Executive Intelligence Review; Volume 42, Issue 2

Executive Intelligence Review; Volume 42, Issue 2 : Published January 9, 2015

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From the Editors: "In view of the existential dangers that threaten humanity today, one thing is certain: We must make the leap to overcome the purported interests of geopolitics, and to unite around the higher vantage point which all astronauts, cosmonauts, and taikonauts have expressed. With the perspective of astronauts viewing the Earth from space, it is in fact possible to regard humanity as a unity, which lives on a tiny planet in a very large Solar System, which is part of a much larger galaxy, among billions of galaxies. "The above perspective, expressed by Helga Zepp-LaRouche in the leading strategic article of this issue (International), and already in process in the nations of the BRICS and their allies, represents the hope for mankind's future. In our cover feature, "The Maritime Silk Road Comes to the Americas" (Physical Economy), you can see that this mindset is already making headway in the Americas, with the initiation of the Nicaraguan Oceanic Canal project. When you read the interview with Dr. Telemaco Talavera, the manager of that project, you will see precisely the mindset of optimism and willingness to collaborate with all nations, which is needed, especially in the United States. A similar outlook is evident in the BRICS nations, such as India, as Prime Minister Modi reflected in his speech to India's Science Congress Jan. 2, which we report here (Economics). Other articles lay out the dangers if the U.S. and Europe fail to rise to the challenge. The potential Greek exit ("Grexit") from the euro has accelerated the collapse of the trans-Atlantic financial system, threatening deadly chaos, more genocide, and war. Those moves toward war are further amplified in the latest developments in Central Europe and Korea. In our Feature, we take up the fundamental cause of the threatened civilizational collapse, the insane determination of Wall Street to defend its bankrupt system, and put before you, once again, the programmatic solutions. First, Lyndon LaRouche's Four Laws To Save the U.S.A., first printed last June, and second, a major reprise of the American credit system, originally produced as part of EIR's "The New Silk Road Becomes the World Land-Bridge." LaRouche has described this Hamiltonian system as "America's gift to the world," and so it is-a program for financing a world recovery based on scientific breakthroughs that will make mankind truly a citizen of the Solar System.show more

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  • Paperback | 64 pages
  • 215.9 x 279.4 x 3.81mm | 222.26g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1507684037
  • 9781507684030