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Moscow and Beijing to Jointly Create a Science & Technology University

The Lomonosov Moscow State University (MSU) and the Beijing Institute of Technology (BIT) have signed a founding agreement on the establishment of a joint Sino-Russian university in the Shenzhen free economic zone. 238 more words

New Economic Order

“Argentina: a Threat to the Empire”

Under the headline above, Mexico’s widely-read Siempre magazine published an interview Sept. 6 with Fernando Esposito, an Argentine organizer with the LaRouche Citizens’ Movement (Mocila) in Mexico City, in which he discusses the efforts of the British Empire’s vulture funds to bring Argentina to its knees— so far without success. 401 more words

British Financial Empire

Egypt’s El-Sisi Forms Scientific Advisory Council

On Sept. 6, Egyptian President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi issued a presidential decree forming an advisory council of leading scientists and experts to consult on large development projects, Presidential spokesperson Ihab Badawy announced, according to the… 264 more words

New Economic Order

Happy Birthday Lyndon LaRouche!

The best way to celebrate Lyndon LaRouche’s 92nd birthday would be to remove that pile of rocks Obama from the White House, and Boehner too! Then we can launch the greatest renaissance known to mankind, one which has already begun in China, largely thanks to Mr. 530 more words

Lyndon LaRouche

BRICS Nations Continue International Economic Collaboration

The nations of the BRICS group continue to extend the hand of economic collaboration around the world; here we highlight a couple of developments over the weekend from China and India. 683 more words

Russia

First Day Sales of Suez Canal Investment Certificate Hit LE6 Billion

New Suez Canal debt certificates went on sale Thursday, September 4, and within 10 hours, a record of LE6 billion Egyptian pounds ($840 million) worth were sold. 223 more words

National Banking

China's Manufacturing Workforce Soars, as China Breaks New Ground

China’s manufacturing labor force surged to approximately 105 million workers in 2012, a level so extraordinary that it is seven times larger than that of the United States, the nation with the world’s second largest manufacturing workforce. 316 more words

China