Volume 34, Number 28, July 20, 2007


Breakthrough in U.S.-Russian Relations? LaRouche’s SDI Proposal Back on the Table!  

by Helga Zepp-LaRouche

The meeting among Russian President Vladimir Putin, former U.S. President George H.W. Bush, and President George W. Bush in Kennebunkport on July 2 may provide the key for a new era in U.S.-Russian relations that will benefit the whole world.

Patriotism in Brief: The Rebirth of Our Nation!  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

“While there are no guarantees, the outcome of that [Kennebunkport] meeting could prove to be hopeful, if the right selection of both Democratic and Republican leading figures agree to view this opportunity in just the right way,” writes Lyndon LaRouche in an Independence Day statement.

Clinton in Yalta: ‘Like Reagan, I Talked to Russia About Sharing Anti-Missile Technology’  

The Long Road to U.S.-Russian Missile Defense Cooperation  

by Marsha Freeman

The Road to Kennebunkport  

The Strategic Importance of the U.S.-Russian Nuclear Agreement

by Marsha Freeman

Documentation: “Text of Declaration on Nuclear Energy and Non-Proliferation.”

President Putin: Talks Were ‘Very Meaningful’

by Vladimir Putin

LaRouche in 1982: Develop Beam Weapons To Stop Nuclear Threat

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.


LaRouche to Hillary: Take the Lead in Cheney Impeachment Now  

by Michele Steinberg and Jeffrey Steinberg

“If Hillary Clinton were to step forward to issue a clarion call for the immediate impeachment of Vice President Dick Cheney, she could win the Presidency by acclamation,” said Lyndon LaRouche on July 13.

Kennebunkport, the BAE Scandal, and the Need To Get Cheney Out Now  

Lyndon LaRouche was interviewed on the Jack Stockwell Show on K-Talk radio in Salt Lake City on July 9.


It’s Banco Santander vs. the Bank of the South

by Dennis Small

The international financial oligarchy is desperate to stop the cooperative development bank being created by the nations of South America, even before it opens its doors.

‘Danish Bridge’ to Germany To Be Built  

by Tom Gillesberg and Michelle Rasmussen

Germany and Denmark have finally signed an agreement to build a bridge between the two countries across the Fehmarn Belt in the Baltic Sea. The LaRouche movement has been campaigning for the project since 1980.

Alaska-Canada-USA Rail Link Proposed

by Marcia Merry Baker

A feasibility study for a first-ever rail line linking Alaska with the rest of the North American continent has been issued. But the design and motivation for the project stem from plans for further globalization.

Ethanol Slavery Found on Brazil Plantation

by Valerie Rush


Behind the U.K. Terror: Her Majesty’s Rushdie Provocation  

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach and Jeffrey Steinberg

The knighting of novelist Salman Rushdie by Queen Elizabeth II was a deliberate act to provoke the Islamic world.

Sudan Development Initiative To Counter Destabilization Campaign

by Douglas DeGroot

Do those who have been supporting the rebels want to solve the problem in Darfur, or are they only interested in attacking the Sudan government?

LaRouche to Italian Senate Committee: A Strategy to Defend the Nation-State  

Lyndon LaRouche testified before the Defense Committee of the Italian Senate on June 5, as part the Committee’s “Investigation of the Present State and Perspectives of the Defense Industry and Cooperation on Armaments.”


On the Determination of the Orbit of Carl Gauss

by Tarrajna Dorsey

Part II of a series by the LaRouche Youth Movement’s “Basement Team” researching the discoveries of Carl F. Gauss. A new problem: to rediscover, independently of any aid from Gauss himself, Gauss’s discovery of the orbit of the asteroid Ceres. Gauss appears as a ghostly figure behind a smokescreen; he does not lay out his mind, transparently, before the reader—in fact he even throws up false signals at times to throw him off the trail! But clues can be found in examining the “orbit” in which Gauss himself travelled.



by John Hoefle

What Integrity?

In Memoriam

Academician D.S. Lvov: Economist and Patriot.


A Point of Hope, and of No Return