by Nancy Spannaus
The 30th anniversary of the founding of Schiller Institute on July 4, 1984 was celebrated with all-day conference in New York City June 15. Prominent figures, among them, longtime allies of the Institute from many nations around the world, joined founder Helga Zepp-LaRouche to mark this important milestone, which took place amidst the growing danger of world war. A program of Classical music provided a powerful counterpoint to the sober but optimistic presentations.
by Helga Zepp-LaRouche
Schiller Institute founder Helga Zepp-LaRouche’s keynote address to the 30th Anniversary conference June 15.
by Ramsey Clark
Remarks from the former U.S. Attorney General and lifelong defender of the Constitution.
by Ray McGovern
The founder and head of Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity (VIPS) addressed the conference.
by Walter Jones
by Bao Shixiu
Colonel Bao is a military affairs professor at the Academy of Military Sciences, China.
Messages from Sergei Glazyev, Russian Federation; Natalia Vitrenko, Ukraine; Daisuke Kotegawa, Japan; Sungbin Yim, Republic of Korea; and Thomas Buffenbarger, United States.
by Hussein Askary
The British-American policies in Iraq have not been a failure, since the goal has been to achieve Tony Blair’s vision of a post-Westphalian Treaty world.
by Hussein Askary
by Gretchen Small
The LaRouche Movement in Mexico decided last week that they could not stand quietly by and allow the Global Legislators Organization for a Balanced Environment to hold its Summit in Mexico unchallenged.
by Rainer Apel
by Claudio Celani
Central Bank head Mario Draghi has reduced interest rates to their lowest level in history. But nothing can save the bankrupt system. The only solution is a Glass-Steagall-type of banking separation, which Draghi and the ECB are stubbornly refusing to implement.
China is continuing its international mobilization around the New Silk Road perspective, as evidenced at the Sixth Ministerial Conference of the China-Arab States Cooperation Forum held June 5 in Beijing.
by Rachel Douglas
The inaugural conference of a new Central Asia Expert Club on Eurasian Development was held June 12 in Dushanbe.
by Rochelle Ascher
While President Lincoln, in the midst of the Civil War, fought the Eastern bankers over the national banking system, the Treasury issued several hundreds of millions of new greenbacks. This article first appeared in the national newspaper The New Federalist in 1992.