by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
“If the leading U.S. Presidential candidates adopted by the respective Democratic and Republican Party’s conventions are to be selected from among what are the apparently leading prospective candidates of today, you were just in time to enter the sick-room to kiss the existence of the United States goodbye.”
by Jeffrey Steinberg
By the middle of February, military and intelligence sources told EIR, there will be such a concentration of American and Iranian naval equipment in the Persian Gulf, that “a sneeze” could start a conflagration. Just as Dick Cheney wants.
by Nancy Spannaus
by Edward Spannaus
by Rachel Douglas
During Russian President Vladimir Putin’s trip to India, nuclear officials signed a memorandum of understanding on the construction of four additional nuclear reactors at the Koodankulam plant in Tamil Nadu, where Russia’s Atomstroyexport is already building two units. A Russian former nuclear official called this “a step forward in what we call the renaissance of nuclear power.”
An interview with Yuri Gromyko and Yuri Krupnov.
by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach
by Claudio Celani
A leaflet circulated by the LaRouche Youth Movement in Mexico.
by Ramtanu Maitra
By 2020, if all goes according to schedule, India expects to be the world leader in breeder technology. The nuclear fast breeder works on the principle of self-sustenance and the ability to produce more plutonium than it actually consumes to produce power. The next step will be to move to the use of thorium, “the fuel of the future.”
by Rainer Apel
by Creighton C. Jones
A host of neo-conservatives, gathered around the Set American Free Coalition, have joined the “left-wing” greenies at the forefront of the bio-foolery campaign for ethanol.
Testimony presented by EIR to a Hearing on Trade and Globalization, held by the House Ways and Means Committee.
by Michael Kirsch
An open letter from Michael Kirsch, of the LaRouche Youth Movement. Congress should use its Constitutional powers, to deal with the devastating economic problems facing the country, and to stymie the attack on the sovereignty of the United States, using the approach taken by Alexander Hamilton during the Revolutionary War, and later as Treasury Secretary in the nation’s first Administration.
by Mike Billington
Making Globalization Work, by Joseph E. Stiglitz.
Yuri Gromyko, academician of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences and director of the Institute for Advanced Studies, and Yuri Krupnov, who heads Russia’s new Party of Development, spoke at a conference in India during Russian President Putin’s visit.