To Ensure Peace, Mobilize to End the “Rules-Based Order”

From February 19-26, the International Court of Justice will be taking testimony in its review of the legality of Israel’s conduct in its occupation of Palestinian territories over the recent decades, pursuant to a request from the UN General Assembly submitted in December 2022. So far, 52 countries and groups are scheduled to speak, including the African Union, the League […]

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New LaRouche Organization Video on the Oasis Plan for the Middle East

The LaRouche Organization in the United States released a 14-minute video on Feb. 10 entitled The Oasis Plan –LaRouche’s Solution for the Middle East, which presents an illustrated update of the approach put forward by the late statesman Lyndon LaRouche in the 1970s. As LaRouche tirelessly stressed, bringing peace to the Middle East requires bringing economic development and eliminating the […]

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Vladimir Putin in His Own Words

There is no doubt that the interview Russian President Vladimir Putin gave to Tucker Carlson, released on Feb. 9, was a major international success, at least in terms of the size of the audience. In the first three days of its posting, more than 200 million views were recorded on various platforms. A fair assessment of its success was provided […]

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The Not-Unexpected Freakout over the Carlson Interview with Putin

Thanks to the interview with Tucker Carlson, Vladimir Putin’s voice was definitely heard in the Transatlantic world. And what has panicked his opponents is that hearing him undoubtedly has provoked many to think, especially outside the narrative imposed by the “Censorship Industrial Complex” in the West. The freakouts in the United States, the primary audience targeted by Carlson, speak volumes. […]

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German Manufacturers Fleeing “Toxic” Energy Costs

Germany and Italy represent together almost half of EU manufacturing output (45%). Figures for December 2023 for both countries show a deadly trajectory towards industrial collapse, mainly due to the effect of the sanctions on Russsia. Industrial production fell 1.5% on average in Germany, and 2.5% in Italy. This process of deindustrialization led the head of the German industrial association […]

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Farmer Demonstrations in Europe Continue to Spread and Broaden to Other Sectors

The spectacular actions staged for weeks now by farmers throughout Europe have succeeded in pushing back the EU’s “Green Deal”, and that is no minor accomplishment. But much more remains to be done. Meanwhile, the official farmers associations in some countries, after obtaining the promise of concessions, have suspended large-scale protests for the time being, but similar actions have spread […]

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What Can Be Done Now to Achieve a Ceasefire

The Schiller Institute statement goes on to propose immediate concrete actions that all citizens are encouraged to take to put an end to this situation. The first proposal is to hold demonstrations worldwide, either in front of government buildings and parliaments of the countries which have frozen funding for UNRWA, or in in front of the embassies or consulates of […]

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