The New Name For Peace is Economic Development

The Schiller Institute, in collaboration with the China Energy Fund Committee and The Foundation for the Revival of Classical Culture, held a Conference in NYC last week.

The forum bring together agricultural scientists, political and diplomatic officials from throughout the USA, China and other nations. The task is designed to formulate food production and trade policy -- in the wake of the breakthrough One Belt One Road Forum in Beijing, May, 2017 -- to immediately and radically expand global food output and feed the world, catalyzed by the most advanced 21st century nuclear and satellite technology.

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