Panel 1 — Whom the Gods Would Destroy: War With Russia and China Is Worse Than MAD!
26 June 2021
Whom the Gods Would Destroy: War With Russia and China Is Worse Than MAD!
Moderator: Dennis Speed (U.S.), The Schiller Institute
Mozart’s, Laudate Dominum, Schiller Institute Chamber Singers
Keynote Address, Helga Zepp-LaRouche, President, The Schiller Institute
Dr. Andrey Kortunov (Russian Federation), Director General, Russian International Affairs Council: “Has the Geneva Summit Changed Relations Between the U.S. and Russia?”
Malik Ayub Sumbal, (China) Geopolitical Analyst, Current Affairs Commentator and Author of Tovuz to Karabakh: A Comprehensive Analysis of War in South-Caucasus: “A Divided World Amid Covid and Future Pandemic Risks & Challenges.”
Atul Aneja (India), Editor, India Narrative.com: “Engaging Russia and China as Part of a New World Order-What Can India Bring to the Table?
Col.(ret.) Richard H. Black (U.S.), former State Senator (Virginia), former head of the U.S. Army’s Criminal Law Division, U.S. Pentagon: “U.S.-China Relations: A Pathway for War Avoidance and Cooperation”
Ray McGovern (U.S.), Analyst, Central Intelligence Agency (CIA-ret.), Co-Founder, Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity (VIPS): “When One Step Back Is Also One Step Forward: The Coincidence of Opposites”