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This article appears in the September 21, 2018 issue of Executive Intelligence Review.

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Schiller Institute Conference

Toward a Four Power Agreement for a
New Paradigm of Development

Thursday, September 13, 2018
New York City

Musical Prelude

“Auf der Donau,” by Franz Schubert. Paul An, bass; Robert Wilson, piano

“Partita in D minor” (BWV 1004) and Sarabande, by J.S. Bach. Gary Ianco, violin


Liliana Gorini, Chairwoman of MoviSol, LaRouche’s movement in Italy. “Italy and China Cooperate to Develop Africa”

Ulf Sandmark, leader of the LaRouche movement in Sweden. “Every Step of Syrian Reconstruction Is a Celebration of the New Silk Road”

Ramasimong Phillip Tskolibane, leader of the LaRouche movement in South Africa. “The United States Must Help Save Africa”

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


Helga Zepp-LaRouche

Founder of the Schiller Institutes

“The End of Colonialism: A New Shared Future for Humanity”


Jason Ross

Schiller Institute science advisor

“Expanding ‘Possibility’ ”

Speech not available at press time.

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

Xu Wenhong, PhD

Deputy Secretary-General, Center for Belt and Road Studies, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Beijing

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


Richard Black

Virginia State Senator

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


James George Jatras

Former U.S. diplomat and former advisor to the Republican Party leadership

“It’s Time for All of Us to Escape the ‘Trans-Atlanticism’ Straitjacket”


Dmitry Polyanskiy

First Deputy Permanent Representative, Russian Federation Permanent Mission to the United Nations

“We are Keen for Friendship and Economic Partnership, No Matter How Difficult It May Seem”


Roger Stone

Political consultant, lobbyist and strategist

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