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Davos, host village of the World Economic Forum

Davos, these days host of the annual World Economic Forum for the 40th time. Normally, competition has been a major focus of the WEF. I’m happy to see that global cooperation and transformation is on the WEF agenda this year.

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UN Geneva

The UN building is imposing (just a tiny bit of it is seen here), the hallways long and humming with activity. More often than not, the hallways and the delegates salons are where important discussions take place, disagreements sorted out, compromises made.

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Walking across borders

I love walking across borders and try to do that whenever I can. It’s still fun in Africa – say, between South Africa and Lesotho, or Asia, even between USA and Mexico or any place where borders still mean something. Sadly (in a nostalgic sense, that is), this is no longer the case in Europe. […]

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Stein-am-Rhein – Stories on Walls

One Sunday morning in September, I found myself with an entire day completely open before a late night flight from Zurich. Idly leafing through a book about Lake Constance in a kiosk, the page for Stein-am-Rhein just popped open. I had never heard the name before, but knew immediately I had to see it. So […]

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Border bridge: Liechtenstein and Switzerland

Border bridge: Liechtenstein to the left, Switzerland to the right. I jump: Liechtenstein, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Switzerland…

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Zurich – a night on the town

I quite like Zurich. It’s a good city to visit – just the right size. Never mind the smell of money.

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