The LaRouche Plan
The Basement Project
India's Mars orbiter, which is scheduled to be captured by Mars' orbit on Wednesday, September 24th, carried out a critical test earlier today when its engine was successfully fired for 4 seconds, after having been idled for 300 days, en route to Mars.
In speeches addressed to Bolivian youth in two different cities Sept. 18, Bolivian President Evo Morales and his Vice President Alvaro Garcia Linera emphasized that the nation’s future lies in its “scientific liberation,” that will reduce its dependence on foreign technology while educating thousands of scientists, engineers, teachers...
Schiller Institute founder Helga Zepp-LaRouche has issued a call for a global emergency conference with a single theme: How should a global, inclusive security architecture be designed, which will guarantee the existence and security of all nations on this planet?
The transcript for this week's Friday Webcast featuring Mr. LaRouche
The U.S. Drought Monitor for September 10, showed no change in the proportions of the state in various categories of drought. That may change slightly next week; a week ago the Southeast portion of the state experienced heavy rain as a spin-off from a recent Pacific hurricane. But, the record temperatures being set this week ensure that the increasing intensity of the drought will continue.
In an intense discussion with associates on Sunday, Lyndon LaRouche insisted on asking: “What must we now do, which is urgent that we do right now, and which will lead to a disaster if we don’t do it?” ...
Pope Francis warmly greeted Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner and a large delegation Saturday at his Santa Marta residence in Rome, and, in the private luncheon with her which followed, discussed several issues of concern to both, according to a press release issued by the President’s office. ...
Although the Scottish independence referendum supported remaining in the United Kingdom with a 55% vote, the referendum itself has big implications for the entire U.K., and will contribute to a tumultuous situation over months and years to come. ...
The solid steps toward a new, and deeper, partnership on economic and strategic issues, taken by Chinese President Xi and Indian Prime Minister Modi in New Delhi Sept. 17-18, not only portend a brighter future for all mankind, but are truly the realization of the British Monarchy's worst nightmare...