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Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr., candidate for the Democratic Party Presidential nomination, gave this webcast speech in Washington, D.C. on Dec. 12. "If I were the President of the United States, right now, with the people I know in Europe and various other places, and I called for an emergency conference of heads of government and state, on the question of monetary reform, they would come on the next plane. And we would have something worked out, on an emergency basis, to control this crisis, within the next 48-72 hours."
The second in a series: Ten Democratic Presidential candidates compared, on "The Collapse of the World Economic System, and What To Do About It."
Official circles in Europe, like those in America, act outwardly as if everything were in good order. But in private discussion, they express alarm and helplessness in the face of the global financial and currency crisis, which more and more now is depressing economic activity in Europe.
Foreign Investment Fell Sharply
Mexico: Patriotism Wins a
Victory Over Populism
What's Holding Back a
A guest commentary by Jim Muckerheide, the State Nuclear Engineer for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
LaRouche's Iraq Exit Strategy
Under Scrutiny in Arab World
Lyndon LaRouche's policy paper "Restore Iraq's Constitution" has been widely reported and explained in the Mideast press during the first two weeks of December, including in Iraq. Documentation: An interview with LaRouche in the Dubai newspaper Al-Bayan.
Speeches by Indonesian Foreign Minister Hassan Wirayuda; and by Shirin Ebadi, the Iranian fighter for civil and human rights, especially those of women in the Islamic world, as she accepted the 2003 Nobel Peace Prize.
Korean Monthly Features
LaRouche, Silk Road
Neo-Cons Work Overtime
To Divide Europe
Sharon Peace Maneuvers
To Avoid Prison?
Asian Nations Celebrate
30 Years of Cooperation
Brazil's Global Diplomacy Builds
Bridges, But to What?
The Road in Afghanistan Is Still Torturous
Russia Having `Velvet Revolution,' Not Georgia
An interview with Dr. Vakhtang Goguadze.
With scandals building about his company feeding rotten food to American soldiers in Iraq, Dick Cheney is denouncing journalists and political opponents (guess who?) for "driving him nuts."
Chicken-Hawk Hunts Tame Pheasants
The candidate has so far qualified for the Democratic Party primary ballot in one-third of his campaign's 36 target states.
Ashcroft and His Policies
Are Hit From Many Sides
Dr. Vakhtang Goguadze
Dr. Goguadze is a well-known scientist, author, and politician in Georgia. A former Speaker of Georgia's Parliament and former Deputy Director of Tbilisi State University, he co-authored the Constitution of the Republic. Today, he heads the Georgian-Russian Friendship Association.
The Sharon-Cheney Block