by Gretchen Small
The construction of the new passage across the Central American isthmus, connecting the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans, the Great Inter-Oceanic Canal across Nicaragua, led by the private Chinese firm HKND, will not only accommodate today’s largest cargo ships; but will transform relations between the Americas and Eurasia, long before its projected completion date of 2020.
by Gerardo Castilleja
An interview with Dr. Telémaco Talavera, spokesman for the Nicaragua Inter-Oceanic Canal Commission.
by Dennis Small
by Helga Zepp-LaRouche
The foreword to the forthcoming book on the Schiller Institute’s 30th anniversary conference held last October in Frankfurt, Germany.
by Jeffrey Steinberg
New Year’s celebrations this year were set against the growing danger of world war, and by efforts to prevent the outbreak of conflict in the early moments of 2015.
by Michael Billington
New Year’s messages from both South Korea’s Prime Minister Chung Hong-won, and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un spoke of the possibility of a summit, and of an inter-Korean dialogue.
by Dean Andromidas
The possibility of an anti-bailout and anti-austerity government coming to power in Greece has sent terror through the European oligarchy, that their Eurozone, the Europe for the bankers, will collapse.
by Ramtanu Maitra
In his inaugural address to the 102nd Indian Science Congress in Mumbai, Indian Prime Minister Modi said he has placed science and technology at the forefront of his diplomatic engagement with other nations.
by Nancy Spannaus
Momentum is building toward breaking the Obama Administration’s stonewalling on the release of the classified 28 pages of the Congressional Joint Inquiry on 9/11 report, which deal with the financing of the mass murder of Americans in the 2001 terror attack.
by Jeffrey Steinberg
A top British intelligence/financial analyst, writing in the Daily Telegraph, compared the current threat of a systemic financial collapse to the 14th-Century banking crash and onset of the Black Death.
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
Reprinted from EIR, June 13, 2014.
by Paul Gallagher and Michael Kirsch
The Hamiltonian economic measures required to issue masses of credit for large-scale, modern infrastructure platforms. Reprinted from the December 2014 EIR Special Report “The New Silk Road Becomes the World Land-Bridge.”