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The magazine "Africa explored and colonised", published in Geneva between 1879 and 1894, can also be consulted online at the site of the Swiss National Library.

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Geneva’s early double standards on colonialism

This content was published on Following the example of several European cities, Geneva is also reviewing its historical links to colonialism. But a new exhibition shows that some of the most offensive expansionist behaviour came from humanitarian icons.

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This content was published on In the news on Thursday: naturalisation and polarisation.

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How can democracy be enhanced in schools

How can we improve democracy education to better prepare students for civic engagement?

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Hashim Djojohadikusumo, pictured here in 2019 in Jakarta, the Indonesian capital, owes CHF131 million ($145 million) to the Geneva tax authorities.

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Swiss tax dispute taints Indonesian politics

This content was published on An Indonesian businessman and former Geneva resident claims bankruptcy after financing his brother’s political campaigns. But what about electoral laws?

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Is Geneva still the capital of peace?

This content was published on As multilateral diplomacy and Swiss neutrality come under pressure, Geneva’s reputation as a place of peace is also at risk.

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