With the British looking to blow up the Korean Peninsula, Lyndon LaRouche declared that the situation had to be “calmed down” immediately. He emphatically warned that this is a wild region where things can run out of control very rapidly, and that it is a region he knows very well. There can be no threats, verbal or otherwise. There should be talks, with no element of threat. The problem has to be pre-controlled, not after war breaks out.READ MORE
Schiller Institute founder Helga Zepp-LaRouche’s keynote address to the April 13-14th conference, “U.S.-China Cooperation on the Belt & Road Initiative,” exploring the corresponding ideas in Chinese and Western thought.