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Includes over 50 detailed graphs and charts and studies of:

  • High-technology infrastructure development corridors

  • China and Europe as Eurasia's development poles

  • Crucial infrastructure projects in China

  • The Eurasian Land-bridge and development around the great ocean basins

  • Financing an economic miracle: Hamiltonian credit generation

  • The Eurasian Land-bridge and the economic reconstruction of the United States

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Table of Contents

  • Part 1.
    Introduction:
    China and the future of the world economy
  • Part 2.
    The strategy for the 'New Silk Road'
    • A conference in Beijing sets the stage for the 21st century
    • Secure peace through common development
      Song Jian
    • The start of a new economic era for a new civilization
      Rui Xingwen
    • Iran: a strategic bridge between East and West
      A. Broujerdi
    • Building the Silk Road Land-Bridge
      Helga Zepp LaRouche
    • History of the new Eurasian Continental Bridge
      Ma Hong
    • Further presentations from the Beijing conference
  • Part 3.
    High-technology infrastructure development corridors:
    locomotives for a Eurasian economic miracle
    • What is an infrastructure development corridor?
    • Technology for the Eurasian infrastructure development corridors
  • Part 4.
    The network of the Eurasian Land-Bridge
    • China and Europe as Eurasia's development poles
    • Crucial infrastructure projects in China
    • Europe: The 'Productive Triangle'must be implemented!
    • The southern Eurasian corridors
    • Russia: The northern bridge between East and West
    • The Eurasian Land-Bridge anddevelopment around the great ocean basins
  • Part 5.
    The world financial crisis and its solution
    • Financial AIDS: The systemic crisis of the world financial and economic order
    • Financing an economic miracle: Hamiltonian credit generation
    • Productive credit generation: Examples from U.S. history
  • Part 6.
    Essential principles of physical economy
    • What is physical economy?
    • 'Post-industrial' utopia or universal economic growth and development: How 3 billion jobs can be created
    • Productive credit generation: Examples from U.S. history
    • Millions of new jobs through science and technology: An historical perspective
  • Part 7
    The industrial capabilities needed for Eurasian development and world economic recovery: The example of Germany
    • Germany: Industry-builder for Eurasia
    • Machine-tool design: the brains of profit
      by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
    • The crucial role of the 'Mittelstand' in the economy of postwar Germany
  • Part 8
    The British Empire's battle to destroy Eurasian development
  • Part 9
    The Eurasian Land-Bridge and the economic reconstruction of the United States

297 pages $200
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