Executive Intelligence Review

Volume 47, Number 51, December 18, 2020


I. Schiller Institute Looks at the World After the U.S. Elections

Schiller Institute Conference

December 12–13, 2020

The World After the U.S. Election:
Creating a World Based on Reason


Hang Together, or Hang Separately: Free and Sovereign Republics, or Digital Dictatorship? 

by Rainer Apel

The Crucifixion of Julian Assange, a Journalist Committed to Truth and Peace 

by Viktor Dedaj

Hidden Scandals Are Emerging Now: Why? 

by Paul Gallagher

Fraud and Cover-Up 

by William Binney

Escaping the Danger of World War III:
A Strategic Order Based on the Common Aims of Mankind

Great-Power Strategic Relations May Soon Change: Schiller Institute Conference Discusses How 

by Paul Gallagher

Cusa and Mankind the Immortal Species 

by Helga Zepp-LaRouche

NATO Poses a Grave Threat to World Peace 

by Col. Richard H. Black (USA Ret.)

Overcoming the World Health Crisis and the Hunger Pandemic

Thinking on the Level of the Coincidentia Oppositorum 

by Marcia Merry Baker

The Committee for the Coincidence of Opposites 

by Helga Zepp-LaRouche

Carve a Stone of Hope Out of a Mountain of Despair 

by Dr. Joycelyn Elders

Schiller Institute Conference Program 

II. Indian Farmers Challenge Global Food Cartels

Mass Farmer Protest in India Is Front Line Against Cartels and Famine 

by Marcia Merry Baker and Ramtanu Maitra

III. Relations with China

U.S. Governors’ Forum: How Pompeo’s War on China Has Destroyed the U.S. Economy 

by Michael Billington

The Trump-Xi Big Deals of 2017: Worth $253 Billion for China-U.S.A. 

by Marcia Merry Baker

A Tale of Two Think Tanks: Canberra Escalates McCarthyism, Defunds Diplomacy 

by Richard Bardon