by Liliana Gorini
Members of the Italian Parliament invited Lyndon LaRouche to speak on “The Upcoming Tasks of the New U.S. Congress.”
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
Discussing the resistance that is growing in the United States to Bush-Cheney policies, LaRouche described his own function as “largely associated with doing the analysis of what the international monetary-financial system is, and to present proposals, and designs, for what we can do to deal with the crisis which is coming on now.”
by Gennaro Migliore
An interview with Sen. Silvana Pisa.
by Rainer Apel
President Putin’s speech was not an attack on the United States at all—indeed, it began by invoking the policies of President Franklin D. Roosevelt. Rather, it was an attack on the perversion of American policy by traitors to the real identity of the U.S.A., and a call for cooperation among nations to solve the world’s problems.
by Vladimir Putin
Substantial excerpts from President Vladimir Putin’s speech at the Munich Conference on Security Policy, Feb. 10, 2007.
by Rachel Douglas
Documentation: Russians Honor FDR’s ‘Historic Immortality’
by Mary Burdman
An interview on The LaRouche Show with French Presidential candidate Jacques Cheminade, joined by LaRouche Youth Movement members Elodie Viennot in Paris and Natalie Lovegren in Leesburg, Virginia.
by Paul Gallagher and Richard Freeman
While an explosion in the hedge funds’ globalized speculative markets was beginning in mid-February, a fight against hedge-fund looting intensified in several European countries,
by Mike Billington
by Marsha Freeman
by Christine Craig
Two epidemiological reports released in the last six months on the extent of XDR-TB—extensively drug resistant tuberculosis—in South Africa, are critical warnings of the global threat of this virtually incurable disease, and also of its “companion” ailments, in particular HIV/AIDS.
by Helga Zepp-LaRouche
by Nancy Spannaus
The House of Representatives’ four-day debate on President Bush’s war in Iraq, which concluded with a decisive 246 to 182 vote of disapproval for the “surge” now under way, marks the beginning of the reassertion of the Congress’s Constitutional authority. Documentation: Excerpts from the House debate on the Iraq War resolution (House Concurrent Resolution 63).
by Carl Osgood
Senator Pisa is a member of the Defense Committee in the Italian Senate, and belongs to the group Parliamentarians for Peace.
by Jeffrey Steinberg
The Anglo-American Establishment, by Carroll Quigley.
by Pamela Lowry
A new regular column by historian Pamela Lowry.