by Robert Dreyfuss
Armand Hammer plots against Riyadh
by Josefina Menéndez
Restricting imports, stepping up exports?
by William Engdahl
Michael Halbouty discusses the U.S. oil exploration potential.
by Barbara Dreyfuss and Susan Kokinda
by Stanley Ezrol
by Kathy Burdman
High U.S. interest rates have already incited a capital drain there; currency nonintervention could be the coup de grace.
Documentation: Interviews with Citibank’s Harald Cleveland, the IMF executive director for the. U.S., and a White House source.
by David Goldman
The new “malign neglect.”
by Kathy Burdman
No mortgages yet from Merrill, Lynch.
by Susan B. Cohen
Spotlight on exports.
by Patricio Estevez and Eduardo Quiroga
Mexico City correspondents provide a progress report on the central hydraulic plan for the northeast region: Part II of our Sonora report.
by Mark Sonnenblick
by Richard Freeman
Why the Fed’s interest rate hikes will accelerate both inflation and industrial asphyxiation.
A secular survey of the liquidity-that is, illiquidity-of the U.S. economy.
Documentation: Eleven graphs and tables.
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
Writing from West Germany, EIR founder Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. discusses how the principle of national sovereignty and the lessons of Nazi extermination apply to policy by and toward Israel.
Documentation: Excerpts from statements by President Reagan and Prime Minister Begin.
by Luba George
Part 1 of an intelligence dossier on the “peaceniks.”
by Thierry LeMarc
Thierry LeMarc analyzes the shifting strength and composition of the opposition to Khomeini, and the “vacuum” in U.S. and European policy toward Iran.
by Pierre Beaudry
Fuel taxes are jeopardizing Canada’s transport system.
by Richard Cohen
Richard Cohen reports from Washington on the Administration’s positive moves and shaky assets.
by Richard Katz
One of the worst foreign policy tracks: aid and comfort to Pol Pot’s forces.
by Lonnie Wolfe
A further report on the RAPID/Global 2000 network in and around the State Department.
Documentation: Interviews with population strategists Philander Claxton and Marshall Green.
by Scott Thompson
To the extent that this Administration won’t tolerate pure frameups, a “Reagangate” against the executive branch is in the cards.
by Barbara Dreyfuss
The Harriman crew and the Buckley types explicitly target Representatives Wright, Jones, and Rostenkowski as too pro-growth.