The Schiller Institute met in Bad Schwalbach, Germany on March 21-23, with international representatives from 45 nations, including 120 LaRouche Youth Movement activists from across Europe.
The Bad Schwalbach Declaration.
Speech by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
Speech by Helga Zepp-LaRouche.
Speech by Academician Vladimir S. Myasnikov of the Institute of Far Eastern Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences.
Will Argentina Take the
In past years, Argentina ignored LaRouche's advice, and stuck with the bankrupt IMF system. As a result, the nation has been brought to its knees, with children dying of starvation. With Presidential elections set for April 27, the time has come for a drastic change.
Airlines Seek Federal Help
To Survive War
The chicken-hawks behind the Iraq war can count among their "Week One" victims, the U.S. airlines and their employees.
A Eurasian Perspective for
UN Focus of Growing Revolt at
Imperial War of Aggression
A growing international alliance of nations recognizes that the war against Iraqand the new U.S. strategic doctrine of pre-emptive unilateral war against perceived adversariesis a severe threat to the world's peace and security. They are demanding that the Anglo-American "coalition" immediately withdraw from Iraq, and return the conflict to the auspices of the United Nations. Documentation: Statements by Russian Foreign Minister Igor Ivanov and Malaysian Prime Minister Dr. Mahathir bin Mohamad.
Amelia Robinson Tours Italy vs. Bush's War
Pakistan's Musharraf Walks a Tightrope
By Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. "At this moment, as I had forewarned you in 1999-2000, we are plunging into a world depression comparable to, but worse than the Herbert Hoover Depression of 1929-1933. As I forewarned you in an address broadcast at the beginning of 2001, new would-be Adolf Hitlers have now appeared, this time inside the U.S.A."
Nazi-like Justification of Aggressive War
Ashcroft Steps Up Secret Surveillance
Utopians' War Plan Goes Awry in Iraq
House Slash-and-Burn `War Budget' Passed
D.C. General Shutdown
Was Thoroughly Corrupt
New evidence of the criminal negligence and corruption involved in the privatization of health services in the District of Columbia two years ago.
Challenging the Democrats'
`War Party' With a Youth Movement1967
An interview with Sen. Eugene McCarthy.
Senator McCarthy served in both the House of Representatives and the Senate. He challenged the incumbent President of his own party, President Lyndon Baines Johnson, for the 1968 Democratic Presidential nomination.
More Chicken-Hawks Must Go