The key role of the Schiller Institute and its Chair Helga Zepp-LaRouche in shaping the “new paradigm”, in particular in the United States, is increasingly recognized internationally, and has enjoyed major media coverage in Russia and in China. Thus, the Russian news agency TASS chose to feature the assessment of Zepp-LaRouche regarding the first meeting of the Russian and U.S. Presidents, in a July 9 article headlined “Expert View: Anti-Russia Campaign in U.S.A. Failed To Block Success of Putin-Trump Meeting.”
As it now looks, the G20 summit which is to begin tomorrow in Hamburg, Germany, will likely not adhere to the agenda the host country has planned to impose. The first bilateral face to face meeting between Russian President Putin and U.S. President Trump could turn out to be the defining factor of global strategic picture, especially if the two heads of state establish good relations, in spite of the escalation of “Russiagate” in the United States.
“The atmosphere could hardly have been more uneasy between Chancellor Angela Merkel und U.S. President Donald Trump during her visit to the White House. No handshake for the cameras, next to no eye contact, strained faces for both of them. Not only is there no chemistry between them, but it is obvious that in the current trans-Atlantic geometry, no solution for the tensions can be found. There is nonetheless, a way out in sight, but it can only be found on a totally different, higher level: the win-win cooperation with China and the New Silk Road, which the United States and Germany have both been invited to join.”