The LaRouche Plan
The Basement Project
The Indian news daily, The Hindu, reported Thursday that Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's upcoming bilateral talks will focus on nuclear power. In September Chinese President Xi Jinping will be in New Delhi, and on September 30 Modi will be in Washington meeting with President Obama.
Battle lines are forming regarding the BRICS nations' decisions to operate two new $100 billion infrastructure investment and development banks over the next year...
Peter Morisi, a University of Maryland Smith School of Business professor has written this week in Breitbart that Fed Chair Janet Yellen is compounding mistakes made by Ben Bernanke and Tim Geithner by covering up evidence of real inflation. He warned yesterday that such actions will only drive Congress to impose political constraints on the Fed that will make matters even more chaotic.
Coming from the historic BRICS summit, Chinese President Xi Jinping arrived in Argentina Friday afternoon for a three-day visit, accompanied by a large delegation of 200 businessmen, to meet with President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner and sign 19 cooperation agreements in a variety of fields, including nuclear energy, infrastructure, communications, transportation, and agriculture.
Lyndon LaRouche today reiterated his July 19 warning that Congress must not leave Washington for recess until the urgent business of the nation has been accomplished.
Lyndon LaRouche today forcefully urged Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) and other Glass-Steagall sponsors to act immediately to push for Congressional debate and vote.
"Don't wait until the perfect moment when you think you have the votes lined up. You have to campaign to win. You fight to get it through because it has to be done."
A new report on the impact of the drought in California, was released last week by the University of California, Davis—one of the world's leading agriculture centers...
Within only hours after his return from the sixth BRICS summit in Brazil, South African Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene underscored the strategic significance of the BRICS New Development Bank, according to a report in the South African publication Engineering News.