Peter Nolan on China’s silk road strategy
Published on Apr 27, 2016
Keynote held on 7th April 2016 at the wiiw Spring Seminar in Vienna. Peter Nolan is Professor at Cambridge University. Further information on the wiiw Spring Seminar 2016 can be found here: http://wiiw.ac.at/european-integratio…
China’s “Belt and Road” Initiative and Implications for Global Infrastructure Development
Published on Mar 28, 2016
The CSIS Freeman Chair in China Studies and the Project on Prosperity and Development cordially invite you to “China’s ‘Belt and Road’ Initiative and Implications for Global Infrastructure Development.”
The New Silk Road Becomes the World Land-Bridge, A Tour
Published on Aug 30, 2016
Get your copy of The New Silk Road Becomes the World Land-Bridge report here: visit: https://worldlandbridge.com/
In a world where systemic economic crises and proxy warfare have become the new normal, it’s not hyperbole to say that we are—as a planet—at the end of the post WWII paradigm. Now, a handful of world leaders are proposing a change of course and in doing so, are fundamentally challenging the underlying axioms which have shaped the last century of global economic policy.
The global economic renaissance first envisioned by Lyndon and Helga LaRouche two decades ago when they presented their “Eurasian Land-Bridge, the ‘New Silk Road’—locomotive for worldwide economic development” report, is now becoming a reality. In December 2014, Lyndon LaRouche’s intelligence weekly, Executive Intelligence Review, published an updated version of the Land-Bridge proposal, this time presented as “The New Silk Road Becomes the World Land-Bridge.”
Constructing the World Land-Bridge would mean an economic and cultural renaissance for the planet, a new paradigm for mankind. The projects and key economic concepts laid out in this report are truly the blueprint from which leading governments around the world are working, the challenge now is bringing the U.S. back to its roots and transforming it into a powerful ally of this new economic order.
NB: land and sea routes are subject to change/develop.
Music: Antonin Dvořák’s String Quartet No. 12 (American), Op. 96 by CBGP Music https://youtu.be/lnQ0CdB1ZJc?list=PLh…
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