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Conference Program: ‘Stop the Danger of Nuclear War Now—Third Seminar of Political and Social Leaders of the World’

Nov. 22, 2022 (EIRNS)—Here is the program of speakers to today’s Schiller Institute conference of world citizens seeking a new security and development architecture to end the threat of nuclear annihilation.

Panel 1: Stopping the Doomsday Clock: The Common Good of the One Humanity

• Helga Zepp-LaRouche (Germany); founder, Schiller Institute

• Benjamín Robles Montoya (Mexico); congressman

• Col. Richard Black (ret.) (U.S.); former state senator for Virginia: “The Danger of Nuclear War After the U.S. Mid-Term Elections”

• Steven Starr (U.S.); retired director of the University of Missouri’s Clinical Laboratory Science Program, and a preeminent expert on nuclear war: “What Would Happen if a Nuclear War Started in the Black Sea?”

• Karl Krökel (Germany); small business leader, founder of “Craftsmen for Peace”

• Sister Ortrud Fürst (Germany), Dominican Missionary: “Thoughts on Current World Affairs”

• Dr. Andreas Uhlig (Germany); Organizer of Citizens Initiative Peace Negotiations NOW, Dresden: “Peace Negotiations NOW”

• Scott Ritter (U.S.); former UN weapons inspector in Iraq, former Marine Corps intelligence

• Patrice Kindt (France); Mayor of Chidrac, Puy de Dôme département; and

• Patrick Gombault (France), Mayor of Viâpres-le-Petit, Aube département: “Support of French Mayors for the Stralsund Call for Peace”

• Antonio Ingroia (Italy); former anti-mafia judge in Sicily; candidate for Prime Minister (spoke in Spanish)

• Julio De Vido (Argentina); former Minister of Federal Planning, Services and Public Investment; former member Chamber of Deputies: “The Necessary Conditions for the Development of the Third World”

• Paul Cannabrava Filho (Brazil); journalist, Editor of Diálogos do Sul: “Brazil and the Battle for an Expanded BRICS”

• Alberto Quintanilla Chacón (Peru); former congressman: “The End of Globalization and the Emergence of the BRICS”

• Pedro Páez (Ecuador); former Minister for Economic Policy (2007-2008): Greeting

• Q&A Discussion

Panel 2: Peace Through Development

• Diane Sare (U.S.); 2024 candidate for U.S. Senate from New York: “America’s Voice in the Emerging New Global Architecture of Peace Through Development”

• María de los Ángeles Huerta (Mexico); former congresswoman: “The Role of the Media in Creating a World Movement for Peace and Development”

• Donald Ramotar (Guyana); former President and former member of parliament

• Jorge Robledo (Colombia); former senator: “The Only Positive Thing about This War Is for It To End”

• Juan Pari (Peru); former congressman: “The Energy Crisis and the Ukraine-Russia War”

• Mike Eby (U.S.); dairy farmer, Chairman, National Dairy Producers Organization; Executive Director, Organization for Competitive Markets; VP, Pennsylvania Farmers Union: “Monopsony—the Other Silent Killer”

• Dr. Rodolfo Ondarza (Mexico); former Representative, Mexico City Legislative Assembly: “Bacteriological Warfare and the Need for a Global Health System”

• George Koo (U.S.); retired international business advisor: “The Prospects for U.S. China Economic Cooperation”

• Nick Brana (U.S.); National Chairman, People’s Party: “Citizens Action To Demand Congress Stop Funding the War”

• Tony Magliano (U.S.); Internationally Syndicated Catholic Social Justice and Peace Columnist: “Compelling Catholic Church Reflections on Peace and Nuclear Disarmament”

• Dr. Kirk Meighoo (Trinidad and Tobago); former senator: “Reviving the Bandung Spirit of the Non-Aligned”

• Q&A Discussion

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