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In his weekly Friday evening Sept. 27, Lyndon LaRouche was joined by several members of the LaRouche Policy Committee, Bill Roberts, Kesha Rogers, Rachel Brown, and Michael Steger, and by moderator Matthew Ogden, who read the first question, from a Washington, D.C. source.
Q: Mr. LaRouche: With the agreement on a new United Nations Security Council resolution on Syria, and the recent P5+1 meeting in New York City, on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly session, there has been potentially serious progress toward resolving the two most dangerous crises in the Middle East region. Secretary of State Kerry met with Iranian Foreign Minister Zarif in the highest-level official meeting between the two countries since the Islamic Revolution, and the attitude of the new Iranian government seems to be open to a successful P5+1 agreement.
Russia's efforts at reviving the Geneva II process, and the Syrian government's signing of the chemical weapons ban, and moving forward to the verifiable destruction of all of the chemical weapons stockpiles, has so far moved the process forward in a way that was not possible just a few months ago. Of course, President Obama has been severely boxed in by an outpouring of public opposition from the American people, and a bipartisan war-avoidance effort led by the Joint Chiefs of Staff and a coalition of representatives and senators.Our question to you is the following: Can these recent breakthroughs with Syria and Iran lead to an overall paradigm shift in the Middle East, away from the traditional Great Game? ...
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  • 'Project Space':
    The Thesis
    by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

    The realization of the longpostponed great U.S.A. water system, expanded and enriched by the 'Basement' research team, as NAWAPA XXI, will result in 'the greatest, and most beneficial achievement in the expression of great works which had been ever achieved by mankind on planet Earth this far.'
  • Nuclear Agro-Industrial Complexes for NAWAPA XXI
    Liona Fan-Chiang contributes the fourth in our series from the 21st Century Science & Technology Special Report, 'Nuclear NAWAPA XXI: Gateway to the Fusion Economy.' NAWAPA XXI's new productive powerhouses— nuclear-driven agro-industrial complexes—will become the centers of mass industrial and agricultural output.


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