Mr. Kozlov, a member of Russia’s upper house of parliament, the Federation Council, is from Russia’s Jewish Autonomous Republic, near the Russian-Chinese border, and along the route of the Eurasian land-bridge.
A leading advocate for human activity on the Moon discusses the implications of the discovery of water ice on the Moon’s surface.
The Massachusetts state representative was part of the Schiller Institute fact-finding mission to Sudan in September 1996.
The Louisiana state agriculture commissioner explains why he is calling for emergency measures to protect America’s milk supply.
by Rainer Apel
Too fast for slow German bureaucrats?
by Robert Barwick and Allen Douglas
High Court pushes “land rights.”
Trent Lott’s suicide pact.
by Rainer Apel
The January figures released by Germany’s Federal Unemployment Office, are the worst since January 1933. The Second Great Depression has arrived.
by Marianna Wertz
The AFL-CIO president warned other nations not to follow the U.S. embrace of “neo-liberal” policies, that have wrecked the United States and are being forced on poor nations by the IMF.
by Rachel Douglas
Spurred by the Eurasian Land-Bridge, Russia may revive the Baikal-Amur Mainline and the century-old Trans-Siberian Railroad.
An interview with Vladimir A. Kozlov.
by Richard Freeman
The Sunshine State lost more than $270 million to frost damage, when the penny-wise and pound-foolish pundits of fiscal responsibility cut $3 million from the National Weather Service agricultural forecast division.
by Silvia Palacios and Lorenzo Carrasco
by David Ramonet
An interview with Michael B. Duke.
by Helga Zepp-LaRouche
In her speech to the ICLC-Schiller Institute conference in Kiedrich, Germany, last December, Helga Zepp-LaRouche reports that the biggest threat to Britain’s desperate efforts to hang onto its empire in the face of a rapidly collapsing world economy, is the prospect of a community of principle among sovereign nation-states, to create a global economic miracle. This was the vision for a rapprochement between Europe and China, of Gottfried Leibniz, the Jesuit missionary Matteo Ricci and his followers, and China’s Dr. Sun Yat-sen. That vision is what lies behind the Euro-Asian Continental Bridge, now.
by Linda de Hoyos
Museveni, the “blue-eyed darling of the British in East Africa,” has deployed his 100,000-man National Resistance Army in aggressive wars against Sudan and Zaire. But his reception in the United States was not a warm one.
The text of a Jan. 25 statement by the South Sudan Independence Movement.
by Dean Andromidas
Steel workers facing layoff were joined by the families of the victims of Belgium’s notorious pedophile murder ring.
by Konstantin George
Seven out often families suffered major losses in the collapses of this already-poor country’s free-market investment schemes.
by Valerie Rush
After meeting Japan’s prime minister in Canada, the two pledged no concessions to the MRTA narcoterrorists.
by Christina Huth
by Jeffrey Steinberg
Organizing by the LaRouche movement and the labor movement has increased public support for initiatives proposed over a year ago, to end what Sen. Edward Kennedy called the “Quiet Depression.”
by Nancy Spannaus
Eleven embassies, mostly representing Central and East Asia, heard Lyndon and Helga LaRouche present the case for the United States to put its support behind this global development project, detailed in EIR’s 290-page Special Report.
by Marianna Wertz
An interview with Louisiana Commissioner of Agriculture Bobby Odom.
by Edward Spannaus
If the remarks of its new head are any measure, the answer is, yes.
by Carl Osgood