A growing international movement has emerged in favor of the adoption in all countries of the Glass-Steagall law, which President Franklin D. Roosevelt established in the United States in 1933, and which imposes a separation between commercial and investment banking. Initiated by Lyndon LaRouche, the international calls for Glass-Steagall have spread from the United States, to Russia, to the United Kingdom, to the majority of countries of continental Europe, and to numerous nations in the developing sector.
Legislation to implement Glass-Steagall has so far been introduced in the legislatures of six countries.
by Jeffrey Steinberg
Warnings from Russia and China about the U.S. installation of ballistic missile defense systems, and actions such as the largest Russian naval maneuvers since the end of the Cold War, are the latest indications that these two powers are prepared to coordinate their responses to President Obama’s strategy of encirclement and the “Asia pivot.”
by Ramtanu Maitra
LPAC-TV interviewed Mother Agnès-Mariam de la Croix of Syria, who has been on an international tour.
by Jeffrey Steinberg
by Lawrence K. Freeman
France’s military assault on northern Mali, supported by the U.S. and the U.K., will likely lead to continuing war, chaos, and destruction in Africa.
by Nancy Spannaus
LaRouche PAC’s drive for Glass-Steagall is finding fertile ground, particularly among the growing ranks of Congressmen disgusted with the President’s and the Republican leadership’s austerity agenda.
by Edward Spannaus
What President Obama has accomplished with his widespread use of drone missile strikes in Pakistan, has been to vastly accelerate recruitment to al-Qaeda and other jihadist groups.
by Benjamin Deniston
The “pinging” of Apophis by NASA’s Goldstone antenna is helping to provide a more accurate understanding of its orbit, which will be essential for any future efforts to knock an asteroid off a course of Earth-impact.
Marcia Merry Baker gave this speech to New Jersey gubernatorial candidate Diane Sare’s campaign kickoff event on Jan. 5. That state, ravaged by Hurricane Sandy, is in dire need of the kind of flood-control and other projects that worked in the past, and will work again.
Keys to the Kingdom, by U.S. Senator Bob Graham.