Volume 6, Number 11, March 20, 1979


This Week

A World Twice As Dangerous

by Nora Hamerman


Military Strategy

NATO: The Debate Washington Is Trying To Suppress

by Paul Goldstein

West Germans press fundamental reorientation of Atlantic Alliance.

How Britain Dominates NATO

The Interchange in the Bundestag

What Schmidt, his allies and his opposition said.

Defectors Scandal, Luns’s Past Bedevil NATO’s Friends

by James Cleary

How the Germans Developed Their View

by Vin Berg, James Cleary, and George Gregory


EMS Summit Presses Technology

by Susan Johnson

Giscard receives mandate for conference with Arabs, Africans.

Oil Crisis Tightens International Bond Markets

by Alice Shepard

London Sells Yen To Pressure EMS

by Kathy Burdman

Miller Predicts Higher Interest Rates

by Richard Freeman

Gold: Tight Supplies

by Alice Shepard

U.S. Trade War Versus the EMS

Did Blumenthal Rig Failure of Japan-China Trade Talks?

Commodities: ‘Common Fund’ Gets the Can

by Renée Sigerson

American Banks Awake

by Kathy Burdman

Dan River Faces Hong Kong Takeover Bid

by Leif Johnson

Keeping Tabs on the Economist


An EMS-OPEC Partnership?

by Judith Wyer

Both sides are studying a link-up on energy questions.

Iraq Oil Minister: Cooperate To Promote Posterity

Phase II: Attack on U.S. Oil Production

by William Engdahl

Middle East

Peace In Our Time?

by Henry Moss and Nancy Parsons

Carter’s pact lays basis for new Mideast military machine.

Do the Arabs Really Want U.S. Troops?

U.S. Report

‘Kennedy for President’ Movement Gets Underway

by Kathleen M. Murphy

Congressional Calendar: New DITI—Same Old Song

by Donald Baier

Labor Periscope: Teamsters Declare War on Carter Austerity Program


Unmasking the Zionist Myth

by Robert Dreyfuss

Review of The Zionist Connection by Alfred M. Lilienthal.

Latin America

A Dialogue with Mexico’s Press

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

LaRouche defines what U.S. policy toward Mexico must be.

The Mexican Press Covers LaRouche

Economic Survey

Perez’s Legacy in Venezuela

by Dennis Small

Nation-building policies are deeply embedded.

The Theory Behind the Development Plan

The first of a two-part exclusive interview with former Venezuelan Planning Minister Dr. Gumersindo Rodriguez.


Who Is Otto von Habsburg?

Part I of an ELP exposé of what’s behind his Pan European Union.

Special Report

The Riemannian Economic Model: Part 1

Executive Intelligence Review announces a new forecasting tool.

World Trade

World Trade Review