Volume 29, Number 50, December 27, 2002


‘New Silk Road’ Party Wins Korean Presidency  

by Kathy Wolfe

The election of Roh Moo-hyun as President of South Korea was a victory for the New Silk Road and Eurasian Land-Bridge. Like outgoing President Kim Dae-jung, he has criticized demands for sanctions and other confrontations with North Korea, coming from the minority “Utopian” faction in Washington, while making it clear that he also rejects mindless anti-Americanism.

Korea and World Peace

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Challenges Ahead for Korean Foreign Policy  

by Dr. Kim Sang-woo

Build Eurasian Railroads To Fuel Economic Progress

by Marcia Merry Baker

An interview with Dr. Hal Cooper.

Korean Rail Expert: ‘For the Era of the Iron Silk Road’


Italy Offers EU an Initiative for Infrastructure Development

by Claudio Celani

Economics Minister Tremonti calls for a “neo-Colbertist” economic approach, while the Italian government proposes the construction of infrastructure corridors across the countries that want to join the European Union.

LaRouches Speak to Berlin Seminar

German Economy’s Chance That Won’t Come Again

by Rainer Apel

Argentina Crisis Now Hits IMF, World Bank  

by Cynthia R. Rush

Airlines All Descending Into the Maelstrom?

by Anita Gallagher

Great Water Project To Change Face of China

by Mary Burdman

Malaysia Demands Japan Regain Economic Lead

by Dr. Mahathir bin Mohamad

National Economy

Germany and the Lautenbach Plan: Can We Learn From History?  

by Helga Zepp-LaRouche

How a dramatic change in economic policy during Weimar Germany could have stopped Hitler’s rise to power. Helga Zepp-LaRouche addresses a cadre school of the LaRouche Youth Movement in Copenhagen.

The Startling American Revolution of Henry Clay and Mathew Carey

by Anton Chaitkin

Leading figures of the American System of political-economy acted outside the confines of the existing, paralyzed, political party system, with a program to save the nation.


Hungary in Crisis: LaRouche Offers New Bretton Woods

by Elisabeth Hellenbroich

How To Reconstruct a Bankrupt World  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Address to a conference of the Schiller Institute in Budapest.

The Science of Physical Economy Today

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Speech to a workshop on “The World Economy in Crisis: Need for a New Bretton Woods,” at a conference at the Ministry of Finance, organized by the Committee on Finance of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, in cooperation with the Schiller Institute and the Hungarian Economic Association.


Israel Elections: Sharon May Sink in Likud Money Scandals  

by Dean Andromidas

Israeli police have opened an official investigation into the internal Likud elections for the party’s list of candidates for the next Knesset (parliament). Four party officials were arrested, amid reports of cash payoffs, vote manipulation by organized crime elements, and kickbacks.

Documents Show Israeli Hand in Phony Al-Qaeda, Hezbollah, and Hamas

Hindu Hard-Liners Win Big in India’s Gujarat

by Ramtanu Maitra

Putin Welcomes India Into Central Asia

by Ramtanu Maitra

Australia: Frantic Crown Launches New Attacks on LaRouche

by Allen Douglas


‘Southern Strategy’ Sinking, With Gore and Lott’s Careers

by Nancy Spannaus and Jeffrey Steinberg

As Senate Majority Leader Trent Lott resigns, it is not just the Republican Party which is set for a change, but the entire economic and political apparatus which has taken over, and nearly destroyed, the United States over the past 30-35 years.

Black State Legislators Hear LaRouche Spokesmen

by Rochelle Ascher

A report from the annual conference of the National Black Caucus of State Legislators.

LaRouche To Make State of the Union Webcast  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Studies Show Violent Videos Damage Brain

by Don Phau


Hal Cooper

Dr. Cooper, a transportation expert from Seattle, recently presented a paper to an international railroad conference at the Siberian State Transportation University in Novosibirsk.

John P. Murray

Professor of Developmental Psychology at Kansas State University.



Taking On the “Inevitable.”