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It’s The Economy, Stupid: National Infrastructure Program Now!

Paul Gallagher, EIR Economics Editor, returns to our weekly webcast to discuss the urgent necessity of a multi-trillion dollar national infrastructure credit program, along with its contingent prerequisite, the restoration of Glass-Steagall. As Paul stated in the July 13 LaRouchePAC … Continue reading

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What New York City Can Learn from Africa

The “Summer of Hell” now afflicting New York City comes not from decades of overdue maintenance, but from decades of having no future plan for the next level of infrastructure! Just as Africa must develop by leaps, rather than through … Continue reading

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Lyndon LaRouche: Washington D.C. 1997 Presentation

  Lyndon LaRouche delivers a concise explanation of the principle behind the proposed development of the World Landbridge at a Washington D.C. conference, 1997.

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China and Japan Advancing Asia Paradigm With Putin’s Strategic Support

Russian President Vladimir Putin with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, 2014 Photo: Kremlin.ru   Japan and China have both announced significant new capital investments in critical infrastructure in the past days, that will further advance what Lyndon LaRouche and Helga … Continue reading

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The Eurasian Great Power Alliance: Bering Strait for Development

In a humorously alarmed headline today, the Vancouver Sun asks, “Is China planning a high-speed rail line to Canada?” China’s high-speed rail plans are everywhere now, and the Sun worries that now it is teaming up with Russia. The Newspaper … Continue reading

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Chinese Official Elaborates China’s Railway ‘Going Out’ Strategy

Wang Mengshu, of the Chinese Academy of Engineering, in an extensive interview with the Beijing Times, laid out the general strategy of China utilizing its growing expertise in high-speed rail construction to create a World Land-Bridge. It seems that China … Continue reading

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AFL-CIO President Trumka: China’s Transportation Network Improved, U.S.’s Stagnated

AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka testified before the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works Wednesday, on the “amazing” advances that China has made in its transportation infrastructure, while the U.S. has fallen far behind. Though nominally the subject was “reauthorization … Continue reading

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