by Dennis Speed
Participants in the Schiller Institute’s Jan. 17 Martin Luther King Weekend conference held at New York City’s Riverside Church, and those who joined from around the world over the Internet, experienced what author Dennis Speed describes as “an all-too-rare occurrence in the trans-Atlantic world today: spiritual elevation.” From a personal reminiscence by Ramsey Clark, about the 1965 Selma-to-Montgomery March, to Helga Zepp-LaRouche’s recounting of the 25-year campaign for the World Land-Bridge, the conference ignited a “Promethean fire” in the audience to at last realize the dreams Hamilton and King.
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
by Helga Zepp-LaRouche
by Ramsey Clark
by Thembile Joyini
by Rep. Walter Jones
by Jeffrey Steinberg
by Dean Andromidas and Paul Gallagher
A European-wide debt conference, similar to the one that led to the London Debt Agreement of 1953, settling the foreign debts of Germany, has been proposed by both the Greek Syriza Party and the Independent Greeks.
by William Jones
The views of top Chinese economists about the country’s economic outlook for 2015 contrast sharply with the hype in the U.S. news media about how the Chinese economy is heading for a “hard landing,” and give a unique insight into the government’s thinking.
by Nancy Spannaus
Gernot Erler, the German government coordinator for Russia, issued a stark warning last week, against Western governments financing of Kiev’s military attack on eastern Ukraine. We will do everything possible, he said, “to prevent an attempt from being made again to solve this problem by military means.”
An interview in Paris with Col. Alain Corvez (ret.), a former advisor to the United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon (UNIFIL).
by Stuart Rosenblatt
How has Wall Street buried Glass-Steagall when there is widespread support for it on Capitol Hill? Pure corruption: by literally buying members of Congress, including the leaders of both the House and Senate, to the tune of millions of dollars.