In an article written on Sept. 21, Helga Zepp-LaRouche, the chairwoman of the Schiller Institute blasts the current German government and calls for cooperation with the Belt and Road Initiative, in particular to develop Africa.
Donald Trump, in his election campaign and after his election, strongly opposed the policy of “permanent wars” and of “regime change” that the neo-conservatives in the Anglo-American world had successfully pushed through for decades. He repeatedly called for establishing good working relations with Russia and China, and ending the senseless military interventions abroad.
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.”