by Rainer Apel
Production, instead of speculation.
by Ramtanu Maitra
Indo-Russian ties get a boost.
by Michael J. Sharp
SAS trains mercenaries to smash unions.
A rail emergency—in the United States.
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. analyzes the failures of today’s economists (and astrophysicists). Unlike the usual statistical projections of future events, the economic forecasts made by LaRouche have succeeded by identifying a characteristic “curvature” of economic processes, in the sense of “curvature” associated with the work of Carl Gauss and Bernhard Riemann. This curvature shows us, that continuation of currently prevailing policies must lead toward catastrophe, unless a specified change in axiomatic assumptions of policymaking were introduced during a certain estimable range of time available.
by Marcia Merry Baker
When U.S. Treasury Secretary Robert Rubin said he wouldn’t spend a nickel to bail out private creditors, banks got a Christmas present they didn’t much appreciate.
Documentation: Excerpts from Rubin’s blacked-out press conference.
by Mary Burdman
China’s leaders at the very highest level met at a Central Financial Work Conference in Beijing, to ready China to meet the financial crisis sweeping the globe.
by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach
by Helga Zepp-LaRouche
“There is no question, that we are living today in an ongoing, unprecedented crisis of civilization,” Helga Zepp LaRouche told a Schiller Institute conference in Germany. “The most horrifying aspect of what is unfolding in front of our eyes every day, is the incredible blindness of almost everybody in positions of power, in positions of government, about the approaching monstrosity—that which we can feel and see on the horizon, which is coming, and to which the governments are blinding themselves, and are not reacting.”
by Václav Havel
A speech by Paul Ssemogerere, president of the Democratic Party of Uganda.
by Jonathan Tennenbaum
Jonathan Tennenbaum reports on a seminar of eastern European, Asian, and other activists, with Lyndon LaRouche, on the world economic and political crisis.
by Bi Jiyao, Ph.D.
A paper by Bi Jiyao, Ph.D., entitled “The History and Current Status of Economic Reform in China.”
by Haik Babookhanian
From a speech by Haik Babookhanian, a member of the Presidium of the Union of Constitutional Rights of Armenia.
by Joseph Brewda
The attack on the British for safehousing terrorists is spreading throughout the Islamic world.