by Robert Barwick and Allen Douglas
Machine-tool industry disappears.
by Javier Almario
Another Colombian narco-financier falls.
No strategic blunder in Peru.
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
Lyndon and Helga LaRouche were the featured speakers at a conference in Rome, where policymakers and leaders of Italy’s state sector industry came to map plans to bring the world out of the worst financial collapse in history. Beginning with Lyndon LaRouche, we present the speeches and papers addressed to the conference.
by Publio Fiori
Publio Mori is national coordinator of Italy’s National Alliance party.
by Helga Zepp-LaRouche
by Fortunato Covelli
Fortunato Covelli is public relations officer for Strait of Messina, Inc.
by Alberto Servidio
Alberto Servidio is former director of the Development Fund for the Mezzogiorno.
by Giorgio Vitangeli
The editor in chief of Finanza Italiana details the dangerous growth of speculative capital.
by John Hoefle
These predators are launching an assault on the nation’s sovereign right to protect the general welfare.
by Kathy Wolfe
The newly formed Reinventing Bretton Woods Committee, backed by Wall Street investment firms and the raw materials cartels, wants to get rid of governments, and even junk “all the old Bretton Woods institutions.”
by Marcia Merry Baker
by Anton Chaitkin
Following the Civil War, Lincoln’s ally Henry C. Carey launched a bold program for economic development of sovereign nation-states, which included making a strong Germany America’s partner in world development; industrializing Russia and China and criss-crossing them with rail lines; worldwide electrification, and more.
by Graham and Pam Lowry
The military and philosophical mobilization directed by our Founding Fathers produced an engine of development which powered the United States, and inspired other republics, for generations.
by William Jones
Russian Finance Minister Count Sergei Witte, who built the 5,800-mile-long Trans-Siberian Railroad, was steeped in the economic thinking of America’s founders.
by Jeffrey Steinberg
The fanatical prime minister is being compared to fascist Vladimir Jabotinsky, whose hatred of Arabs earned him the nickname among Jews of “Vladimir Hitler.”
by Silvia Palacios
EIR presented the Portuguese translation of The Plot to Annihilate the Armed Forces and the Nations of Ibero-America, at Rio’s Military Club.
Documentation: Excerpts of the speech by Rear Adm. Sergio Tasso Villar de Aquino, and greetings from political prisoners Col. Mohamed Alí Seineldín of Argentina and Gen. Manuel Antonio Noriega of Panama.
by David Ramonet
by Jeffrey Steinberg
Don’t believe the press lies. Remarked Lyndon LaRouche: “The agreements announced this week in Moscow are a key part of what we have been working on for some time.... At a point when many things in the world are going badly, this is very good news.”
by Carl Osgood