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Schiller Institute Releases New Special Report:
Proceedings of the  International Schiller Institute Conference
Berlin, Germany, June 25-26, 2016
Creating a Common Future for Mankind
And a Renaissance of Classical Culture

August 2016


	International Conference 
in Berlin,
June 25-26, 2016
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August 6, 2016- The Schiller Institute announced the release of the Proceedings of the historic Schiller Institute Conference, “Creating a Common Future for Mankind and A Renaissance of Classical Culture.” The 112 page Special Report includes the transcripts of the presentations and dialogue from the international conference held in Berlin, Germany on June 25-26, 2016, and is available for sale for $50 plus shipping.

More than 300 guests from 24 nations and four continents gathered for an intense and profound dialogue on how to stop the immediate danger of world war by creating instead a new paradigm of global cooperation and development, based on a dialogue of civilizations and the unique creativity of mankind. See Table of Contents, below. Conference participants were extremely alerted about the escalation of western geopolitical confrontation against Russia and China and the danger of thermonuclear war and passed a resolution calling for an immediate end of sanctions against Russia and Syria. To end the war and to reconstruct war-torn Syria and the greater region of Southwest-Asia, was a key focus of the conference, during which Dr. Bouthaina Shaaban, member of the presidency of Syria, addressed the conference audience and engaged in a moving Q&A via live stream. Conference participants were also invited to attend a “Musical Dialogue of Cultures”, which was organized jointly by NICE e.V. and Schiller-Institut e.V. as public, admission-free concert in a community church.

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	International Conference 
in Berlin,
June 25-26, 2016
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Table of Contents

The Strategic Crisis is “More Dangerous than at the Height of the Cold War”

Keynote: Helga Zepp-LaRouche, President of the Schiller Institute
          Mankind’s future will be beautiful, provided we can avoid the fate of the dinosaurs

Chas Freeman, former U.S. ambassador to Saudi Arabia
          Things Fall Apart: America, Europe, and Asia in the new world disorder

Col. (ret.) Alain Corvez, former advisor to the French Defense and Interior Ministries
          Will American hubris come to an end, or disappear with us in a universal combustion?

Lt. Col. (ret.) Ulrich Scholz, former German fighter pilot, NATO planner
          War – a Pathology of the West

The crisis of the trans-Atlantic financial system and how to overcome it

Keynote: Jacques Cheminade, candidate for President of France
           The LaRouche method of physical economy

Marco Zanni, Member of the European Parliament, M5S Party
           The collapse of the European financial system and the failure of the banking union

Daisuke Kotegawa, Canon Institute Japan, former representative of Japan to the IMF
          Japan’s outlook concerning Eurasian cooperation

Leonidas Chrysanthopoulos, former Greek Ambassador to Poland, Canada and Armenia, former Secretary General of the Black Sea Economic Cooperation Organisation (BSEC)
          Global Crisis: Proposals for Solution

The new paradigm represented by the “One Belt, One Road” policy

Ren Lin, Researcher on the One Belt One Road Policy at Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
          The New Silk Road win-win perspective

H.E. Hamid Sidig, Ambassador of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan to Germany
          Greetings from the Afghan Ambassador to Germany

Egbert Drews, board member of MARWIKO AG, Berlin
          International networking in the economy: Practical experience

Michel Raimbaud, Former French ambassador particularly in Arab world, Africa and Latin America. Former Director of the French Office of Protection of Refugees and Stateless Persons (OFPRA)
          Against the war party and the law of the jungle, rebuild peace in accordance with law

Her Excellency Dr. Bouthaina Shaaban, Advisor to the Presidency of the Syrian Arab Republic
          Rebuilding a truly diverse and more secure world based on the lessons of Syria

Project Phoenix, recorded video documentary (transcript)
          The Reconstruction of Aleppo: Syria at the Crossroads of the New Silk Road

Talal Moualla, Board of Trustees, The Syria Trust for Development, Executive director of “Syrian Cultural Heritage Transformation” project of the Ministry of Culture, Syria
          Repositioning of the cultural variable: Towards a new modern cultural approach

Fouad Al-Ghaffari, Chairman of the Yemen Advisory Office for Coordination with the BRICS
          Message from the Yemeni Advisory Office for Coordination with the BRICS

Bereket Simon, chairman of the Commercial Bank of Ethiopia, advisor to Prime Minister
          A win-win cooperation with Africa

Panel IV:
The New Economic Platform: Fusion and Man‘s Future in Space

Alain Gachet, Chairman of Radar Technologies International, France
          How new space technologies can change the groundwater geopolitical balance

Rainer Sandau, Technical Director, Satellites & Space Applications, International Academy of Astronautics (IAA)
          Towards a New Era of International Space Cooperation

Adeline Djeutie, Independent Consultant, Vienna
          Sustaining energy development in developing countries: the role of nuclear power

The Renaissance periods linking Europe to China, Russia, America, and the Arab world

Gian Marco Sanna, Violinist, founder and artistic director of The Geminiani Project, London
          The Verdi tuning: a demonstration

Hussein Askary, Executive Intelligence Review, Arabic editor.
          Beauty of the Islamic Renaissance: the elephant clock

Panel Discussion with Conference Participants


A Musical Dialogue of Cultures
           A Concert at the Verdi Tuning of A = 432 Hz