The president of the Lombardy region in Italy speaks about his recent visit to Iraq.
The president of the Union of Constitutional Rights, a longtime friend of the LaRouche movement, has been elected to the Parliament of Armenia.
by Robert Barwick
The bubble will soon pop.
by Rainer Apel
German diplomacy pays off.
by Linda de Hoyos
More massacres in the Kivus.
Even the BIS is worried.
by Richard Freeman
Under the parasitic “managed care” insurance system, the Hill-Burton Act’s high standard of health care, established in 1946, is being replaced with Auschwitz methods of cost-accounting.
by Linda Everett
Market-driven “reforms” have forced hospitals to replace registered nurses with untrained “aides.” Are you feeling better, now?
by Manuel Hidalgo
by William Engdahl
Most of the 360 million people within the European Union are unaware that the tiny handful of people who ultimately determine policy concerning their economic well-being, do so with no accountability to the citizenry.
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
“The British monarchy and that monarchy’s American lackeys ... were prepared to go to extremes to launch this war, and are prepared, if permitted, to go to extremes in their efforts to prevent U.S. President Bill Clinton from bringing it to the truly peaceful conclusion which he proposed in his San Francisco address,” LaRouche writes. “My subject in this report, is the issues of global economic policy posed by any serious effort to conduct ‘A New Marshall Plan’ of economic reconstruction in the region of southeastern Europe.”
by Jeffrey Steinberg
The peace accords are resting on a very fragile foundation, and the key now is to move swiftly with a reconstruction program—and to outflank the inevitable geopolitical counterattack by the British oligarchy.
by Mark Burdman
by Ortrun Cramer
LaRouche’s co-thinkers are the only party talking about the opportunity for hope after the Balkans war.
New signers on the Schiller Institute’s call for a “Marshall Plan” for the Balkans.
by Mary Burdman
The assault on Iraq, and Blair’s bloodthirsty pursuit of the bombing against Yugoslavia, and his relentless demands for a ground invasion, have done much to expose London’s strategic aims to China’s leaders.
by Scott Thompson and Jeffrey Steinberg
The ouster of Russian Prime Minister Yevgeny Primakov was the product of a secret meeting at New York’s Four Seasons restaurant.
by Joseph Brewda
An interview with Roberto Formigoni.
An interview with Hrant Khachatrian.
by Uwe Friesecke
Olusegun Obasanjo has been sworn in as the new President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.
by Nancy Spannaus
The Republican-controlled Congress has passed two resolutions toeing the British line against reconstruction. But policy has not yet been decided, and, as the LaRouche movement has been emphasizing, a Marshall Plan-style program for the Balkans must become the catalyst for shifting the world away from the momentum toward World War III, and toward building a new world monetary system, based on infrastructure development.
by Jeffrey Steinberg
Demands for better U.S. relations with China dominated a seminar in Washington hosted by the Cato Institute.
by Mark Calney
Robertson’s plans to establish a U.S. telephone-based bank with the Bank of Scotland have fallen through.