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Ending the Geopolitical War on Yemen with a Strategy for Peace & Development

The following speech was delivered by Schiller Institute representative Ulf Sandmark to a two-day conference in London to support the Yemeni people against the Anglo-American-Saudi imperial war. 1,121 more words

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LaRouche: With the Landbridge Everyone Has a Job

Lyndon LaRouche delivers a concise explanation of the principle behind the proposed development of the World Landbridge at a Washington D.C. conference, 1997.

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'Helicopter Money' For a New American Infrastructure?

JFK views the Whiskeytown Reservoir at the dedication ceremony of the Whiskeytown Dam and Reservoir in California, September 28, 1963.

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With the U.S. and European economies near zero-growth and zero productivity growth, there are a hundred proposals “for building new economic infrastructure,” nearly all of which ignore science completely. 577 more words

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Lyndon LaRouche: Washington D.C. 1997 Presentation

Lyndon LaRouche delivers a concise explanation of the principle behind the proposed development of the World Landbridge at a Washington D.C. conference, 1997.

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The Real Issue of Productivity; — Catching Up to China and the 'Eurasian Power'

China’s domestically produced fast trains await departure from Hankow Railway Station, April 19, 2016.

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Will the United States revive the scientific creativity and economic productivity to collaborate peacefully, over the long term, with China’s progress? 520 more words

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Baku Summit: Russia, Iran, and Azerbaijan Are Going To Finish Building the Transport Corridor

The historic trilateral summit of the heads of state of Azerbaijan, Iran, and Russia on Aug. 8 at Baku has decided that the three countries that border the western shore of the Caspian Sea, will finish building the International North-South Transport Corridor, Russia & India Report (RIR) wrote Thursday. 269 more words

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Erdogan Speaks to TASS on Eve of St. Petersburg Meeting with Putin

In an interview with TASS broadcast on Russian TV the day before the meeting with President Vladimir Putin, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan made perfectly clear that his government was fully committed not only to improving relations with Russia, but to also seeking real strategic and economic cooperation. 480 more words

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