A round table discussion held in Moscow on April 24, co-chaired by Academician Leonid Abalkin and Academician Gennadi Osipov.
Candidate for the U.S. Democratic Party’s Presidential nomination.
Deputy director of the Institute for the World Economy and International Relations (IMEMO) of the Russian Academy of Sciences.
President in Mexico of the Ibero-American Solidarity Movement, founded in 1992.
Member of the EIR European Economics staff.
Head of the Banking and Financial Policy Center at the Institute of Economics, Russian Academy of Sciences.
Author of large-scale infrastructural programs for the Schiller Institute and director of the Fusion Energy Forum in Germany.
Former finance minister of the U.S.S.R. (1989-91) and former prime minister (1991).
President of the Schiller Institute for Science and Culture in Moscow.
Member of the Plekhanov Russian Economic Academy.
President of the “New Thinking” Academy.
Director of the independent agency, Socio-Economic Programs, Prognoses, and Alternatives (SEPPA).
Member of the Africa Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences.
Head of the Institute of Economics of the Russian Academy of Sciences and a leader of the Free Economic Society.
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
Reviews Pragmatic Gradualism: Reform Strategy for Russia, the proceedings of an Economic Transition Group seminar.
by Sergei Glazyev
From Sergei Glazyev’s 1996 report to the Scientific Council of the Central Mathematical-Economics Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences. He is chairman of the Democratic Party of Russia.
by Anthony K. Wikrent and Marcia Merry Baker
About one of every 20 farmers in the U.S. corn belt is threatened with being completely wiped out by the unprecedented increase in corn prices.
A Managed Depression Is No Recovery.
by Mark Burdman
The French President’s diplomacy is directly related to new judicial moves against former Presidential candidate Jacques Cheminade and other friends of Lyndon LaRouche in France.
by Jeffrey Steinberg
The radical free marketeers of the Mont Pelerin Society have taken temporary control over the U.S. Senate, as well as the House of Representatives.