Tag Archives: Europe

Italian Brexit: Joining the New Paradigm Belt and Road Beats Brussels

  Addressing a March 13 Milan conference on “Italy and the New Silk Road,” Schiller Institute founder Helga Zepp-LaRouche put on the table a strategic perspective for the rapid unification of a now-disintegrating Europe around its participation in the development … Continue reading

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Europe Should Become a Leader of the Belt and Road Initiative

From 2014, Chinese President Xi Jinping shakes hands with visiting former Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi in Beijing. 2014 [Photo/Xinhua]   The current very public dispute over whether Italy will sign an MOU with China regarding the Belt and Road … Continue reading

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China’s “Silk Road Spirit” Inspires France’s Macron: Will it Reach Berlin and Brussels?

Join us for this week’s Schiller Institute webcast, featuring Helga Zepp-LaRouche. In opening a three-day visit to China, French President Emmanuel Macron declared that, with the reinvention of the ancient Silk Road, which he called a “treasure of civilization,” China … Continue reading

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Open Letter To President Donald Trump In Defense of Columbus

Statue of Italian explorer Christopher Columbus at Columbus Circle, New York. Photo: faungg’s photos   by Liliana Gorini, Chairwoman, Movisol President Donald Trump The White House Washington, D.C. Mr. President: As an Italian citizen and chairwoman of Movisol, Lyndon LaRouche’s … Continue reading

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Cheminade’s Presidential Bid Validated by the Constitutional Council

The French Constitutional Council announced on March 18 the 11 Presidential candidates who had each received at least 500 duly validated “presentations” from elected officials throughout the country — and Jacques Cheminade is among them, after a hard-fought battle by … Continue reading

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LaRouche’s Influence: The Increasing Force of Glass-Steagall

Seen here in 1933, President Franklin D. Roosevelt signs the Social Security Act into Law. (LOC)   DOWNLOAD PDF Interesting comments on both sides of the Atlantic over the weekend reflected the increasing likelihood of the restoration of the Glass-Steagall … Continue reading

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With Which Germany, Can Europe Have a Future?

Angela Merkel and world leaders meet at the G20 meeting in Australia, 2014. [Photo: Agência Brasil/Roberto Stuckert Filho]   DOWNLOAD PDF For the past two weeks we have put forward — as an indispensable action to be taken, now, in … Continue reading

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Steinmeier: Opposition to Russia Sanctions May Stop Them in July

The opposition against the extension of the anti-Russian sanctions has increased within the EU, and it would be very difficult to achieve a common approach on the issue, German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier said in an interview with the Berlin-based … Continue reading

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Our Job is to Keep Fighting, and Build Up Things We Can Build Up

In a March 9 discussion with the LaRouchePAC Policy Committee, Lyndon LaRouche characterized the campaign to disrupt the BRICS group as follows. It’s British. Now, look at the condition. There are certain facts here which are very clear. First of … Continue reading

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BRICS Offer World ‘Win-win Cooperation’ on Security, As Well as Economics

  In much the same fashion that Chinese President Xi Jinping used his Nov. 12 joint press conference with Barack Obama at the APEC summit, to “welcome the active participation of the United States and other relevant countries, so that … Continue reading

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