Helga Zepp-LaRouche is touring European capitals to raise the alarum on the imminent thermonuclear war danger, and to present the alternative, as outlined in EIR’s Special Report “The New Silk Road Becomes the World Land-Bridge.”
by Alexander Hartmann
A report from Berlin on Zepp-LaRouche’s speech to a seminar on the strategic and economic crisis.
by Stephan Ossenkopp
The counsellor at the South African Embassy in Denmark gave this presentation to a Copenhagen seminar on the BRICS, cosponsored by EIR and the Schiller Institute.
by Jeffrey Steinberg
While the Obama Administration has allegedly not yet decided on a military course in Ukraine, NATO is upgrading its presence along the borders with Russia—a clear intention of confrontation, which can be a tripwire for nuclear war.
by Dean Andromidas
If Greece’s European “partners” attempt to carry out the threats they have made, Greece— despite its determination to convince them that it is in the interest of all of Europe to cut Greece’s debt in the context of a “New Deal-style” policy—could turn to new allies: Russia, China, and the emerging new economic order being created by the BRICS.
by Paul Gallagher
Wall Street has to be put out of any situation in which it can continue to manage the economic affairs of the country, as it has been doing.
by Ramtanu Maitra
The foreign ministers of the Russia-India-China (RIC) grouping held their 13th meeting in Beijing, laying the groundwork for future cooperation.
by Hanuel Na’avi
An interview with EIR’s Jeffrey Steinberg by Hanuel Na’avi of the website The Last Defense.
by Nancy Spannaus
The LaRouche movement’s “Manhattan Project” is campaigning to restore the principles of New York City’s Alexander Hamilton, as the unique source of ideas and leadership to save the United States from extinction.
by William Jones
by Jason Ross
The new quality of human civilization that will be ushered in by a fusion economy can only be adequately understood by looking at it in the long-term context of human development, from the physical world of the Stone Age, to the chemical world of the Bronze and Electrical Ages, to the nuclear world that we have only just ventured into.