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You are visiting the new Web site of the Swiss LSE Alumni Association (http://www.slseaa.ch) launched on 1 January 2016. This site is maintained in parallel to the old Web site of the Association (http://www.slseaa2.ch), set up in 1998. Once the hundreds of pages and graphics of the old site have been migrated and adapted to this new site, the old site will be switched off. Employing the latest Web technologies, our new site has a clean layout and better readable typography, enhanced by lovingly crafted details and subdued effects. Video streaming, first deployed last year, is fully integrated. The site dynamically adapts to different display sizes, from PC monitors to smartphones. Feel free to browse and use. Would you like to see specific features in our new Web site. E-mail your wishes and comments to the Secretary General of the Swiss LSE Alumni Association, Marcel Bigger.

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Special Visit to the Opening of Parliament

Monday, 27 February 2017 Berne 14:00 - 17:00 (21:00)
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Switzerland developed over the centuries from a collection of different alliances to a confederation of states and finally to the federal state we know today. Its national borders and neutrality were established and recognized internationally in 1815. Its political system dates back to the Federal Constitution of 1848. Since then the powers of the federal government, political rights and political diversity have increased significantly. We will attend the eventful first day of the Spring session of Parliament.

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Membership Journal "Foreign Affairs"

We believe it important to reflect on international relations and the big issues of our day. Hence, we have chosen the leading publication in the field, "Foreign Affairs", as our new membership journal. You will receive the 6 annual issues for free as part of your membership in the Swiss LSE Alumni Association.

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