This compilation of speakers from the Schiller Institute's international June 25-26 Berlin conference, "Creating A Common Future For Mankind and A Renaissance Of Classical Culture," provides an overview of the profound dialogue that took place 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. Conference participants were very highly alerted to 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.
On the eve of both the 15th anniversary of the September 11th attacks and the convening of the UN General Assembly, the Schiller Institute hosted an extraordinary conference in midtown Manhattan. The featured speakers of the conference, titled "Securing World Peace Through Embracing the Common Aims of Mankind", included Helga Zepp-LaRouche, EIR's Jeffrey Steinberg, former Attorney General Ramsey Clark, Virginia State Senator Richard Black, Permanent Representative to the United Nations from the Syrian Republic, Bashar Jaafari and U.S. Congressman Walter Jones.