As a neutral country, Switzerland has long offered its services—“good offices”—to nations in conflict. Such services range from providing a negotiating venue in Switzerland to initiating contact between the opposing sides and acting as disinterested mediator.
Switzerland’s commitment to humanitarianism is a centuries-old tradition based on the country’s ideals of neutrality and individual freedom. Read this month's briefing to learn more!
Can the Swiss system of vocational education and training serve as a model for the U.S.? It already does!