Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Switzerland is under serious threat. ” We have been almost completely surrounded by NATO countries for years, ” says federal President Alain Berset. “It is unacceptable. Unless something changes quickly, Switzerland cannot possibly remain a beacon of international law.” It began, according to Berset, with the 1955 NATO expansion with the then West Germany. “Suddenly Germany wanted to make a significant contribution to the security of Europe, and that in our historical sphere of influence, but the accession of Finland now of course only makes the situation more threatening.” To avert the existential threat, Switzerland wants to Ally its neutral neighbors Austria and Liechtenstein. “Soon we hope to conclude a pact in Innsbruck. If that fails, we will unfortunately be forced to invade Liechtenstein.” About the author: Dorian VogtDorian Vogt is the founder of WeeklyNewsReview project and prolific author of many articles here and beyond. His experience is in guiding others is hard to overestimate. His main interests is Zürich city topics. You can't find anyone more in the know about the local news.