Die Weltwoche

Die Weltwoche (German for "The World Week") is a Swiss weekly magazine based in Zürich. Founded in 1933, it has been privately owned by Roger Köppel since 2006. The magazine's regular columnists include the former president of the Social Democratic Party of Switzerland, Peter Bodenmann, as well as Christoph Mörgeli MP, a leading figure of the right wing of the nationalist Swiss People's Party, and cultural and social commentator Alexander, Count von Schönburg-Glauchau. The magazine's editorial stance under Köppel is considered to range between economic liberalism and conservatism - regularly along the lines of the Swiss People's Party as critics allege. ()

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