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If the President plunges ahead into war with Iraq, he will have squandered the last opportunity to avert an even more grave military confrontation on the Korean Peninsula.
Eurasia `Axis of Reason'
Moves Against Iraq War
Armando Falcon, director of the U.S. Office of Federal Housing Enterprise Oversight, was forced to resign, after issuing a report showing the underlying weakness of the U.S. housing market and financial system.
UN Projection Drops
400 Million More People
An `Exit Strategy' From War,
For a Self-Isolated U.S.
An interview with Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. by Jack Stockwell, on Salt Lake City's KTKK "K-Talk" radio March 3. "Especially under the Cheney Administration," said LaRouche, "which is the best way of describing the current policy, the United States has ignored what every competent commander, flag officer, in military service, in Europe or the United States or elsewhere, was trained in. That is the lesson of the Peloponnesian War. And what the United States under Bush, or under Cheney, shall we say, under Cheney's overreaching influence, is doing, is violating the lesson of the collapse of Greek civilization as a result of a decision to launch the Peloponnesian War, which is exactly what the United States policy is now.
EIR Becomes Lighthouse in Middle East
All over the Arab world, EIR's analysis of Mideast developments is headline news, and Lyndon LaRouche has become a "household name."
U.K.: Blair Could Well
Do a Ramsay MacDonald
The increasingly desperate British Prime Minister is said to be considering a radical maneuver to save his political hide, on the model of James Ramsay MacDonald, who, as Labour Party Prime Minister in 1931, formed a "national unity" government, together with Conservative and Liberal Party opposition figures, so as to impose vicious austerity on Britain's Depression-wracked population.
Nemesis Hits Spain's Aznar
Chirac Flanks U.S. War Drivein Africa
Drug Legalizer Soros' Man in Mexico
U.S. Military Plans in Philippines Collapse
Philippines Needs Strong and
An interview with Sen. Francisco S. Tatad.
LaRouche Wild Card in Australian Election
Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. addresses the current crisis of the Democratic National Committee.
LaRouche To Arkansans on Crisis:
`Options Are as Good as I Promise'
A speech at a town hall meeting in Pine Bluff, Arkansas, on Feb. 23, and discussion with the audience.
Campus Nazis Are Smoked Out
American People Don't Support an Iraq War
Maryland Budget Crisis:
`Slots Solution' Exposed
Francisco S. Tatad
Senator Francisco "Kit" Tatad is one of the senior statesmen of the Republic of the Philippines. He was Majority Leader to five Senate Presidents, and also served as a Cabinet Minister (1969-80) and Senator (1992-2001). He is the author of several books on political affairs.
"Presidential Prayer" vs. Religion.