This Schiller Institute conference is dedicated to the memory of Lyndon LaRouche. His ideas, his economic method, and his optimistic outlook about the potentials of human creativity for the lasting existence of humanity in the universe, are more relevant than ever. Today, the New Silk Road, joined by more than 130 nations, is the first opportunity for developing countries to overcome poverty and underdevelopment and is the achievement of his vision of a new, more just, world economic order. The core of his program for a new Bretton Woods system, in which the world’s strongest nations must work together to replace the oligarchic system, was, from the beginning, the industrialization of Africa, Asia and Latin America — the realization of the solidarity-building World Land-Bridge.
- Panel I – A Time of Strategic Upheaval
- Panel II – Scientific Issues of our Future
- Panel III – Who is Lyndon LaRouche?
- Panel IV – Beauty and Classical Art as Mankind’s Vocation
Panel I — A Time of Strategic Upheaval: Will Europe Be Able to Help Shape the New Paradigm?
Helga Zepp-LaRouche, Chairwoman of the Schiller Institute: We can shape a new era of mankind!
Wang Weidong, Minister Counselor, Director of the Commerce and Trade Department at the Chinese Embassy in Germany, The potential of the New Silk road for Europe
Natalia Vitrenko, doctor of economic sciences, Leader of the Progressive Socialist Party of Ukraine, Former Member of Parliament, Ukraine, LaRouche’s Science of Physical Economy as the Key to Solving the Problems of the World, Eurasia, and Ukraine
Professor Andrei Ostrovskii, Deputy Director of the Institute of Far Eastern Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia in the Chinese “One Belt One Road” initiative: Possibilities and prospects
Prof. Enzo Siviero, Director, E-Campus University, Italy; Vice President, Réseau Méditerranéen des Ecoles d’Ingénieurs, The Italy-Tunisia and Italy-Albania bridges: Connecting the Belt and Road corridors
Q & A Session
Panel II — The Fundamental Scientific Issues of our Future and the Space Silk Road
Jacques Cheminade, President of Solidarité et Progrès, former Presidential Candidate: Can Europe play a key role in Science?
Sébastien Drochon: Space Policy Director, French Schiller Institute, The Moon Village: Next step toward a New Era for Mankind
Megan Beets and Jason Ross, the “Basement Team” of Lyndon LaRouche, LaRouche’s Discoveries: Educating a New Generation
Panel III — Who is Lyndon LaRouche?
Diogène Senny, President of the Panafrican League Umoja, In defense of African sovereignty
Josef Miklosko, Former vice Prime Minister of Czechoslovakia, The Frontier of Space: Fulfilling Mankind’s Destiny as Man in the Universe
Dennis Small, Coordinator for Latin America of the Schiller Institute: The Power of Reason: The Living Legacy of Lyndon LaRouche
Theo Mitchell, former State Senator of South Carolina, The man who should have been President of the United States
Nino Galloni, former director general of the Budget and Labor Ministries, Fatherland, Nation and State as seen by progressive Catholics and by Lyndon LaRouche
Hussein Askary, Southwest Asia Coordinator for the International Schiller Institute, LaRouche, The importance of Lyndon LaRouche’s ideas for the Arab world
Claudio Giudici, Chairman, Uritaxi (National Taxi Trade-Union), Florence, Italy, LaRouche, A “Florentine” Mind
Harley Schlanger, Former spokesman for Lyndon LaRouche, Board Member of the Schiller Institute, Where Is America headed? The LaRouchian solution as the way out of chaos
Q & A Session
Panel IV — Beauty and Classical Art as Mankind’s Vocation: The Cultural Silk Road
Diane Sare, Director of the Manhattan Chorus Project, The Necessity of a classical Renaissance for the youth
Antonella Banaudi, Soprano and singing teacher, expert on Verdi tuning , LaRouche and the unity of art and science
Elvira Green, Mezzo-soprano, 30-year member of the Metropolitan Opera, Founder of the Spiritual Renaissance Singers of Greensboro/North Carolina: True freedom through true art: The Negro Spiritual’s unique contribution to classical literacy in America
Q & A Session