Executive Intelligence Review

Volume 45, Number 38, September 21, 2018

Cover of EIR Volume 45, Number 38, September 21, 2018

President Trump Orders Key ‘Russiagate’ Documents Declassified as Putin Outflanks War Party in Syria  

by Barbara Boyd

A Concert Not To Be Forgotten: Can Beauty Silence the Drums of War?  

by John Sigerson

I. A Four-Power Agreement for a New Paradigm

Schiller Institute Conference Program  

Panel I. The End of Colonialism: A New Shared Future for Humanity

The End of Colonialism: A New Shared Future for Humanity  

by Helga Zepp-LaRouche

Greetings to the Conference  

Panel II. Only a Four-Power Agreement Can Prevent War, Assure Development

The Belt and Road: World Cooperation for the Benefit of All  

by Dr. Xu Wenhong

Reconciliation and in Rebuilding in Syria, as a Great Battle Looms in Idlib  

by Richard Black

It’s Time for Us All To Escape from the ‘Trans-Atlanticism’ Straitjacket  

by James George Jatras

We Are Keen for Friendship and Economic Partnership, No Matter How Difficult It May Seem  

by Dmitry Polyanskiy

It’s a Fight for the Republic, Not the Two- Party Duopoly  

by Roger Stone

Zepp-LaRouche and Stone in Dialogue: President Donald Trump and Coordinated Belt & Road Investments  

Concluding Remarks: Be Passionate to Save Humanity Now—At this Historical Punctum Saliens  

by Helga Zepp-LaRouche

II. LaRouche’s Ideas in Asia

China-Philippines Education Forum: Culture, Talents, and Education under the Belt and Road Initiative  

by Butch Valdes

Will U.S. Forces Aid Al-Qaeda in Syria on the Anniversary of 9/11?  

by Richard Black

As British War Rhetoric Escalates, the Syrians Mobilize for Victory and Reconstruction  

by Odile Mojon and Ulf Sandmark

Enough Documentation of Genocide Against Yemen—Act Now to Stop the War!  

by Elke Fimmen

III. The Education of Lyndon LaRouche

Economists Who Were Usually Stupid  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

May 8, 2014.