Dr. Cohen is Executive Vice President of the National Organization of Physicians Who Care, based in San Antonio, Texas.
by Robert Barwick
Southwest Pacific Blows Up.
Who Foresaw the Pyongyang Summit?
Proceedings of the historic Bad Schwalbach international conference of the Schiller Institute and International Caucus of Labor Committees.
by Dino de Paoli
Dino de Paoli sets the stage, with a discussion of cybernetics (information) as opposed to actual human creative thought.
by Jonathan Tennenbaum
Jonathan Tennenbaum recounts the war between the Romantic formalists in music, such as Jean-Philippe Rameau, and the Classical tradition of Bach and his successors. It comes down to the fundamentals of epistemology, as understood by the great astronomer Johannes Kepler—on whose work Bach’s was directly based.
From the discussion following Panel I.
by Anno Hellenbroich
Anno Hellenbroich discusses a Leibnizian view of the discoveries of Bach and Mozart.
by Prof. Yelena Vyazkova
Prof. Yelena Vyazkova, a musicologist from the Gnesin Academy of Music in Moscow, traces Bach’s process of creative discovery, as revealed by her thirty years of study of his sketchbooks and manuscripts.
by Ortrun Cramer
Ortrun Cramer demonstrates how Ludwig van Beethoven drew upon Bach’s breakthroughs, to make his own.
From the discussion following Panel II.
by Marcia Merry Baker
The central bankers’ Bank for International Settlements warned that the U.S. financial system is heading for a “hard landing,” but Wall Street gurus still say, “What, me worry?”
Documentation: Excerpts from the BIS Annual Report.
by William Engdahl
by Richard Freeman
The hyperinflationary spiral that is now hitting the world financial system, as a result of the insane moves of U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan and Treasury Secretary Lawrence Summers, is governed by the identical underlying principle, and will soon have the same devastating effect, as the hyperinflation which ravaged Weimar Germany starting in 1922, and reached gale force from March through November 1923.
by Kathy Wolfe
“This could be a good time for Asia to stand up,” one South Korean Finance Ministry official said, underlining that a new level of cooperation between the two Koreas, and also with China and Japan, was at the heart of the exciting new developments.
by Dean Andromidas
The real threat to peace comes from the Anglo-American faction which is responding in desperation to the collapse of the global financial system, and is threatening to strike out against the so-called “rogue states” Iran or Iraq.
by Jeffrey Steinberg
by Edward Spannaus
by Lawrence K. Freeman
by Michele Steinberg
A lying, slanderous letter by Democratic National Committee Chairman Joe Andrew has been sent out in order to officially disqualify all of the LaRouche delegates who were elected in the Presidential campaign primaries and caucuses. The Gore machine is panicking, as it becomes increasingly obvious that their candidate is heading for defeat in November, should he become the Democratic Party’s nominee in August.
An interview with Dr. Stephen C. Cohen.
by Philip Valenti
A profile of Gov. Tom Ridge, who is considered a likely Vice-Presidential running mate for Texas Gov. George W. Bush.
by Carl Osgood