With just over one week to the opening of the Belt and Road Forum in Beijing, the English language edition of China Daily USA featured on May 5 an article citing Schiller Institute founder Helga Zepp-LaRouche, calling on the United States President to participate in the event. The article by Wang Linyan datelined New York was headlined “Trump Encouraged to Attend Belt-Road Forum”.
The Russian news agency Sputnik spoke with the chairwoman of the Schiller Institute Helga Zepp-LaRouche on April 5, concerning the two-day summit which was to begin the next day between Presidents Xi Jinping and Donald Trump.
On March 15, Schiller Institute Chairwoman Helga Zepp-LaRouche was invited to speak on the theme of “The Surprises of the Year 2017, from the Standpoint of Global Politics” by the Kiwanis Club in the of the Austrian city of Linz. The over 100 guests were first greeted by Kiwanis Club president Gerhard Hölzmüller, before Zepp-LaRouche gave an overview of the major strategic changes in the world brought about by China’s initiative of the New Silk Road, which the mainstream media have in large part ignored or scarcely covered.
A conference on the “Forgotten War Crimes in Yemen” was held in Berlin on Feb. 25 at the initiative of Yemeni citizens living in Germany, to raise awareness of the urgent need to put an end to what is clearly the mass murder of the Yemenite people. Two representatives of the Schiller Institute spoke on the topic “Stop the genocide, peace through development”, bringing in the role Yemen can play in the New Silk Road perspective. They also read a statement from Helga Zepp-LaRouche, the president of the Schiller Institute, which we publish below.
In an article written on Feb. 11 for Neue Solidarität, Helga Zepp-LaRouche goes through the new alliances among the United States, China, Russia, Japan that are being forged, and that could potentially usher in a new era in history. Those alliances became very much apparent in the telephone call between President Trump with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin, then in the cordial exchanges between Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping and in the visit of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to the United States.