Volume 41, Number 45, November 14, 2014


LaRouche on Elections: Obama in Breakdown Mode—Policy Revolution Now!  

by Nancy Spannaus

In what one Washington insider characterized as a “political impeachment,” President Barack Obama suffered a stinging repudiation in the Nov. 4 mid-term elections, taking the Democratic Party down with him. A sea-change in U.S. politics has occurred in which, implicitly, Obama is finished. Following the election, Lyndon LaRouche reiterated his call for Obama’s removal from the Presidency, stating that “the endgame is coming on fast.”

Four New Laws To Save the U.S.A.: Not an Option: An Immediate Necessity  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

We reprint LaRouche’s statement from last June, which, in the aftermath of the U.S. elections, is more relevant than ever.

LaRouche PAC Webcast: The Potential for Positive Change in the Wake of the Nov. 4 Elections  

An excerpt from the Nov. 7 LaRouche PAC webcast, in response to the question, “What must be done to end the gridlock [in Washington], and form a viable government at this time?”


The APEC Summit: China Charts a Course for World Economic Recovery  

by William Jones

As the world’s leaders met in Beijing, against the backdrop of wars in Europe and the Middle East, China’s bold initiatives to bring the world onto the track of economic development, have created a ray of hope that mankind may be able to forge a new paradigm, in which war and poverty can be relegated to the trash-bin of history.

China Radio Interview: Helga Zepp-LaRouche on Upcoming APEC Summit

by Helga Zepp-LaRouche

Zepp-LaRouche was interviewed on Nov. 5 by China Radio International’s “Today” show, on the topic of the APEC Summit in Beijing, Nov. 10-11.


On the 25th Anniversary of the Fall of the Berlin Wall  

by Helga Zepp-LaRouche

“Twenty-five years ago, the Berlin Wall came down, and today, many people don’t even remember that that was the beginning of the end of the Warsaw Pact,” said Zepp-LaRouche. “But this was one of the crucial turning points, potential turning points in history, where everything would have been possible.”


NATO Drives Toward Blow-Up with Russia over Ukraine  

Former German Foreign Minister Genscher spoke out on the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, denouncing the belligerent turn of the EU, NATO, and the U.S. against Russia.

Obama’s Asia Pivot Crumbling: China, Japan Reach Crucial Agreement

by Michael Billington

On the eve of the APEC Summit, China and Japan signed an historic agreement to renew diplomatic meetings and strategic cooperation.

China’s Next Step in Lunar Exploration

by Marsha Freeman

The Nov. 1 landing of the Chang’e-5T Return Module back on Earth, has brought China closer to its ultimate goal—to land astronauts on the Moon.

Is Saudi Arabia Out To Provoke War Against Iran?

by Hussein Askary

The Saudi Kingdom is furious about the recent positive developments involving Iran in the region, including diplomatic progress with the United States, de facto cooperation against IS in Iraq, and the collapse of the policy of the Obama/Saudi/Qatari-backed allies in Syria to overthrow President Assad using jihadist terrorist groups.


Schiller Institute Conference: The New Silk Road and the New Paradigm for Mankind

Speeches from the third panel of the 30th Anniversary conference of the Schiller Institute, held in Frankfurt, Germany Oct. 18-19, including a keynote by French political leader Jacques Cheminade.

Europe’s Identity: The Advantage of the Other in the New Paradigm

by Jacques Cheminade

Cheminade is the president of the Solidarity and Progress party in France.

The Silk Road as a Bridge of Friendship  

by Pei Hua

Pei is the Director of the Research Division, China Soong Ching Ling Foundation (CSCLF).

The Work of the China Soong Ching Ling Foundation

by Chen Bo

Chen is the Deputy Director of the International Division of the CSCLF.

BRICS and Pan-Africanism: Operational Convergence

by Diogène Senny

Senny is the Secretary General of the Pan-African League-Umoja.

We Need a New, Open, Inclusive Society

by Malcolm Fraser

Fraser was Prime Minister of Australia, 1975-83.


Follow APEC’s Lead—Write Off Obama