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New Paradigm Moves Forward With ‘Singapore Model’: Dialogue, Not War!

The BRICS summit last week in South Africa demonstrated how far the New Silk Road spirit has spread, shaping relations between nations on the basis of mutual benefit. Under the leadership of China’s Xi, Russia’s Putin, and India’s Modi, thel … Continue reading

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Russia and China Set Dizzying Pace of BRICS Outreach

Russia is already setting the direction of its 2015 chairmanship of the BRICS, by emphasizing that it is “developing a number of major initiatives aimed at expanding investment cooperation” and other forms of “multilateral economic cooperation,” according to a RIA … Continue reading

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Brazil Presidential Race Turned Upside Down

The highly suspicious death of Brazilian Presidential candidate Eduardo Campos in an Aug. 14 plane crash, has thrown the upcoming Oct. 5 presidential elections into turmoil. Campos’s private jet crashed flying from Rio to the Sao Paulo area — supposedly … Continue reading

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China and Russia Offer a Winning Alternative: Helium-3

In just the past 48 hours, both China and Russia have advanced their concrete plans for the industrialization of the Moon for the mining of helium-3 and its export back to Earth. Lyndon LaRouche on Monday described these bold initiatives … Continue reading

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Argentine President’s Allusion to Glass-Steagall Reflects Breakdown of British Imperial Control

In a July 25 video address to an audience in the northern province of Chaco, to celebrate the opening of a new iron smelting plant, President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner made an unmistakable reference to the Glass-Steagall law— without naming … Continue reading

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Putin Speaks to Russia’s Security Situation

Amidst a grueling schedule of phone calls with foreign leaders and statements addressing the Ukraine crisis and the downing of MH17, Russian President Vladimir Putin yesterday held a session with the Russian Security Council, on the announced topic of “Russia’s … Continue reading

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Swiss Economist: BRICS Are {Casus Belli} for World War III

Commenting today on the BRICS summit decision, Swiss economist Alfonso Tuor wrote that this is considered a casus belli from the U.S.A. and warned against the threat of world war. “As I wrote already on July 9, those steps mark … Continue reading

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BRICS Developments, July 23rd, 2014

The Importance of BRICS Bank Is Slowly Sinking In After a spate of articles trashing the BRICS proposed New Development Bank that appeared in the western press, some pundits have now begun to acknowledge the importance of setting up the … Continue reading

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South Africa Finance Minister Emphasizes Strategic Significance of BRICS Development Bank

Within only hours after his return from the sixth BRICS summit in Brazil, South African Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene underscored the strategic significance of the BRICS New Development Bank, according to a report in the South African publication Engineering News. … Continue reading

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Impact of BRICS Summit Begin To Break Out in East Asia

The paradigm-shifting importance of this week’s BRICS summit in Brazil and its joint announcement of the New Development Band (NDB) and the currency fund, is beginning to break out in East Asia. China, of course, has given the events and … Continue reading

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