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This article appears in the May 8, 2020 issue of Executive Intelligence Review.

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Schiller Institute Conference on the Internet
April 25-26, 2020

Mankind’s Existence Now Depends on the Establishment of a New Paradigm!

Panel One
The Urgent Need to Replace Geopolitics with a
New Paradigm in International Relations

Opening Remarks and Introduction
Dennis Speed, Moderator

The Crimes and Downfall of British Liberalism and the New Paradigm of the Future of Humanity
Helga Zepp-LaRouche, Founder and Chairman, Schiller Institute

• Remarks
H.E. Dmitry Polyanskiy, First Deputy Permanent Representative, Permanent Mission of the Russian Federation to the United Nations

For a Better Future: Proposed Principles Needed to Ensure Peaceful and Productive Relations Between China and the United States
H.E. Ambassador Huang Ping, Consul General of the People’s Republic of China in New York

• A Europe Not To Be Ashamed Of
Jacques Cheminade, Chairman, Solidarité et Progrès, former French Presidential Candidate

• The Role of the Philippines in Restoring U.S.-China Friendship
Butch Valdes, Chairman of the Philippine LaRouche Society

• One Humanity, A View from Italy
Michele Geraci, Italian Economist, former Undersecretary, Development Ministry, Rome

• Crisis and Hope: A Report from Lebanon, Prof. Bassam El-Hachem

• Introducing the LaRouche Legacy Foundation
Helga Zepp-LaRouche

The World Needs an Agapic, Scientific Hypothesis of What Mankind Is
Daniel Burke, LaRouche independent candidate for U.S. Senate in New Jersey

Panel Two
For a Better Understanding of How Our Universe Functions

• In Defense of the Human Species
LaRouche PAC Science Team: Megan Beets, Benjamin Deniston, Jason Ross

• The Role of ‘Free Invention’ in Creative Discovery
Jean-Pierre Luminet, PhD, Astrophysicist, Emeritus researcher, National Center for Scientific Research,

• Friendship Between Astronauts: An Exemplary Precedent for International Cooperation
Michel Tognini, Astronaut; Association of Space Explorers founding member

Apollo 7: An Astronaut’s Reflections
Walt Cunningham, Apollo Astronaut

• The Necessity of Science Education for African Youth
Marie Korsaga, PhD, Astrophysicist, Burkina Faso

• Making Nuclear Fusion a Reality
Sen. Joe Pennacchio, New Jersey State Senator

• The Inside Story of Contemporary Science,
Will Happer, PhD, Professor Emeritus of Physics, Princeton University

• Chinese Medicine Treatment of COVID-19
Guangxi Li, MD, PhD, Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences, Beijing

Panel Three
Creativity as the Distinctive Characteristic of Human Culture:
The Need for a Classical Renaissance

Moderators: Kesha Rogers and Dennis Speed

Performance of Beethoven’s “An die ferne Geliebte,”
op. 98
John Sigerson, tenor, Margaret Greenspan, piano

• “I Have Insisted That Music Is Intelligible!”
Lyndon LaRouche

Helga Zepp-LaRouche , Founder and Chairman, Schiller Institute

•˜A Poetic Musical Offering
William Warfield

• The Presence of the Classical Principle in Folk Music
Willis Patterson, Bass-baritone, Professor Emeritus; Associate Dean, University of Michigan School of Music, Theatre & Dance

• The Physical Power of Classical Poetry and Music
John Sigerson, Music Director for the Schiller Institute, co-author of A Manual on the Rudiments of Tuning and Registration

• Hall Johnson and the Dvorak Dream: From Spiritual to Art Song
Dr. Eugene Simpson, Professor Emeritus of Voice and Choral Literature, Rowan University of New Jersey; Founding Curator of the Hall Johnson Collection

• On the Employment of Chorus in Politics
Diane Sare, Founder and Co-director, Schiller Institute NYC Chorus

Conference Greetings
Gregory Hopkins, Founder and Artistic Director, Harlem Opera Theater

• Central Concepts of Chinese Aesthetical Education
Teng Jimeng, PhD, Professor of American Studies, Foreign Studies University, Beijing

Panel Four
The Science of Physical Economy

Moderator: Dennis Speed

• LaRouche’s Legacy: Foundation of the Modern Science of Physical Economy
Dennis Small, Schiller Institute Director for Ibero-America

• When Africa Looks to the Stars
Sébastien Périmony

• Unlocking the Potential of Africa—Ideas by Alexander Hamilton
Cédric Mbeng Mezui, Author, Gabon; financial sector expert; Think Tank FinanceAfrika

• Greetings to the Conference
Kelvin Kemm, CEO Stratek; former Board Chairman of the South African Nuclear Energy Corporation

• Make Africa an Economic Powerhouse to Benefit All Mankind
Phillip Tsokolibane, Leader, LaRouche South Africa

• Franco-Chinese Cooperation in Africa
Ms. Yang Yan, Political Counselor, Embassy of the People’s Republic of China in Paris

Feed the Future: Eating is a Moral Right

Bob Baker, Virginia; Schiller Institute Agriculture Co-coordinator

Joe Maxwell, Missouri; former Missouri Lt. Governor, Co-founder of Family Farm Action Alliance

Tyler Dupy, Kansas; Executive Director of the Kansas Cattlemen’s Association

Frank Endres, California; member of the National Farmers Organization for 63 years

Bill Bullard, Montana; CEO of R-CALF USA

Jim Benham, Indiana; State President, Indiana Farmers Union; National Board member, National Farmers Union

Mike Callicrate, Kansas and Colorado; Board of Directors, Organization for Competitive Markets; Owner, Ranch Foods Direct

• The Productive vs. the Speculative Economy: A View from Central America
Prof. Mario Roberto Morales, Professor and writer

• Reinstate Glass-Steagall
Jack Lynch, Consultant, former Vice-President, First Midwest Bank of Illinois

• Failure to Address the Cause of 2008 Financial Collapse Caused Public Health Collapse
Daisuke Kotegawa, Research Director, Canon Institute; former official, Japan Ministry of Finance; former IMF Executive Director for Japan

• Productive Credit, not Predatory Debt
Ellen Brown, President, Public Banking Institute, USA

• Greetings to the Conference
Dr. Joycelyn Elders, former U.S. Surgeon General

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