by Helga Zepp-LaRouche
If negotiations among Presidents Putin, Poroshenko, Merkel, and Hollande manage to reach agreement on a variant of the peace plan that Putin had submitted in mid-January, then the escalation to the potential annihilation of mankind would at least be interrupted. But the danger of war would by no means have been overcome. The dimensions of the global conflict encompass the economic crisis, and the BRICS countries’ paradigm shift offers the essential solution.
by Sergei Lavrov
From Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov’s speech to the Munich Security Conference on Feb. 7: “It is crucial that everyone should be aware of the real magnitude of the risks.”
by Cynthia R. Rush
Having failed to force President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner into submission through the bludgeoning by their predatory vulture funds, the British-steered imperial factions have now launched a desperate drive to bring her down, through the thoroughly orchestrated scandal surrounding the suspicious death of federal prosecutor Alberto Nisman.
by Dean Andromidas
“We do not intend to threaten stability in Europe,” said newly elected Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras to the Parliament, but “we are not negotiating our national sovereignty.”
A blockbuster court filing on Feb. 3, in the case of the 9/11 families versus the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, has triggered unprecedented attention to the Saudi role in the 9/11 attacks, and is intensifying the pressure on President Barack Obama to declassify the suppressed 28-page section of a Congressional investigation which reportedly documents Saudi sponsorship of the terrorist attack.
by Robert Barwick
A report on the explosive impact of Jon Conway’s new play Truth, Lies, Diana, which is based on the investigation by Australian researcher and author John Morgan into the Aug. 31, 1997 deaths of Princess Diana and her boyfriend, Dodi Fayed. This coincides with new intelligence about the ties of Prince Charles to the Saudi sponsors of Wahhabite terrorism worldwide.
by Robert Barwick
An interview with John Morgan, author of the Diana Inquest book series.
by Ramtanu Maitra
Central Asia, the geographic midway of the Old and New Silk Roads, has also been dead center in the Arc of Crisis—the target zone for a geo-strategy of strife in Eurasia, conducted by the British Empire and its agents of influence in Washington and elsewhere. If geopolitics can be defeated in Central Asia, it can be defeated anywhere. Reprinted from EIR’s Special Report The New Silk Road Becomes the World Land-Bridge.
by Jason Ross
Jason Ross of the LaRouche PAC Science Team gave this presentation during the LaRouche PAC weekly webcast on Jan. 30. How does 17th-Century astronomer Johannes Kepler give us the answer to the question, “What is mankind?” Lyndon LaRouche advised the Science Team to take two approaches to conveying the breakthrough of this world-historical genius: the Classical approach of what Kepler did in his day; and the modern approach, how China is embodying this with its work at present.
by Marco Hebestadt
A promising new technology developed in Germany for fission power without “German Angst.”