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The Economic "Platform"

The Shanghai Transrapid maglev train in 2012. (photo: Lars Plougmann/Flickr CC BY-SA 2.0)

Always informing our view of what some call just “infrastructure,” must be Lyndon LaRouche’s concept of what is actually involved in such a notion. 582 more words


The Belt and Road Initiative: The Defining Project of our Century

The U.S. should avoid making a huge mistake: President Trump should attend the May 14–15 Belt and Road Forum in Beijing, China, to join other world leaders to discuss building great projects together. 38 more words


One Week Before the Beijing Summit, The World Orients Towards China's Belt and Road Initiative

July 2009, CRH5-001A, one of China’s high speed electric rail systems, in Beijing Railway Station. (photo: 颐园新居 / wikimedia / CC BY-SA 3.0)

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The Visionaries are Proving Right After All

Helga and Lyndon LaRouche speak at a Schiller Institute Conference in Germany. June, 2016.

Yesterday, exactly ten days before the opening of the Belt and Road Initiative world summit in Beijing, far-reaching changes for the better in the entire human condition have become immediate possibilities. 567 more words


Face the Economic Reality — LaRouche Was Right!


The United States and the trans-Atlantic financial system are right now plunging towards a financial blowout bigger than that of 2007-08. Today’s corporate debt bubble, at $14 trillion, is bigger than the $11 trillion mortgage bubble of 2007-08, and the 20% level of defaults projected for these debts today, is far greater than that actually experienced in mortgages a decade ago. 4,860 more words


Chinese Diplomat Invites US to Join New Silk Road

Meifang Zhang, the Deputy Consul General at the Chinese Consulate in New York, reiterated President Xi Jinping’s invitation to join the New Silk Road, at a conference hosted by the Schiller Institute in Manhattan on April 13, 2017, stating: “I want to quote President Xi as saying that China welcomes the United States to participate in cooperation within the Belt and Road framework. 45 more words