Tag Archives: Switzerland

The Vote Against Immigration: An Error for Switzerland?

The Swiss public recently voted in a referendum to cap immigration into their country. Teona Surmava considers the economic and political fall-out.

The Swiss Referendum: Lessons From the Past for a Better Future

The decision of Swiss voters to disengage from the EU and the speculations of foreign observers about the reasons throw into relief mutual misunderstandings which have deep roots in history. By Jasper Heinzen Nothing illustrates the…

The Swiss Immigration Referendum: Irritation or Catastrophe?

Daniel Schade provides an analysis of the likely consequences for Europe of Switzerland’s recent immigration referendum.