A speech by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. to a private seminar in Berlin on March 6.
Why European Oligarchs Hate the U.S.A.
By Lyndon LaRouche. The keystone of the pathological trend toward moral decadence on both sides of the Atlantic, is the spread of the cult of "environmentalism." But there is a specifically oligarchical aspect to the way this phenomenon is experienced in Europe.
By Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov published this broad-ranging discussion of Russian foreign policy in Moskovskiye Novosti on March 3.
An article by Foreign Minister Lavrov in Rossiiskaya Gazeta on March 6 reflects on the anniversary of Sir Winston Churchill's famous speech in Fulton, Missouri.
Deeper Strategic Realities
Behind the `Iran Crisis'
EIR's seminar in Berlin on March 2 was the occasion for a lively debate on what to do about the world strategic and economic crisis.
A speech by Jürgen Hübschen, an independent Consultant for Peace-Keeping and Security Policy.
Lyndon LaRouche and Jürgen Hübschen respond to questions from the audience.
A speech by Clifford A. Kiracofe, Jr., a former Senior Professional Staff Member, U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee.
A speech by EIR's Michele Steinberg.
In Israeli Elections,
It's Shultz/Cheney vs. Sanity
After the victory of Hamas in the Palestinian elections, George Shultz and Dick Cheney are seeking to install an Israeli government over which they can exercise control. Such a government would be a coalition between the Kadima Party, now led by Ehud Olmert, and the Likud headed by Benjamin Netanyahu.
Fact vs. Fiction in the `Iran Crisis'
Roosevelt's Reconstruction Finance Corporation issued the credit which made possible recovery from the Depression, and the mobilization for World War II. This is a vital lesson to be learned by those today who claim that Lyndon LaRouche's proposals for productive credit generation are "not practical."
How the REA Deal Happened
The Defense Plant Corp.
Behind the Fairy Tale
`Locust Funds' Seizing
German Housing Sector
Bush's Budget Is Another
War and Austerity Budget
The Fiscal Year 2007 budget sent up to Capitol Hill by the Administration targets dozens of social safety net and public health and safety programs for spending reductions and outright elimination, while increasing spending for wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, as well as the "security" functions of government, especially homeland security.
Bush's Katrina Fiasco:
Is the U.S.A. Ready for
2006 Hurricane Season?
Gödel and Einstein:
The War Against Empiricism
Incompleteness: The Proof and Paradox of Kurt Gödel, by Rebecca Goldstein.
An Emergency Infrastructure Plan Now!