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Part VII: Principles of Fundamental Scientific Discovery

Discovering LaRouche’s Method:
A New York Class Series on Economics

“Physical Economy, economic science, is the principle of fundamental scientific discovery comprehended in these terms of reference; the scope of economic science, properly defined, extends from the final measure of scientific knowledge, at the end of the production line, backwards to the fundamental scientific discoveries upon whose continued proliferation the continuation of the process of production depends. 31 more words


Helga Zepp-LaRouche Comments on Merkel's Visit to the White House

“The atmosphere could hardly have been more uneasy between Chancellor Angela Merkel and U.S. President Donald Trump during her visit to the White House. No handshake for the cameras, next to no eye contact, strained faces for both of them. 317 more words


Asia Times Column Highlights Schiller 2016 Berlin Conference

A column by George Koo in the Asia Times of March 13, recommends to the Trump Administration, a presentation given by Daisuke Kotegawa at the June 2016 Berlin Conference of the Schiller Institute on the New Silk Road. 284 more words


U.S. Must Play Its Part in the Belt and Road Symphony

The Trump Presidency needs to be a part of this. The BRICS leaders meet in China on the sidelines of the G20 summit in China, September 2016. 774 more words


The Paradox of Economic Value

What is economic value? Neoliberal economics has no good answer, but Lyndon LaRouche does! We cover some basic economic paradoxes and concepts of LaRouche’s economic outlook, such as productivity, energy flux density, potential population density, and capital intensity. 22 more words


China Wealth Fund Wants To Turn Treasuries to U.S. Infrastructure

In a speech to the Asia Financial Forum in Hong Kong Monday, China Investment Corporation chairman Ding Xuedong said that CIC wants to change its holdings of U.S. 238 more words