In the few weeks since the immigration referendum, Switzerland has already gotten a taste of the costs that increasing isolation brings.
ST. GALLEN, Switzerland – Missing the train at 6:45 in the morning does not start the day well. The anger with myself, the world and the punctuality of the Swiss train system reaches a new peak.
On Feb. 9 the Swiss are to vote on a constitutional amendment that would impose strict quotas on immigration from European Union countries.
Almira is one of many millions of immigrants who every year cross borders in search of a better life.