by Mark Cook and Paul Arnest
Action by Europe can help counter results of fraud.
by Leela Narayan
by Christina Nelson
by Peter Ennis
The Japanese step out into the world. Recently back from Japan, EIR correspondent Peter Ennis assesses that country’s new role.
An exclusive interview with former Prime Minister Takeo Miki.
by Richard Katz
Austerity- and drug-pushers win through vote theft.
A documentary survey of the British austerity line and some sane opinion to the contrary.
Guard your mind: the British are coming.
by Susan Cohen
A critical look at our competition.
by Judith Wyer
The leader of Iran is countering London with a purge of the corrupt Bahai cult – Who’s Protecting Khomeini in France?
A comparison of the hype for a "crash of’79" and the less publicized facts of the case.
by Susan Welsh
by Pablo Silva
A survey of some of the highlights of the Mexican leader’s remarks during his Asian tour.
by Laurence Hecht
Colombia faces another Chile, thanks to Carter-style economic policies.
by Marla Minnicino
Including some tough European commentary on the British attitude.
Exclusive: an interview with West German economics advisor Dr. Armin Grünewald, from our Milan bureau.
by Daniel Sneider
Awaiting a death verdict, the jailed leader has smuggled out documents on how he is being tortured by the Pakistan junta.
by Zulfikar Ali Bhutto
Canada banking networks caught stealing from organizations’ bank accounts.