welcome to EconomistRussia.com - related EconomistAmerica.com Russia is member of trading friendship networks: SCO cofounded since 1996-includes china pakistan india since 2017 various countries west of china south of russia which otherwise be very landlocked in middle of eurasia; BRICS (5 fastest changing nations -includes new dev bank), Arctic circle 8 nations include nordica, canada,usa- analysing 1984-1989 which politicians blinked over greatest peace opp since ww2.World Trade History of Calls to make friends with Russian peoples - see also AAAnation.ning.com

1984 #theeconomist foreseeing fall of berlin wall- urgent opportunity for peace dividend replacing cold war, welcome world trade with russian small enterprises
1996 lapere summit hosted in china -lets rebuild eurasian trade the way it positively civilised the world during days of silk road (see reports of marco polo)

china was invited to trade with fastest growing economies at BRICSforum from ...
following on clear assessment of chinese peoples needs and the nations rejuvenation, xi jinping announced his signature trade process with national and other place leaders will invite everyone to map one belt road
A=arctic B=brics
Finland AC
Estonia; Latvia; Lithuania Belarus; Ukraine
Georgia; Azerbaijan Turkmenistan;Uzbekistan;Kazakhstan
N Korea
Near Neigbors
Turkey Syria,Iraq Iran ,Afghanistan
Armenia, Poland,Germany
US Alaska AC Sweden AC Canada AC Iceland AC Greenland (Denmark) ac
S Korea; Japan;Taiwan..

Monday, August 31, 2020

cast for next weekend's zoom organised buy schiller institute - a network whose politics i cant understand but whose data on how much better life could be for everyone in old world if infrastructure had been designed transparently has been great from near the beginning of the fall of the berlin wall

i am just a diaspora scot wishing best between all peoples if thats worth chatting about i am at chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk

PANEL I (Saturday 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. EDT)
Overcoming Geopolitics: Why a P-5 Summit Is Urgently Needed Now
  1. Helga Zepp-LaRouche (Germany), founder and President, Schiller Institute
  2. Marco Zanni (Italy), chairman of the Identity and Democracy faction of the European Parliament 
  3. William Binney (U.S.), former Technical Director, National Security Agency
  4. Ed Lozansky (U.S.), American University in Moscow; Moscow State University
  5. Martin Sieff (U.S.), Senior Foreign Correspondent, Washington Times, UPI
  6. Jim Jatras (U.S.), former Foreign Relations Advisor, US Senate Republican Caucus
  7. Colonel Richard H. Black, Ret. (US), former head of the Army's Criminal Law Division at the Pentagon; former State Senator, Virginia
PANEL II (Saturday 3:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. EDT)
The Role of Science in Creating Mankind’s Future
  1. Jason Ross (U.S.), Schiller Institute Science Advisor
  2. Leading scientists from Russia, the U.S. and France
PANEL III (Sunday 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. EDT):
The Belt and Road Initiative Becomes the World Land-Bridge: FDR’s Unfinished Business
  1. Dr. Joycelyn Elders (U.S.), former Surgeon General of the United States
  2. Michele Geraci (Italy), former Undersecretary of State for Economic Development
  3. Dr. Natalia Vitrenko (Ukraine), President, Progressive Socialist Party, former member of parliament and presidential candidate
  4. Marcelo Muñoz (Spain), founder and President Emeritus of Cátedra China, dean of Spanish businessmen in China
  5. Marlette Kyssama-Nsona (Republic of Congo), pharmaco chemist, political executive of the Panafrican League UMOJA and specialist in public health issues
PANEL IV (Sunday 3:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. EDT):
Building Trust in International Relations: The Role of Classical Culture and Combating World Famine
  1. Jacques Cheminade (France), head of Solidarité & Progrès party, former presidential candidate
  2. Marcia Merry Baker (U.S.), EIR Editorial Board
  3. Bob Baker and American farm leaders
  4. Fred Haight (Canada), Schiller Institute
  5. Michael Billington (U.S.), Asia Intelligence Director, EIR
  6. Beethoven Mass in C, Schiller Institute NYC Chorus

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