Dr. Blix was Foreign Minister of Sweden during 1978-79, and Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) during 1983-99.
by Rainer Apel
A useful reminder to the Europeans.
A positive strategic shift.
by Anno Hellenbroich
Anno Hellenbroich, executive director of EIR for Germany, opens the proceedings.
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
Keynote speech by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. “We must create a New Bretton Woods, which has all the lessons we learned from the mistakes and successes of the old pre-1958 Bretton Woods rebuilding. We must combine that with a commitment to involve the participation of leading representatives of what we call the Third World, in running the system.’
by Wilhelm Hankel
Speech by Dr. Wilhelm Hankel, professor of economics at Frankfurt University, Germany, and a former board member at the Kreditanstalt für Wiederaufbau and president of the Hessische Landesbank.
by Stanislav Menshikov
Speech by Prof. Stanislav Menshikov of Erasmus University in Rotterdam, a member of the Russian Academy of Sciences, and Director of Research of the Central Mathematical Economics Institute in Moscow.
Discussion following the first conference panel.
by Helga Zepp-LaRouche
Speech by Helga Zepp-LaRouche, founder of the Schiller Institute and its president in Germany.
by Devendra Kaushik
Speech by Prof. Devendra Kaushik of the School for International Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, in New Delhi, and chairman of the Maulana-Adsat Institute for Asian Studies in Calcutta.
by Qian Jing
Speech by Prof. Qian Jing, a member of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, and an expert on Chinese literature and philosophy. He is now working in an advisory capacity on international affairs, and deals with economic development projects in China.
by Natalya Vitrenko
Written remarks submitted by Dr. Natalya Vitrenko, an economist and member of Ukraine’s Parliament from the Progressive Socialist Party of Ukraine, which she leads.
Discussion following the second conference panel.
by Marcia Merry Baker and Linda Everett
The United States ranks no higher than 20th among industrialized nations in infant deaths per 1,000 live births. Where, then, is the “booming economy”?
by Jeffrey Steinberg
British Prime Minister Tony Blair’s mission, to draw President Clinton into a ground war against Serbia, to provoke hostility against Russia, and to set up a “new NATO” as the latest British imperial instrument, failed utterly. Instead, NATO members took up the need for a Marshall Plan for the Balkans.
by Scott Thompson and Mark Burdman
In visits to Chicago and to Capitol Hill, Blair laid out his new imperium.
by Michele Steinberg
by Michele Steinberg
French President Jacques Chirac, German Chancellor Gerhard Schröder, and Italian Prime Minister Massimo D’Alema refused to follow the British lead.
by Edward Spannaus
by Dean Andromidas
by Dean Andromidas and Edward Spannaus
by Mark Burdman
An interview with Dr. Hans Blix.
by Carl Osgood