by Rainer Apel
The German government is considering a three-year crash program for the creation of 1 million new jobs in infrastructure development—just the approach that Helga Zepp-LaRouche has called for in her campaign for the Chancellorship. The program would be funded by special bonds issued by the KfW Reconstruction Bank.
by Claudio Celani
Bypassing the budget constraints of the European Union, Italy’s new agency, Infrastrutture SpA, will sell state-guaranteed bonds, on the model of Germany’s Kreditanstalt für Wiederaufbau (KfW).
by Uwe Friesecke
Breakthrough agreements were achieved in July with respect to the wars in Sudan and in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. But behind them lies an attempt to cajole African leaders into accepting an arrangement by which the West continues to have unlimited access to Africa’s raw materials, without providing in return the necessary means for Africa’s own development.
by Gretchen Small
The IMF’s $30 billion bailout package will solve nothing—it’s like throwing paper at a forest fire. LaRouche tells what should be done on an emergency basis.
by Linda Everett
Part 3 of a series on “The Other Security Risk.”
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
Analyzes the ideological ancestry of such wretches as Michael Steinhardt, the Wall Street con-artist who founded the Democratic Leadership Council (DLC) and funds Sen. Joe Lieberman’s political aspirations.
by Stuart Rosenblatt
The name of the late President Harry S Truman is being dredged up once again to justify American military action in the Middle East and the creation of a Department of Homeland Security in the United States. It is important to set the record straight on this disastrous Presidency.
by William Jones
by Marjorie Mazel Hecht
The legacy of this Russian secret-police head is still very much alive, 100 years later, in the ongoing Israel-Palestine conflict.
by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach
Judging by the President’s statements regarding his commitment to “regime change” in Baghdad, and his calls to Iranian student protesters to overthrow their government, it appears that whoever is scripting his foreign policy positions, has put the two Persian Gulf giants in one pot, and turned up the fire.
by Michael Billington
by Claudio Celani
by Mark Burdman
The drive toward war has triggered quantitative and qualitative opposition to what growing numbers in Europe, the Arab world, and the United States itself, perceive as an insane adventure that would trigger incalculable consequences in the Near East/Gulf and beyond, and do enormous damage to the already dysfunctional world economy.
by Marla Minnicino and Rochelle Ascher
Important victories in the LaRouche’s 5 million-leaflet mobilization: LaRouche Democrat Kerry Lowry won a Democratic primary for Michigan House of Representatives, and Joseph Barrera came close to winning a State Senate Democratic primary, with 48% of the vote. A sign of the times!
A secret meeting of the Defense Policy Board, which is run by suspected Israeli agent Richard Perle, unleashed a certain Laurent Murawiec, now employed by the RAND Corp., to foam at the mouth and call for war on Saudi Arabia. Therein hangs a tale.
by Nancy Spannaus
by Carl Osgood
Antidote to the ‘Get Saudi’ Madness.