by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. addresses the question posed by Prof. Wilhelm Hankel, respecting the return from the collapsing system of the euro to national currencies such as the deutschemark. “There are much deeper issues of scientific method involved,” he writes, “in what that seemingly relatively simple question implies.”
by Paul Gallagher
The same White House which has exhaustively mounted a desperate bully pulpit trying to undo 70 years of Social Security, has done nothing more to revive nuclear power, than occasionally to indicate its generally favorable views on the subject.
by Marsha Freeman
Power Engineers Supporting Truth (PEST) has released an explosive report which affirms what EIR has uniquely been saying: that “deregulation and the concomitant restructuring of the electric power industry in the U.S. have had a devastating effect on the reliability of North American power systems, and constitute the ultimate root cause of the Aug. 14, 2003 blackout.”
by Richard Freeman
by Mary Jane Freeman and Richard Freeman
by Carl Osgood
The Base Closure and Realignment Commission (BRAC) approved most of the Pentagon’s recommendations, including the most egregious real estate scam: the shutdown of Walter Reed Army Medical Center, and the removal of a massive amount of Pentagon office space out of one section of Northern Virginia, into another.
by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach
Helga Zepp-LaRouche, the Chancellor candidate of Germany’s Civil Rights Movement Solidarity party (BüSo), joined with Col. Jürgen Hübschen (ret.), a former military attaché at the German Embassy in Baghdad, in a Berlin forum on “Requirements for German Foreign Policy.”
by Helga Zepp-LaRouche
The candidate’s television ad for the Sept. 18 Federal elections.
Interview with Prof. Anton Giulio de’Robertis.
by Rachel Douglas
President Vladimir Putin took the opportunity of his participation in Russian strategic force maneuvers Aug. 17, to state bluntly his opposition to the increasing readiness to use nuclear weapons.
by Gretchen Small
President Lula, besieged by corruption scandals, should tell Brazilians and the world the truth of why their country is under attack. Which, after all, is more bankrupt: the Brazilian government, or the global financial system to which it is indebted? Why not join the fight for a New Bretton Woods?
Professor de’Robertis teaches the History of Treaties and International Relations at the University of Bari, Italy, and is senior analyst at the National Research Center in Rome. He is the author of several books on President Franklin Delano Roosevelt.