The Needed Victory over the New Fascism

The world witnessed two major events on May 9: the traditional parade in Moscow, on the anniversary of the victory over Nazism in WWII, and the simultaneous Europe Day in Strasbourg. Two events, two world views: the geopolitical conception of “blocs” armed against each other vs. international law based on sovereign nations. The irony is that whereas weapons were exhibited […]

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The EU’s Self-Destructive Energy Bluff

The European Union announced the sixth round of sanctions against Russia last week which, like the previous five, is supposed to “destroy” the Russian capacity to finance the war in Ukraine. But, if approved, it will help destroy the European economies. The new sanctions are imposed on 58 individuals, among whom alleged Bucha criminals, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov’s family and […]

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Anti-War Voices Gaining Ground in Germany

An online petition against Western escalation of the war in Ukraine, that quickly gathered over a quarter of a million signatures last week, has helped shift the balance in the public debate in Germany against the war party. Signed by 28 senior intellectuals and artists, the open letter to Chancellor Scholz warns an uncontrolled spiral toward nuclear war. The main […]

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New Poll Indicates 75% of Austrians Oppose Joining NATO

Despite the tremendous hype about NATO being the only rampart against autocracies and totalitarianism, only 14% of Austrians polled are in favor of their country joining the military alliance, while 75% are against, according to the results of a poll commissioned by the Austrian Press Agency that were announced last week. The respondents are thus very much in favor of […]

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EIR Presents the Alternative to Schachtian Economics in Zurich

On May 7, SAS co-editor Claudio Celani was invited to give a presentation for the “Bürger für Bürger” (Citizens for the Citizens) organization in the vicinity of Zürich, Switzerland, on the connections between the economy, climate policies and war. At the well-attended event, Celani was introduced by BfB chairman Dr. Markus Erb, who spoke of the war in Ukraine and […]

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Africa Needs Abundant Energy, Including Nuclear Power

An enthusiastic appeal for bringing Africa into the 21st Century was presented at the April 9 Schiller Institute conference by Princy Mthombeni, a young woman from the “beautiful country called South Africa”. Ms. Mthombeni is Nuclear Communication Specialist and Founder of Africa4Nuclear, an advocacy campaign that promotes nuclear to contribute to transforming the continent “into a global powerhouse of the […]

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Heavy Weapons to Ukraine: Has the Bundestag Gone Mad?

In an article dated April 30, Schiller Institute chairwoman Helga Zepp-LaRouche wrote: “The irresponsible and highly dangerous decision of the German government and Bundestag to give in to the pressure from the U.S. government, NATO, and the warmongers in their own ranks, and agree to deliver heavy weapons to Ukraine, must immediately be reversed! It represents an acute danger for […]

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