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Eurasian Landbridge

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ARTICLES about the Landbridge:
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Conference: Citizens Electoral Council of Australia Promotes BRICS, World Land-Bridge
as Pathway to Peace
Mar. 2015

China’s ‘One Belt/One Road’ Policy Is Open to All Nations Mar. 2015

Schiller Institute Berlin Event Highlights Mass Movement for the New Silk Road Feb. 2015

EIR Special Report, The New Silk Road Becomes the World Land-Bridge, Dec. 1, 2014

China at APEC: West Should Join Us on the New Silk Road by Helga Zepp-LaRouche, Nov. 2014

The World Land-Bridge: Rediscovering The Americas Sept. 2014

One Belt, One Road Conference in Beijing: Helga Zepp-LaRouche's Address Sept. 2014

One Belt, One Road Conference in Beijing: Professor Bao Shixiu's Address Sept. 2014

‘Silk Road Lady’ Brings LaRouche Perspective to China Sept. 2014

The U.S.A.: Leni Rubinstein: The Eurasian Land-Bridge Today Los Angeles, Nov. 2013

An Economic Miracle For Southern Europe And the Mediterranean! June 2012

The World Landbridge
Video, German Schiller Institute, 2010

EIR Conference December, 2007:
Eurasian Land-Bridge Achieves Breakthrough in Ottawa, Canada

Speakers at EIR's Ottawa Conference

Steps Taken Toward World Land-Bridge at Arctic Summit
(EIR, PDF format) October 2007

Schiller Institute Landbridge Conference
Kiedrich, Germany September 2007

Bangalore, India Conference Speeches
2003
Bad Schwalbach Conference Speeches
 Speakers from Eurasia: March, 2003

Eurasian Landbridge As An Alternative:
Speech to Institute of Sino Strategic Studies
in August, 2002, with Links to other Speeches

Eurasian Landbridge In Progress! 
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Infrastructure Projects Lead the Way out of the Depression!
As of May 2002 -  Excellent New Maps.
(Scroll down or click HERE for press release )

Eurasian Landbridge: Go There!
Helga Zepp LaRouche's Conference Speech
on Sept. 2, 2001

Eurasian Landbridge:
The Most Important Strategic Question Today
1997 article

Dialogue:
"Keplerian Economics”
 (This 2 part Dialogue by Dr. Tennenbaum
will help you deal with 'New Economy' bulletheads.)

On May 7-9, 1996, Helga Zepp LaRouche was a featured speaker in Beijing,  China, at an historic International Symposium for Development of the Regions along the Euro-Asia Continental Bridge, with over 460 experts and leading officials from 34 countries. The subject of the symposium was a grand strategy for developing the entire Eurasian landmass, by means of an integrated, transcontinental network of modern transport, energy, water, and communications infrastructure. Beijing's hosting of the conference reflected a major strategic policy thrust of the Chinese government, to promote economic development along the "New Silk Road” formed by the newly established Eurasian Continental Bridge rail lines connecting the Pacific coast of China with the Atlantic coast of Europe.

This Eurasian Land-Bridge concept, Mrs. LaRouche told a Washington, D.C. seminar following her Chinese trip, is entirely coherent with, and influenced by, Lyndon LaRouche's concepts of the Productive Triangle and of the science-driver. 

Today, the Schiller Institute is fighting for implementation of the Eurasian Land-Bridge in virtually every nation of the world, as key to reversing the continuing global slide into a New Dark Age. Since the 1996, many governments, policy think-tanks, and other institutions have sponsored conferences, seminars and symposia with speakers from the Schiller Institute, to promote this urgent reconstruction program. 

This ongoing dialogue among nations and cultures, based on the concept of Peace through Economic Development, represents the alternative to the “Clash of Civilizations” curtrently being promoted by those who would wish to destroy the nation state. The Landbridge throughout Eurasia, financed with a New Bretton Woods System, is the only pathway toward rebuilding the world economy, including especially the development of the underdeveloped nations, and it remains is the only basis for establishing durable peace.