Schiller Institute Conference Special Conference Report “The Urgent Need for a New Paradigm in International Relations”

The Schiller Institute held an extraordinary conference on June 30-July 1 in Bad Soden, Germany, bringing together representatives from 35 different countries to deliberate on the ways to put a definitive end to geopolitics and base international relations on win-win economic cooperation. Contrary to the multitude of other conferences on similar themes, many participants observed, those of the Schiller Institute are unique in that they are focused on finding concrete solutions to the problems and not just palabras. What became clear to all over the course of the two days, its that no solution is possible within the old paradigm – be it with regard to the war danger, the financial collapse, or the migrant crisis.Hier   weiterlesen

Schiller Institute Seminar in Sweden Cuts Through Disinformation on the Belt and Road Initiative

“The Significance of China’s Belt and Road Initiative for World Economic Development” was the theme of a seminar hosted in Stockholm on May 30 by the Schiller Institute, the Chinese Chamber of Commerce in Sweden, and China Eastern Airlines, with the support of the Embassy of China and the China Cultural Center and in cooperation with the China-Sweden Business Council.Hier   weiterlesen

Stop the Genocide in Yemen! Schiller Institute Rep Addresses Conference in Geneva

On the sidelines of the ongoing UN Human Rights Council Session in Geneva, extraordinary seminars examined the dire situation in Yemen, which the UN has called the worst humanitarian catastrophe in the world. Elke Fimmen of the Schiller Institute addressed a seminar on the sanctions on March 13, sponsored by the Organization for Defending Victims of Violence (ODVV) on March 13, and jointly organized with the German human rights organization “INSAN for Human Rights and Peace”.Hier   weiterlesen

New German Book Recognizes Pioneer Role of EIR in Designing the New Silk Road

A book published in December, 2017 in Germany, entitled in English translation China’s New Silk Road – Cooperation rather than Isolation – Role change in world trade, quotes EIR as a precursor and source of the New Silk Road policy. The authors, Professors Wolf D. Hartmann, Wolfgang Maennig, and Run Wang, hope through their contribution is to influence in a positive direction the debate on China in Germany. Interestingly, the book was published by the influential Frankfurter Allgemeine Buch publishing house, which is linked to the leading news daily of the same name.Hier   weiterlesen

Helga Zepp-LaRouche Featured in a People’s Daily Online Video on China’s Future

On the eve of the 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China which began on Oct. 18 in Beijing, People’s Daily prepared a fast-moving four minute video giving the answers of 60 young Americans to what they think of China and its future prospects. The video features the assessment of Helga Zepp-LaRouche, the founder of the Schiller Institute, presenting her as the authority among those interviewed.Hier   weiterlesen

Webcast with Helga Zepp-LaRouche on Oct. 12: Replace Geopolitics with the New Silk Road

On Thursday, October 5, at 6 pm CET, Helga Zepp LaRouche inaugurated a weekly English-language webcast on the Schiller Institute website, at the request of many key players in politics and economics internationally, as well as Schiller Institute friends worldwide. She brought to the attention of citizens throughout the world the incredible new dynamic which has been unleashed around China’s Belt-and-Road Initiative (BRI).Hier   weiterlesen

Yemen’s Foreign Minister Sends Message of Gratitude to Schiller Institute, Helga Zepp-LaRouche

The Foreign Minister of Yemen, Eng. Hisham Sharaf, sent a letter to Helga-Zepp LaRouche and all members of the international LaRouche Movement, expressing gratitude for the campaign they have been waging to stop the war of aggression on Yemen and calling for integrating Yemen into the New Silk Road paradigm. The minister had been given the LaRouche statement personally on Sept. 13 by Fouad Al-Ghaffari, the chairman of the Yemeni Advisory Office for Coordination with the BRICS.Hier   weiterlesen

People’s Daily Covers Transaqua Project to Refill Lake Chad, Highlighting the Role of the LaRouche Movement

The People’s Daily online of China published a lengthy report on Aug. 21 on the increased prospects for the long-planned “Transaqua” great infrastructure project, which would transform Lake Chad and sub-Saharan Africa. The article by Kimeng Hilton Ndukong points to the role of Lyndon LaRouche and his international political movement in bringing together the forces needed to move the plans forward. It also places this crucial water and power project in the context of China’s Belt and Road Initiative, or “New Silk Road,” in which Helga and Lyndon LaRouche’s historic role was highlighted Aug. 20 in an article in China Daily USA.Hier   weiterlesen

China Daily USA Reports on Life Work of Schiller Institute Chair Helga Zepp-LaRouche and Her Husband

The Aug. 18 edition of China Daily USA features a full-length profile of Helga Zepp-LaRouche by the newspaper’s U.S. correspondent Chen Weihua, entitled “Identifying With China” and with the kicker “Helga Zepp-LaRouche sees Belt and Road Initiative as fulfilling lifelong pursuit by her and her U.S. political activist husband, Lyndon LaRouche.” The article first discusses Zepp-LaRouche’s first extensive visit to China as a young journalist during the period of the Cultural Revolution, when she met some Chinese who spoke German and who were “kind”, but “people were not happy at all”.Hier   weiterlesen

The Hope to Revive Lake Chad Could Become Reality under New Italo-Chinese Agreement

The feasibility of one of the largest infrastructure projects ever envisioned for Africa, dubbed Transaqua, will soon be studied under the historic agreement reached between the Italian engineering firm Bonifica Spa and Power China, one of China’s largest multinationals.Hier   weiterlesen