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Jacques Pitteloud  Meet Switzerland’s new man in Washington 

Switzerland’s incoming ambassador to the United States Jacques Pitteloud talks about his priorities and how he sees his post.

embassies and consulates A summer stroll through Bern’s diplomatic quarters

The Swiss capital is home to nearly 100 foreign embassies and consulates. These are some of their most striking facades and interesting stories.

Studying Switzerland Why an Australian scientist is finding out more about Lake Geneva 

Iconic Lake Geneva is a “fascinating open-air laboratory”, says Australian researcher Andrew Barry.

Racist swiss scientist Should urban planning be politically correct?

Is a Swiss debate over a racist scientist helping us to re-think public spaces? 

Creating jobs  Huawei plans big R&D investment in Switzerland 

Chinese telecoms giant Huawei plans to invest heavily in research in Switzerland, creating some 1,000 jobs, it says. 

This content was published on May 24, 2019 9:01 AM

Finding good wells Swiss project gets water flowing to massive refugee camp

In a refugee camp, one of the first challenges is water, but a methodology developed in Switzerland has quadrupled a Ugandan camp’s water supply.

Women in politics Can Switzerland learn from Rwanda on gender equality?

Rwanda is ranked sixth in the world by WEF in addressing the gender gap, and Switzerland is 20th. We ask what Switzerland could learn.

Foundation for the future Switzerland moves to boost International Geneva

The government has moved to help bring science and diplomacy together in International Geneva.

This content was published on February 20, 2019 4:57 PM

Laurence Boillat Meet the woman who investigates domestic violence and political assassinations

What’s it like to be an expert investigator on international crimes? We talk to Laurence Boillat, a Swiss prosecutor who likes to get things done. 

Justice delayed Why Switzerland’s war crimes office is dragging its feet

After seven years, Switzerland’s war crimes office still has not completed any cases, while two people wait in detention. What’s behind the inaction? 

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