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Jane's Defence Weekly reports the signing of a military agreement between Turkey and Britain on November 23, during a three-day visit by President Abdullah Gül to London. This agreement follows the strategic partnership agreement signed in Ankara by Turkish Prime Minister Recep Erdogan and his British counterpart, David Cameron, in July 2010.
Lyndon LaRouche and members of the Basement scientific team of the LaRouche Political Action Committee were featured speakers, via prerecorded video presentations, at today's opening sessions of a two-day conference held at the Moscow State Institute for International relations (MGIMO), the university of the Russian Foreign Ministry. MGIMO is Moscow's second most prominent university.
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JOHN HOEFLE: Hello, welcome to the LaRouche PAC Weekly Report for Nov. 23rd, 2011. I'm John Hoefle, and with me in the studio today are Alicia Cerretani, of LPAC TV, Sky Shields of the Basement, and Lyndon LaRouche. So, Alicia, what do you have for us?
A political firestorm broke out in Ireland Nov. 17 when Reuters reported that a German budget committee had seen documentation that Ireland's government intends to raise the top rate of the VAT tax — a "fact" not yet discussed in the Irish Dail.
President Dmitry Medvedev said on Wednesday that Russia will aim its missiles at US missile defense sites in Europe if Washington fails to address Russian concerns on its missile defense plans.
India's Prime Minister Manmohan Singh is expected to visit Iran next month. His decision to visit Tehran was made in September when he met Iranian President Ahmedinejad in New York during the UN General Assembly. It is interesting to note that the trip is still on, despite the issuance of war cries against Iran by President Obama and his henchmen.
The following was transcribed Nov. 14 from the prerecorded video for today's conference at MGIMO, the Russian Foreign Ministry's university, on "Practical Analysis of Problems in the Post-Crisis Development of the World Economy." It was shown at the plenary session this morning.
November 24, 2011
The same day Russian anti-drug chief Victor Ivanov told U.S. policy-makers gathered at the CSIS in Washington that international cooperation in imposing a "Glass Steagall" policy could crush global drug trafficking, a policy long advocated by U.S. statesman Lyndon LaRouche, the British House of Lords was hosting an international conference to review a revamped U.N.