Familie Koller lieferte das Ferkel für
Schweizer IllustrierteFamilie Koller lieferte das Ferkel für Doris LeuthardSchweizer Illustrierte... etwas kritisiert hatte. «Nachdem ich mit ihnen gesprochen hatte, bekamen meine Frau und ich dann aber einen Apfel aus dem Kofferraum ihres Kombis.» Anders war es Joseph Deiss, 71, im Jahr zuvor ergangen: «Ihm hatten sie Mist vors Haus geworfen.» ...and more »
Posted on 13 October 2017 | 3:13 am
Comme un vieux désir d'Europe - Le Courrier
Comme un vieux désir d'EuropeLe CourrierEn 2001, lors du débat au Parlement sur l'initiative populaire «Oui à l'Europe», notre ministre des Affaires étrangères, Joseph Deiss, estimait que notre adhésion était une «fatalité historique». On eût pu souhaiter des propos plus stimulants et une ...
Posted on 13 October 2017 | 1:21 am
Ab nach Moskau! - BLICK.CH
BLICK.CHAb nach Moskau!BLICK.CHDamals 2001 unter Enzo Trossero passierte es. Es ist das Jahr der Anschläge auf das World Trade Center, des Swissair-Groundings und im Bundesrat sitzen Kaspar Villiger, Ruth Dreifuss, Moritz Leuenberger, Pascal Couchepin, Ruth Metzler, Joseph Deiss ...
Posted on 6 October 2017 | 2:51 pm
Der linke Macho - Basler Zeitung
Basler ZeitungDer linke MachoBasler ZeitungAls die CVP 2003 einen Sitz abgeben musste, half die SP, Ruth Metzler aus dem Bundesrat zu entfernen, indem sie Joseph Deiss bevorzugte. 2011 hat sie FDP-Kandidatin Karin Keller-Sutter übergangen und stattdessen Johann Schneider-Ammann gewählt ...and more »
Posted on 2 October 2017 | 8:13 am
Steigende Ausgaben, unklarer Nutzen - Basler
Basler ZeitungSteigende Ausgaben, unklarer NutzenBasler ZeitungDie CVP-Aussenminister Flavio Cotti und Joseph Deiss haben in den Neunzigerjahren bei der Entwicklungszusammenarbeit auf einem hohen Niveau geringere Budgetsteigerungen zugelassen. Mit ihrem Amtsantritt von 2003 änderte Micheline Calmy-Rey ...and more »
Posted on 27 September 2017 | 2:50 am
Leadership: 10 tips for choosing an academic
Clear and realistic expectations are key to successfully hiring heads of departments, say professor Pierre-Alain Clavien, University of Zurich, and Joseph Deiss, former president of the Swiss Confederation, in a commentary in Nature magazine.
Posted on 19 March 2015 | 6:29 am
10 Tips For Choosing An Academic Dean
Clear and realistic expectations are key to successfully hiring heads of departments, say Professor Pierre-Alain Clavien, University of Zurich, and Joseph Deiss, former President of the Swiss Confederation, in a commentary in Nature magazine. Selecting a ...
Posted on 26 March 2015 | 6:00 pm
Leadership: Ten tips for choosing an
Agree what is needed, look for leaders with fire in their belly and emotional intelligence, and support them, advise Pierre-Alain Clavien and Joseph Deiss. The academic world has changed greatly in recent decades, so demands on its leaders have too.
Posted on 17 March 2015 | 10:00 am
Contemporary forms of slavery
Under resolution A/RES/46/122 of 17 December 1991, the General Assembly established the UN Voluntary Trust Fund on Contemporary Forms of Slavery to help victims ... 65th session of the General Assembly Joseph Deiss, at the launch of the United Nations ...
Posted on 8 December 2011 | 1:40 am
Ahmadinejad United Nations Speech: Full Text
Ahmadinejad made a number of points about the United States ... I have the pleasure to express my sincere thanks to H.E. Joseph Deiss, president of the sixty-fifth session for his tremendous efforts during his tenure. I also would like to congratulate ...
Posted on 22 September 2011 | 5:08 am
UN welcomes South Sudan as 193rd member
South Sudan is the first country to join the UN body since Montenegro in 2006, and the day was described by assembly president Joseph Deiss as a "historic and joyous moment". "Welcome, welcome South Sudan to the community of nations," said UN Secretary ...
Posted on 14 July 2011 | 2:51 am
Resolved Question: What is the name of the
who is the president of uno
Posted on 5 January 2011 | 12:05 pm
Resolved Question: Why has the U.N. been
Why do THEY need to be able to govern individual country's economies? Isn't this a dangerous precedent? WHo would be foolish enough to let the U.N. hold sway over their country's economy?
the address of the Swiss president of the General Assembly, Joseph Deiss, who said on Thursday at the opening of the annual gathering of world leaders in New York that it was time for the United Nations to "comprehensively fulfill its global governance role."
Deiss suggested the world body should get more involved in economic and financial issues and not leave them solely in the hands of forums like the Group of 20 club of key developed and developing nations.
Posted on 28 September 2010 | 9:20 am
Resolved Question: Why do we speak of united
...make all possible efforts to derange all other nations? What really is nation--is it made of geography or politics? Why then geography books do not speak of nation but shows territories only? If politics is united nation, then why do we have so many different politics that never agree with one another? If man cannot answer manmade events, then what really is education, research and development? Are education, research and development made of silence against pointed questions? Philosophy is search of highest truth. We mix up lower truths and that is how we pass away life lime with arguments and discussions. The highest truth is neither two nor three or more. The highest is the onlyiest true answer and that is where we never arrive.
We have forgotten that root definition of philosophy. Philosophy is neither logic nor argument. If that were the case, man would have long found the philosophical truth via logic. Logic is always finite that fails to answer the absolute. So, I only leave a clue--all natural motions in this universe is a circular truth and not linear. Scientists cal it simple harmonic motion. The projected oscillation creates the linear function and thus, the linear function is a derivative of the circular function. So, the linear law is lower truth and the circular law is a higher truth. But the story do not end there, the circular law is derived from spherical law. All natural energy radiation are always spherical. The Coulomb's law correlates the radial distance and the spherical event horizon. Recall your experience of watching any sound, heat, light radiation and you will realize they are always spherical indeed. So, the absolute truth is a far cry from linear law!
Posted on 2 September 2010 | 11:17 pm