At the Schiller Institute’s conference in Bad Schwalbach, Germany, LaRouche Youth Movement leaders presented a panel on the intellectual discoveries required to stop the world’s plunge into a Dark Age, and to create, instead, a new Renaissance. Intertwined themes included the historic role of the sublime Joan of Arc, the axiom-busting discoveries of Carl Gauss, and the physical economy of Friedrich List.
by Dr. Nina V. Gromyko
by Areti Demosthenous
by Dennis Small and Richard Freeman
To reconstruct U.S.-Mexican relations on a sane basis, this in-depth economic study proposes the two countries jointly develop the Great American Desert, with water projects, high-speed rail lines and other transportation systems, and power. The conceptual framework for such an ambitious enterprise was provided by the Russian biogeochemist V.I. Vernadsky (1863-1945).
by Marcia Merry Baker
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
LaRouche was interviewed by Hipatia magazine of the Autonomous University of Coahuila, during a visit to Mexico in November 2002.
by Jeffrey Steinberg, Tony Papert, and Barbara Boyd
The “Straussian cabal” of warhawks in and around the Bush Administration is linked to a network of World War II and postwar Nazi collaborators. The central figure in EIR’s investigation is the lifetime collaborator of neo-conservative “godfather” Leo Strauss—the Paris-based Russian emigré, Alexandre Kojève.
by Tony Papert
by Dean Andromidas
by Gail G. Billington
by Rainer Apel
by Ramtanu Maitra
by Paul Gallagher
News of the Federal Election Commission’s April report, showing Lyndon LaRouche with more campaign contributors than any of the nine other Democratic Presidential candidates, has “put the fox among the chickens” in the race for the Democratic nomination.
by Michele Steinberg
by Carl Osgood
by Edward Spannaus
The Economic Question First.