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BRICS Summit Creates New Development Bank; Will the U.S. Now Dump Obama and Adopt LaRouche’s Four Laws?

The summit meeting of the five BRICS nations was held in Fortaleza, Brazil today, and issued the Fortaleza Declaration, which includes the historic announcement that Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa have agreed to form the New Development Bank … Continue reading

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BRICS Nations: ‘Great Nations Require Scientific and Technological Independence’

BRICS and “New Development Bank” as a Leading Institution for all Nations For all Nations outside of the North Atlantic “Death Zone” The government-owned China Daily celebrated today’s BRICS summit in Brazil with opinion pieces outlining the view of the … Continue reading

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Russian, Chinese Diplomatic Activity Around BRICS Summit Leaves Obama in the Dust

In the context of the July 15-16 BRICS summit in Fortaleza, Brazil, both Russian President Vladimir Putin and Chinese President Xi Jinping will be engaging in intense diplomatic activity in Brazil itself, during the summit, and then during pre- and … Continue reading

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North Korea Calls for a Federalist Reunification

Just days after the historic visit to South Korea by Chinese President Xi Jinping, North Korea has officially proposed that North and South Korea meet to agree on a set of principles for reunification, based on federalism. The document released … Continue reading

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Former Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Fraser: Break With The British Imperial Tradition and the Obama Asia Pivot

In his new book Dangerous Allies, released on May 1, former Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Fraser (1975-1983) has called for Australia to reassert its sovereignty and throw a monkey wrench into the British/Obama plans for thermonuclear world war by kicking … Continue reading

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Russia Counters Obama with Challenge: Shut Down Global Cocaine and Heroin Centers!

Russian Federal Drug Control Service (FDCS) head Victor Ivanov yesterday dramatized the insanity of the Obama Administration’s sanctions against Russia and the disruption of G-8 summit preparations, by holding a conference on “Countering the World Drug Program” in Moscow. The … Continue reading

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Senior European Parliament Anti-Drug Expert Arlacchi: Stop the Anti-Russia NGO Game!

European Parliament ranking foreign policy eminence Pino Arlacchi, who used to run the UN Narcotics Control office in Vienna, has issued a stinging denunciation of illusions and delusions associated with anti-Russia policy of the U.S. and EU. His article, “The … Continue reading

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Asean Happy To Cooperate For Development, But Shuns Confrontation At Japan Summit

The ten South East Asian countries of ASEAN held the 40th annual summit with Japan this weekend, and showed themselves very eager to cooperate with Japan for development of their regions, but paid only the mildest lip service to Japanese … Continue reading

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China and South Korea Push Southeast Asia Economic Links

Chinese Premier Li Ke-qiang and Thailand Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra visited a Chinese high-speed railway exhibition on Saturday in Bangkok during the Chinese premier’s official visit to Thailand. The exhibition highlights the development of China’s building a nationwide high-speed rail … Continue reading

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Political-Military Discussion Across the Taiwan Straits

China Daily reports that the Cross-Straits Peace Forum, involving think tanks from the Chinese mainland and Taiwan, has had an initial political dialogue in Shanghai, China. “This is the first time both sides are holding such large-scale discussions on political … Continue reading

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