Italy, under Draghi, Becomes A Republic Based On Biodiversity

On Feb. 8, Italy became the first major industrialized country to include protection of biodiversity, ecosystems and animals in its Constitution. The change, promoted by “Ecological Transition” Minister Roberto Cingolani, was voted up by the Chamber of Deputies with only one nay and six abstentions, all from the opposition party Fratelli d’Italia. This will make it virtually impossible in the […]

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German Foreign Ministry: Geopolitics under the Guise of “Climate Protection”

German Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock has recruited none other the head of Greenpeace International, American national Jennifer Morgan, as her special envoy for international climate policy. Ms. Morgan has frequently taken part in the organization’s aggressive, high-profile campaigns, joining last year, for instance, 40 Greenpeace activists on kayaks, protesting against the Shell company’s oil drilling. But she has also had […]

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Schiller Institute and Russian International Affairs Council Address the Humanitarian Crisis in Afghanistan

A joint seminar sponsored by the Schiller Institute (SI) and the Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC) on Feb. 10 took up the challenge of how to overcome the deadly humanitarian crisis which threatens the lives of more than 23 million people in Afghanistan. The two opening statements, by Dr. Andrey Kortunov, the Director General of RIAC, and Helga Zepp-LaRouche, founder […]

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