• Keynote speaker: Helga Zepp-LaRouche: “The Alternative to a Dark Age and a Third World War”
• Dr. Jin Zhongxia, Executive Director for China, IMF; Washington, D.C., United States: “The Fundamentals of East-West Philosophic Relations”
• Boris Meshchanov, Counselor, Russian Federation Mission to the UN, New York City, United States: “Russia’s Global Economic Perspective, Post COVID-19”
• Dr. Joycelyn Elders, former Surgeon-General of the United States
• Ding Yifan, Deputy Director, Research Institute of World Development, China Development Research Center, China: “A Chinese Perspective on a Post-COVID Paradigm”
• Daisuke Kotegawa, former Executive Director for Japan at the IMF; Research Director, The Canon Institute, Japan
• Mayor DeWayne Hopkins (fmr); Former Mayor, Muscatine, Iowa; The Mayor’s Muscatine-China Initiative Committee, United States: “A View from the Iowa Farm Belt: the Muscatine-China Cultural Connection”
• Question and Answer session
Since January 2020, Schiller Institute’s chairman Helga Zepp-LaRouche has insisted that the United States, Russia, China, and India must meet. Their leaders must show the statesmanship required to overcome insipid Cold War propaganda tactics and geopolitics, and join together in an emergency mission to build a fully functional health infrastructure for the world, particularly South America, Africa, and parts of Asia, requiring hospital construction, clean water systems, road systems, and training facilities for young doctors, nurses, and physician assistants.
For over 35 years, and in particular over the past seven years, the Schiller Institute has campaigned for just this sort of statecraft.
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