Switzerland — one of the most heavily armed countries in Europe — voted to comply with stricter European Union gun laws in a referendum Sunday.
Exit poll suggests they have rejected a plan to give everyone 2,200 euros a month, whether working or not
Switzerland has elected its new cabinet with a noticeable shift to the right. Wine-grower Guy Parmelin from country’s main anti-immigration party
Switzerland, not part of the EU but part of its free-trade and Schengen zones, has long been at the spearpoint of European-wide hesitation about the
Europe’s far-right seems to be a family affair. After the rise of Marine Le Pen in France, now billionaire Christoph Blocher’s billionaire daughter
Switzerland has taken a slide to the right according to political pundits after projections showed the anti-immigration Swiss People’s Party (SVP) is
The new Swiss president faces the tough task of reconciling referendum votes with international commitments
The Swiss National Bank currently faces one of its biggest challenges – Save Our Swiss Gold – a referendum on its gold holdings organised by the
Welcome to Aargau in German-speaking Switzerland. Behind its peaceful landscape and apparent calm lies a burning debate launched by the initiators of
Switzerland will go to the polls on Sunday (May 18) over whether to introduce the world’s highest minimum wage.
The government, business leaders