The LaRouche Plan
The Basement Project
Hear from Australia's Craig Isherwood on the fight to once and for all bury the British Empire's 'green' experiment and reclaim the nation and continent of Australia for productive physical development.
Bankrupt Europe lectures Argentina on economic policy. Spain makes threats over the nationalization of the petroleum company YPF. Meanwhile, young professionals are fleeing Spain en masse and settling in Argentina, where they have opportunities in the fields of science and technology.
Büeso candidate for Mayor in Berlin, Stefan Tolksdorf, speaks on German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schäuble's endorsement of the Angelides Report.
The IMF is pleased with Obama’s State of the Union address, and praise Spain as a model for getting serious about deep cuts-- lets have a look at that, shall we?
Portia Tarumbwa-Strid, Vice President of the Schiller Institute interviews EIR's Hussein Askary on this weekend's referendum on the secession of Southern Sudan.
As the news spreads that the 'bail-in' scheme is a template for the rest of the transatlantic nations, including the United States, warnings from abroad continue to come in from Europe: reinstate Glass-Steagall or the people will perish. In this interview, Claudio Celani, Deputy head of the Italian LaRouche movement, provides a picture from Italy.
Denmark just became an example for all European nations, as it has followed the U.S. Angelides Commission by announcing majority support in the Parliament for creating an independent Danish financial crisis inquiry commission.
Anything can happen in a mass strike period of history. Brian Cowens Irish government just toppled, days after boasting that he would lead his party to victory in the next election. Sinn Féin is now leading the opposition in Ireland to the inter-alpha group of banks and the British Empire, and the sudden fall of such a fragile government should act as a warning to Obama.
Jacques Cheminade, founder and president of Solidarite et Progrès and current French presidential candidate, and Christine Bierre, editor of the French biweekly Nouvelle Solidarité, were among a handful of international guests invited to participate in the commemoration of the 50 years anniversary of Niger's independence.