Foreign Policy — Switzerland Goes Rogue. Is it still possible for a country to be neutral?

No place in Europe has clung to an anachronistic, airbrushed image longer than Switzerland. The country’s oddly entrenched reputation for pristine and inviolable “neutrality” has left it ostensibly so removed from the normal give-and-take of international politics that for many Americans the place could pretty much be summed up with the sugary, beyond-politics appeal of Nestlé chocolate.

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