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WORLD AT A CROSSROAD: Two Months into the New Administration

WORLD AT A CROSSROAD: Two Months into the New Administration

International Schiller Institute/ICLC online conference March 20-21

This eye-opening conference is now concluded. You can review any of the panel presentations here.


Panel 1: “Reversing the Cultural Wasteland — The Urgency of a New Renaissance, Creating a Planetary Culture Worthy of the Dignity of Humanity”

Saturday, March 20, 10:00 a.m. U.S. EDT; 15:00 CET. 


Moderator: Jason Ross, Science Advisor, Schiller Institute (US)

  1. Moderator’s Welcoming Remarks
  2. Carlo Levi-Minzi, pianist; Norbert Branin, violin – Beethoven’s Violin Sonata, Op. 96, 4th movement
  3. Helga Zepp-LaRouche, President, The Schiller Institute, “Will Human History End in Tragedy, Or Continue With a New Paradigm?”
  4. Dennis Speed, Schiller Institute (USA): “The Poetic Principle: Why and How America Must Return to a Classical Culture”
  5. Liliana Gorini (Italy), Chairwoman, MoviSol (LaRouche Movement – Italy): “Dante’s Commedia: The Way from Hell to Science and Space Exploration”
  6. Diane Sare, Schiller Institute (USA): “Beethoven in the Garden of Gethsemane”
  7. Carolina Domínguez, Schiller Institute (Mexico): “How to Address the Crisis in Education: LaRouche in the Universities”
  8. Video: John Sigerson, tenor; Margaret Greenspan, piano, “Abendlied” by Ludwig van Beethoven
  9. Megan Dobrodt, President (USA), Schiller Institute, “Three Mars Missions and the Galactic Species”

10. Anastasia Battle (USA), The LaRouche Organization (TLO): “The Launching of Leonora!

11. Question & Answer Session


Panel 2: “The Strategic Crisis Facing the Human Race.”

Saturday, March 20, 2:00 p.m. U.S. EDT; 19:00 CET. 

Moderator: Harley Schlanger, The Schiller Institute Moderator’s Introduction

Helga Zepp-LaRouche, President, The Schiller Institute, Introductory Remarks

  • Dr. William Happer, Professor Emeritus, Princeton University (atomic physics), former Member US National Security Council (NSC), US Dept. of Energy, Office of Science

Question and Answer Session

  • Alejandro Yaya (Argentina): Masters Degree in civil engineering and in national defense; Vice President of the Civil Institute of Space Technology; advisor in technical and innovation management and transfer of technology processes. “Youth and Space”
  • Daniel Marmolejo (Mexico): Investigative journalist; winner of the National Journalism Award; covers the Mexican Presidency; producer of the “Hybrid Warfare” documentary series, and the “Incorruptible” program;  “Mexico, Argentina and China: A Vanguard Strategy from a Viewpoint Against Hybrid Warfare”
  • Denys Pluvinage (France): Vice President of the Franco-Russian Alliance
  • Sultan M. Hali (Pakistan): retired Colonel, Pakistani Air Force; journalist, “The New Silk Road and Pakistan”
  • Richard Freeman (USA), Executive Intelligence Review, “The Global Reset: The Great Leap Backward”
  • Question and Answer Session

Panel 3: “The Indo-Pacific, the Caucasus, Eastern Europe and Southwest Asia: Pivots for War, or Peaceful Development with the New Silk Road”

Sunday, March 21, 10:00 a.m. U.S. EDT, 15:00 CET

Moderator: Diane Sare

  1. Moderator’s Introduction
  1. Hussein Askary (Sweden/Iraq), Southwest Asia Director, Schiller Institute: “Justice for The Nations of Southwest Asia”
  1. Hisham Sharaf (Yemen), Minister of Foreign Affairs, “Our Goal: Peace in Yemen and Joining the New Silk Road”
  1. Haidar Al-Fuadi Al-Atabe (Iraq), Member, Council of Representatives, “The Importance of China-Iraq Cooperation for The Reconstruction of Iraq”.
  1. Shakeel Ahmad Ramay (Pakistan): Director of the China Center at the Pakistani Sustainable Development Policy Institute, “The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor and Regional Cooperation for Peace and Stability”.
  1. State Senator (former) Richard H. Black (U.S.), “The Truth about the Syrian Crisis.”
  1. Zaid Ayoub Arbache, Assistant Professor, Dr. Faculty of Economics, Damascus University
  1. M. Michel Raimbaud, former French Ambassador to Arab, African, and Latin American Countries; former director of the French Office of the Protection of Refugees and Stateless Persons (OFPRA)
  1. Jacques Cheminade (France), Président, Solidarite et Progres, “A Call to Action”

Question and Answer Session 

Panel 4: “The Challenge of Famine and Pandemics — The Coincidence of Opposites or Mass Extinction?”

Sunday, March 21, 2:00 p.m. U.S. EDT; 19:00 CET


Moderator: Dennis Speed, Schiller Institute

  1. Moderator’s Introduction
  2. Dr. Joycelyn Elders, former Surgeon General of the United States, “A Global Health Mission for the Youth”
  3. Marcia Merry Baker, Co-Editor, Executive Intelligence Review, “The World Famine and the Need to Double Agricultural Production”
  4. Dr. Khadijah Lang, Chairman, National Medical Association (NMA) Council on International Affairs; President, Golden State Medical Association
  5. Mike Callicrate (Colorado), Cattleman, Founder of Ranch Foods Direct, policy advocate,operator of Mike’s “No Bull” Blog
  6. Dr. Shirley Evers-Manley, Interim Dean, Alcorn University School of Nursing, Mississippi, USA; Chairman, Global Health Committee, National Black Nurses Association
  7. Bob Baker (USA), Schiller Institute Agricultural Liaison, “Stand Together for Food, Health and the Future.”
  8. Bill Bullard, (Montana), CEO of R-CALF USA, (Ranchers-Cattlemen Action Legal Fund United Stockgrowers of America
  9. Dr. Walter Faggett – Former Chief Medical Officer, Washington D.C. Dept of Health, co-chair DC Ward 8 Health Council, “D.C. Project: Community Healthcare workers Indispensable Role in Defeating the Pandemic”
  10. Nicole Phrang, Kansas Cattle Rancher, Secretary-Treasurer, Kansas Cattlemen’s Association
  11. James Benham, Indiana Farmer, President of the Indiana Farmers Union; National Board Member of the National Farmers Union

Question and Answer Session


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