November 1st 2013 • 8:00PM

The seventh and final question from the November 1st webcast.

A conference on trans-Pacific development organized by your associates is about to commence in Los Angeles. How would you address the recent trans-Pacific initiatives for a New Silk Road, nuclear power development, and fusion research, as part of our continuing organizing for this perspective?

10:14
October 4th 2013 • 8:00PM

The fifth question from the October 4th webcast.

Would you agree that an Apollo-style program, as proposed by the American Security Project, for fusion power is the right approach?

10:05
August 30th 2013 • 8:00PM

The fourth question from the August 30th webcast:

With a new Glass-Steagall, etc., what is your assessment of the possibility of implementing fusion power? What role would that play in international relations?

6:16
September 23rd 2013 • 12:20AM

Following upon the release of "Nuclear NAWAPA XXI: Gateway to the Fusion Economy," here we explore a case study featured in that report more in depth: the proposal to build a Kra Canal across Thailand, a good candidate for construction using peaceful nuclear explosions. This is a real "Asia Pivot," typifying the concept of peace through development, contrary to the Obama Administration policy in the region.

41:40
August 30th 2013 • 8:00PM

The seventh and final question from the August 30th Webcast:

6:03
LPAC Weekly Report
May 4th 2011 • 4:46PM

Please see That Which Could Not Be Sustained for more background on the writing that Lyndon LaRouche cites at the beginning of the discussion.

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