by Michelle Fuchs and Sky Shields
Michelle Fuchs and Sky Shields of the LaRouche Basement scientific researcher team highlight two strategic-economic proposals recently offered by Russia: the Strategic Defense of Earth (SDE), and “an enthusiastic approach toward Arctic development.” These concepts “provide us with a platform for this discussion, and an opportunity to apply several crucial concepts of physical economy which Lyndon LaRouche has developed in a recent series of studies.”
by Dmitri I. Mendeleyev
Best known for his discovery of the Periodic Table of Chemical Elements, this polymath was an outspoken opponent of British free trade, and an advocate of American System economics. He was also an avid explorer, as shown by the memorandum we publish here: a letter to Finance Minister Count Sergei Witte, first published in The Soviet Arctic, 1937.
by Ulf Sandmark
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
Lyndon LaRouche’s Dec. 23 message on the eve of the Christmas/New Year’s holiday season was a sobering one: “We are now on the verge of what must be called World War III,” thermonuclear war, driven by the bankruptcy of the trans- Atlantic region, and its imperial center in the City of London. Only the removal of British puppet Obama can prevent the near-term outbreak of war.
by Jeffrey Steinberg
The source of the current war danger is not to be found in Iran, Syria, or Israel. It is the British oligarchy’s insane commitment to preventing the Eurasian region, led by China and Russia, from emerging as the new center of gravity of world political and economic power.
A British-based network of Syrian opposition operatives is behind an effort to replace war-avoidance efforts, led especially by Russia, with a Libya-style war.
by Helga Zepp-LaRouche
Helga Zepp-LaRouche issued this urgent New Year’s greeting to the citizens of Germany, and the world, on Dec. 31.
by Roger Moore
by Nancy Spannaus
Unlike 2002, when the euro currency was ushered in amidst fireworks and celebratory speeches, its 10th anniversary festivities were quietly cancelled, signaling the end of the euro experiment.
by Lawrence K. Freeman
The Republic of South Sudan must begin now to realize its agriculture potential, providing food not only to its own people, but also to its neighbors in the Horn of Africa and in the Maghreb to the north.
Wilkerson served for 31 years in the U.S. Army, and under Gen. Colin Powell in several U.S. administrations. He has been an outspoken critic of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars, as well as the abuses of the U.S. Constitution committed by Bush and Obama.
Ogwaro is the Agriculture Minister for the Republic of South Sudan.