Executive Intelligence Review’s comprehensive study of the progress of the Eurasian Land-Bridge project which Lyndon and Helga LaRouche have championed for over 20 years, has finally been completed. The official release date is Dec. 1.
Lyndon and Helga Zepp-LaRouche in Mexico, 1982. For a full history of their decades long fight, see: LaRouche’s battle for a new international economic order.
The 374-page report, entitled “The New Silk Road Becomes the World Land-Bridge,” is nothing less than a conceptual, and often physical, “road-map” to a New World Economic Order. This path is currently being charted by the nations of the BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa), who are leading a dynamic of global optimism toward real economic development, complete with new credit institutions and major high-technology projects for uplifting all mankind.
After an introduction by Helga Zepp-LaRouche, the report lays out the “Metrics of Progress,” based on the economic scientific principles developed by renowned physical economist Lyndon LaRouche. It then proceeds region by region, beginning with China and Russia, to present the stunning progress, and plans, which have been made toward the Eurasian Land-Bridge design that the Chinese government laid out in 1996, and other nations have begun to rally behind in recent years.
World Land-Bridge Network—Key Links and Corridors.
Table of Contents
Part 1 • Introduction
The New Silk Road Leads to the Future of Mankind!
The Coming Fusion Power Economy on the Basis of Helium-3
An Explosion of BRICS Initiatives
World Land-Bridge Network—Key Links and Corridors
Part 2 • The Metrics of Progress
Energy-Flux Density: Global Measure of Economic Progress
The Principle of the Development Corridor
Financing the Global Land-Bridge 2064
Expand Nuclear Power for the World’s Survival
Solve the World Water Crisis
Appendix: Initiatives for Nuclear Desalination
Part 3 • China: Silk Road to Development and Peace
China Becomes a Model Among Nations: A Science-Driver Approach to Lift Up Mankind
China’s New Silk Road: Changing the Paradigm Toward Global Development
Appendix: China’s Silk Road – Pathway to a New Human Civilization
Part 4 • Russia’s Mission in North Central Eurasia and the Arctic
Russia, Eurasia’s Keystone Economy, Looks East
Tumen River Initiative: A Step for Peace in Northeast Asia
Part 5 • South and Central Asia: From Arc of Crisis to Corridors of Development
India Is Ready to Fulfill Its Legacy of Leadership
Bringing High-Technology Development to South Asia
Central Asia: Ending Geopolitics
Appendix: The Industrial Development of Afghanistan and Central Asia: A Russian Vision
Part 6 • Southwest Asia: Crossroads of the Continents
Southwest Asia and the Eurasian Land-Bridge
Part 7 • The Crucial Contributions of East and Southeast Asia
Japan Must Return to Leadership in Nuclear EnergyThe Mekong Development Project: A TVA for Southeast Asia
Thailand’s Kra Canal: Keystone for South Asian Development
Connecting Indonesia to the Eurasian Mainland
Part 8 • Australia—Driver for Pacific Development
A Vision To Bring Australia into the Land-Bridge Process
Part 9 • Europe—Western Pole of the New Silk Road
Germany: The Key to European Integration into the New Silk Road
Greece and a Marshall Plan for the Mediterranean
Italy: Build the Mezzogiorno, and a New Renaissance
Spain: The World Land-Bridge’s Bridge to African Development
Part 10 • Africa—Test for Global Progress
A Nuclear-Based Infrastructure Platform Is Necessary for Africa’s Future
Appendices: The Transaqua Project, Africa Pass
Part 11 • Bringing the Western Hemisphere On Board
Rediscovering the Americas
North America: Restoring the American System
President Kennedy Would Be Building the World Land-Bridge
Part 12 • Fighting for International Development
LaRouche’s 40-Year Record — Fighting for International Development
—Tennessee Valley Authority: Great Projects Make Great Nations
—Deng Xiaoping’s China Miracle
—The South Korea Model: How to Transform an Impoverished Nation into a Modern Economy
Part 13 • Epilogue
Dump Geopolitics, and Create a Future for Humanity
The report, complete with many full-color maps of its featured development corridors, will be available in PDF, for $200, and in hard copy, for $250.