Swiss Review

The «Swiss Review» is the only medium to reach all Swiss Abroad households, providing them with information about Switzerland and keeping them up to date about Swiss current affairs. It reports on issues which interest Swiss Abroad and strengthens their ties with the home country. Special emphasis is given to politics, so that Swiss citizens living abroad can exercise their voting rights in a responsible and informed manner. Because it contains government information and announcements, the «Swiss Review» also serves as a binding official publication organ. The «Swiss Review» is denominationally and politically neutral. It is published by the OSA in Bern, which receives government funding for the publication. Edited to 415'000 copies, it is distributed to all Swiss Abroad registered with a Swiss representation and to individual subscribers.

 

Swiss Review

 

 

switch to the digital edition

 

The cost-saving measures of the federal government also affect its publications. In order to save printing and distribution cost, we encourage you to switch to the digital edition.

 

Please support us in saving costs and switch to the digital edition!

 

If you would like to subscribe to the «Swiss Review» in electronic form, please register here.

 

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By switching to the digital version, you also benefit from the following advantages:

 

  • Earlier available = more recent information
  • Access to all regional sections and to the archive (since 2009)
  • All languages available: English, Spanish, German, French
  • Interactive – comment articles
  • Send articles or share them on Facebook, Twitter, and XING
  • Protect the environment
  • Safe printing and distribution cost to hopefully maintain 6 editions of the «Swiss Review» magazine per year.

 

 


 

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