LaRouche in China

 

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Executive Intelligence Review (EIR)
She explained how she and her husband, economist and statesman Lyndon LaRouche, had, with the break-up of the Soviet Union, expanded on the 
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Executive Intelligence Review (EIR)
Helga Zepp-LaRouche outlined the work of the Schiller Institute in ... Lyndon LaRouche developed the notion of negentropy to explain the laws of ...

 

 

The Schiller Institute | A New Paradigm for the Survival of ...
Helga Zepp-LaRouche in China. International Forum of the Cities of the Economic Belt along the New Silk Road

 

October, 2005,
LaRouche declares: "I'll get to China sometime"
from http://english.people.com.cn/200511/22/eng20051122_223153.html

 

From
www.larouchepub.com/other/2002/2933sino_strat.html
This article appears in the Aug. 30, 2002 issue of Executive Intelligence Review.

 

 

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LaRouche to Chinese Daily: Humanity Depends on Eurasian Development  

Post Date: 2005-12-10 11:14:46 by JoshuaRP_lym

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This interview feature appears in the December 9, 2005 issue of Executive Intelligence Review. LaRouche to Chinese Daily:

Humanity Depends on Eurasian DevelopmentOn Nov. 22, 2005, one day after President Bush concluded his visit to China,

 the government-controlled People's Daily published on its English-language website an interview with U.S. economist and

 statesman Lyndon LaRouche, published under eight subtopics. While LaRouche is by no means unknown to the readers

 of People's Daily (his economic and political comments are referred to regularly in its columns), this was perhaps the most

 sweeping exposé of his thinking and his activity yet to appear in a mainland Chinese ...

www.chinapages.com/bin/searchen. php?language=en&go=company&trade=0806

www.chinapages.com

Schiller Institute Washington,DC.US Schiller Institute, publisher of FIDELIO magazine, is active worldwide for LaRouche''s New Bretton Woods, Eurasian

www.chinaexcite.com/bin/search. pl?language=en&go=company&trade=0806

Schiller Institute
Washington,DC.US
  Schiller Institute, publisher of FIDELIO magazine, is active worldwide for LaRouche''s New Bretton Woods, Eurasian Landbridge Silk Road (2001), classical education and music, and Verdi tuning campaign, c=256HZ. Famous in fight for economic and social justice.

Dr. Bi Jiyao of the Academy of Macro-Economic Research, China at 2003 BadSchwallbach Schiller Inst. Conference

Mar2003_Reconstruct_bankrupt_World.htm

LaRouche Keynotes Conference On The Re-Emergence of China
... The press conference was opened by a leader of the Institute, Wang Chung Ping,
who announced that Lyndon LaRouche would be the keynote speaker. ...
larouchein2004.net/pages/ pressreleases/2002/020817chinaconf.htm

http://66.102.9.104/search?q=cache:n8f5OHBYATUJ:austria.indymedia.org/newswire/display_any/28711/index.php+%22michael+Liebig%22+%2B+wiesbaden+%2B+Adresse&hl=en

LaRouches Vorstellungen von einer "eurasischen Landbrücke" führen ihn auch wiederholt nach China.

Helga Zepp LaRouche, Schiller Institute Founder and Chairwoman, at the Eastern Terminal of the Landbridge,

in China, in 1996

peace.rolf-witzsche.com/bretton-woods/world-order2.html

"Bonn Forum: A Dialogue on Solving the World Crisis"
           Lyndon LaRouche: keynote: "The Alternative to Financial Crisis and a Third World War"
           Prof. Qian Jing, member of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Beijing: 
                          "Toward a Just World Order: a Chinese View"
           EIR Seminar. Bad Godesberg, Germany

       April 21, 1999

LaRouche Connection 2000

i-p-o.org/michigan-caucuses.htm

Mar. 13 2000
"International Observers Report on Michigan Democratic Primary"
Hunter Huang, president, National Association for China's Reunification.
National Press Club. Washington, DC              Mar. 13 2000




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