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Schiller Institute Conference

The Greatest Crisis Facing Mankind

Reconstruct the World Now!

February 21-22 2009
Rüsselsheim, Germany

Invitation to Conference


Keynote: Lyndon LaRouche
The Next Steps

Keynote: Helga Zepp-LaRouche
Europe’s Role in the Coming Renaissance

Prof. Hans Köchler
Austria, president of the International Progress Organization,
Return to a New World Economic Order: Philosophical
Considerations on the Collapse of Globalization

Prof. Wilhelm Hankel
Germany, former chief economist of the Kreditanstalt für Wiederaufbau (KfW, Reconstruction Finance Agency), a collaborator of the late economist and German government minister Karl Schiller
The Future of the Euro

Gen. Eric de la Maisonneuve (ret.)
France, president of the Society for Strategy,
Change of an Epoch: The Need for a New Policy

Prof. Devendra Kaushik,
India, former chairman of the Center for Russian, East European, and Central Asian Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, and chairman of Maulana Azad Institute of Asian Studies,
Strategic relations among the United States, Russia, China, and India

Jacques Cheminade (text)
France, chairman of the political party Solidarity
and Progress (Solidarité et Progrès)
Why a New ‘Pecora Commission’ Is Urgently Necessary

Father Bonifacio Honings
Italy, professor of moral theology at the Gregoriana University and former dean of the Lateran University in Rome,
The Social Teaching of the Church as the
Ethical Foundation for LaRouche’s Plan A and B

Prof. Norton Mezvinsky
U.S.A., Connectituct State University,
The Perspective of the Obama Administration for Peace in Southwest Asia

Prof. Giancarlo Pallavicini
Italy, economist and member of the Russian Academy of Sciences
An Overview of Current Economic and Financial Doctrine and Practice

Portia Tarumbwa-Strid
Zimbabwe, LYM, “
How the Earth Has To Look in 50 Years
(see Africa Develoment Resolution)

Julien Lemaître
France, LYM
used the case of Johannes Kepler to discuss the changes in thinking that are required to achieve effective political change.

Kasia Kruczkowski and Petra Carlsson
Germany, LYM,
The Role of Youth in the Coming Renaissance

Two European LYM Musical Offerings
Elodie Viennot, of the LYM in France, addressed the principle of Classical composition, as shown in Bach’s “Jesu, meine Freude.” The LYM chorus, under the baton of Stefan Tolksdorf, sang excerpts to illustrate her points, and then sang the entire motet again. This was followed by the second set of the Schubert Trios Op. 100, performed by Steve Kramer/Denmark (Cello), Kwame Cole/Jamaica (Violin), Benjamin Telmányi Lylloff/Denmark (Piano).

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