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Volume 41, Number 46, November 21, 2014

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China at APEC: West Should Join Us on the New Silk Road  

by Helga Zepp-LaRouche

The rapid pace of positive change in the world, since the July summit of the BRICS countries in Brazil, took another qualitative step forward at the summit of the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) forum last week in Beijing. Chinese President Xi Jinping’s agenda not only dominated the dynamics of the summit; at the G-20 summit in Brisbane, Australia, on Nov. 15-16, the new leading role of the BRICS countries is also in sharp contrast with the outdated model of trans-Atlantic member states, including President Obama’s promotion of geopolitical confrontation.

One Man’s Collapse...  

by Paul Gallagher

Undoubtedly, today’s top news was that the Chinese economy collapsed!

LaRouche PAC Webcast: Global Sea-Change  

An excerpt from the Nov. 14 webcast, featuring a review of recent economic initiatives by the BRICS countries.

National

A ‘Symbiotic Pathology’ Threatens U.S. Survival  

by Nancy Spannaus

Sen. Tim Kaine (D-Va.), in a Nov. 12 speech in Washington, identified a “symbiotic pathology between Executive overreach and Congressional abdication,” over the question of the constitutional authority to declare war.

The Untold Story of 9/11: A Veterans Day Luncheon with Senator Bob Graham  

by Matthew Ogden

Senator Graham was the featured speaker at a Veterans Day event in Naples, Florida, where he was joined by leaders of the 9/11 families, Broward Bulldog editor Dan Christensen, and constitutional attorney Tom Julin.

Release the 28 Pages, Expose Saudi 9/11 Role  

by Matthew Ogden

An interview with former Sen. Bob Graham, co-chair of the Congressional Joint Inquiry into 9/11.

New York City Schiller Celebration Challenges U.S. ‘Wall’ of Pessimism  

by Dennis Speed

The Schiller Institute held a celebration Nov. 8-9, commemorating the three-fold occasion of the 25th anniversary of the Fall of the Berlin Wall, the 255th birthday of Friedrich Schiller, and the 30th anniversary year of the Schiller Institute.

If You Are Marching, You Better Be Singing’  

by Ramsey Clark

International

Exposing the Big Lie: U.S., NATO Maneuvers Show Intention for Global War  

While the Western media scream about Russia’s and China’s alleged provocations for war with the West, U.S. and NATO military maneuvers over the past month reflect just the opposite. It is the West, dominated by British geopolitical thinking, that is preparing for war, even nuclear war.

Feature

Integrating the Nile Basin with Modern Transport  

by Hussein Askary and Dean Andromidas

The fourth and final part of a series on the Nile Basin and East Africa, aimed at showing the tremendous potential for peace and prosperity in Africa, and also that the shovels are now in the ground, and beginning construction of great projects, for the first time in decades.

Science

Science Drivers To Promote the Common Aims of Mankind  

This concludes our publication of selected speeches from the Schiller Institute’s Oct. 18-19 “New Silk Road” conference in Frankfurt, Germany.

Lunar Helium-3 for a Fusion-Powered Future  

by Jason Ross

Jason Ross works in the United States with the LaRouche PAC Science Team.

Nuclear Power and the New Silk Road  

by Wangsou Wu

Dr. Wu is Dean of the School of Nuclear Science & Technology at Lanzhou University, China.

Germany’s Next Fifty Years  

by Toni Kästner

Toni Kästner is chairman of Fusions-Energie-Forum e.V. in Germany.

A Greeting from Malaysia  

by Chandra Muzaffar

Chandra Muzaffar is the president of the International Movement for a Just World in Malaysia.

Editorial

China’s Gift to Mankind  

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