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China Asserts “Inalienable Right to Development”

China has issued a major white paper, The Right to Development: China’s Philosophy, Practice and Contribution. In it China asserts that there is an “an inalienable right” for countries and people to develop. 597 more words

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Congress of Peruvian Economists Issues Conclusions: "We share Zepp-LaRouche's Perspective on World Development"

Helga Zepp-LaRouche during Q & A at a Schiller conference in Essen, Germany. Photo: Chance McGee

In a document summarizing the results of the Nov. 17-19 XXIII national congress of the Peruvian Association of Economists, Roberto Vela Pinedo, the Dean of the Association of Economists of Ucayali (which hosted the event), wrote: 420 more words

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Interview with Paul Gallagher: Financing a Recovery

Jason Ross sits down with EIR’s Paul Gallagher to discuss how to finance the trillions of dollars required for a U.S. recovery, taking up questions that have come in from activists and from YouTube. 40 more words

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Only Global Solutions, Based on New Principles, Can Work

The World Land-bridge concept developed by Lyndon and Helga Zepp-LaRouche.

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Any frank assessment of the global situation at this moment must begin with a clear recognition that the entire trans-Atlantic financial system is hopelessly bankrupt, and must be replaced by an entirely new architecture. 424 more words

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Zepp-LaRouche Keynotes 23rd National Congress of the Association of Economists of Peru

Schiller Institute founder Helga Zepp-LaRouche delivered the following keynote address to the XXIII National Congress of the Association of Economists of Peru, held in Pucallpa, Ucayali, in the Amazon region of Peru. 87 more words

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Interview: U.S.-Philippine Relations in the New Paradigm

EIR’s Mike Billington interviews Founder of the Philippine Save the Nation Movement, Butch Valdez, on the potential for renewed U.S.-Philippine relations under President Duterte and a Donald Trump Presidency. 29 more words

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