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President Xi Introduces 'Hangzhou Consensus" to the International Press

Speaking at a press conference at the conclusion of the exciting Hangzhou G20 Summit, President Xi presented what he labeled the “Hangzhou Consensus,” by means of which China has effectively shifted the policy orientation of the G20 from that of a crisis-response “talk shop,” into an instrument that can provide a “new path of economic development” for the world based on a push for scientific and technological innovation. 509 more words

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Neo-Con Realist Calls for U.S. Cooperation on China's Belt and Road Policy

An interesting article in the September-October issue of Foreign Affairs, the publication of the Council on Foreign Relations, chides the U.S. government for attempting to ignore the Chinese One Belt, One Road Initiative. 592 more words

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How to Unleash Mankind's Productivity: A New Economic Order (including transcript)

Tonight we are joined by a special guest, Paul Gallagher, economics editor for Executive Intelligence Review, who will present the clear and urgent choice which Americans must make to abandon the failed economics of Obama’s near-zero growth policies and decisively join the new economic order being initiated by China. 7,477 more words

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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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