by Helga Zepp-LaRouche
Oct. 3-8 marked the 10th World Public Forum “Dialogue of Civilizations” in Rhodes. The discussions gave a foretaste of a future world community that has renounced once and for all the barbarous use of war as a means of conflict resolution. By Helga Zepp-LaRouche, a panelist in the forum.
by Helga Zepp-LaRouche
The presentation by Helga Zepp-LaRouche to the Rhodes Forum.
Excerpts from the keynote speech by Vladimir Yakunin (Russia), World Public Forum (WPF) founding president and president of the Russian Railways company, titled “Diversity of Civilizations as a Vehicle for Attaining Successful Global Changes”; from a speech at last year’s Forum by WPF co-chairman Prof. Fred Dallmayr (U.S.A.), University of Notre Dame, which was circulated at the 2012 forum to identify “Who Are We? What Is WPF-Dialogue of Civilizations?”; and from a paper by Prof. Sienho Yee (China), Wuhan University, on “The International Law of Co-Progressiveness and the Co-Progressiveness of Civilizations.”
by Jeffrey Steinberg
The fact that the confrontation between Turkey and Syria could escalate into a clash between NATO and Russia, has became glaringly obvious.
by Michele Steinberg
The harrowing record of terrorism of the Mujahedin e-Kalq, to which the State Department has now given its seal of approval, because it is fighting Iran.
by Mike Billington
Long-dormant territorial disputes have erupted over uninhabited islands in the the East China Sea, causing a diplomatic crisis and raising the threat of war.
by Nancy Spannaus
The Oct. 10 hearings of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee about the deaths in Benghazi, Libya, showed that President Obama cannot be trusted to provide security for Americans, or to tell the truth.
by Harley Schlanger
An interview with George R. Davis, vice-president of the California Farmers Union.
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
In the second of his “Friday webcasts” leading up to the Presidential election on Nov. 6, Lyndon LaRouche underlines the bankruptcy of “party politics” and points the way to the policies that a nonpartisan government must pursue to save the United States—after the ouster of Barack Obama.
From statements by George Washington and Benjamin Franklin.
Davis, vice-president of the California Farmers Union, is active with the California Dairy Campaign, an affiliate of the CFU. He comes from a family dairy farm background, and currently operates a vineyard in northern California.