Volume 8, Number 48, December 15, 1981




by Stanley Ezrol

C. Fred Bergsten, director of the new Institute for International Economics.

Middle East Report

by Robert Dreyfuss

The U.S.-Israeli strategic accord.

Dateline Mexico

by Josefina Menéndez

Pol Pot-style experiment in Oaxaca.


by Vivian Zoakos

Part II: Stephen Mumford of the International Fertility Research Program.

Congressional Closeup

by Barbara Dreyfuss and Susan Kokinda


U.S. mission to stop fascism.


A Caribbean Model for International Credit?

by David Goldman

The advent of International Banking Facilities in the United States.

Professor Mundell on His Gold Proposal

De Chambrun Seeks Gold-Reserve System

by Comte de Chambrun

A French spokesman revives the approach of Jacques Rueff.


by Montresor

Along the trading routes.


by Susan B. Cohen

Soil and water conservation.

Domestic Credit

by Richard Freeman

Fiscal crunch for states and localities.

The Spring Strategy for Breaking Labor

by Leif Johnson

A two-tiered approach to negotiations.

Currency Rates

World Trade

by Mark Sonnenblick

Business Briefs

Special Report

Green Fascism Is on the Rise Again in Germany

by Susan Welsh

The phenomenon, its sponsors, and its historical parallels.

European Labor Party Calls for Defense of Constitutional Rights

The European Labor Party demands a mobilization by all constitutional parties.

German Protestants Tied to the New Fascists

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

As in the 1930s.

Avowed Neo-Nazis in Environmentalist Leadership

by Charlotte Vollrads

The ‘Green’ Origins of Hitler’s SA

by Michele Steinberg and Wiesbaden Staff

Christiania: Fascist Enclave in Denmark

by Marilyn James

The rest of Europe is not immune.


The Fahd Plan Depends on a Superpower Thaw

by Robert Dreyfuss

U.S. and Soviets Begin Disarmament Negotiations: The Questions At Stake

by Criton Zoakos

Documentation: Excerpts from the Schmidt-Brezhnev communiqué, and statements by each.

Can Central America Be Rescued?

by Dennis Small

The “Al and Fidel Show” continues.

Fidel Castro: How a Jesuit Asset Is Manufactured

by Gretchen Small

Mitterrand’s First Government Crisis

by Philip Golub

Economic incompetence is catching up with the Socialists.

Cabinet Reshuffle Strengthens Suzuki

by Richard Katz

Japan’s basic policies will remain the same.

Balkan Crisis over ‘Greater Albania’

by Edith Hassman

International Intelligence


Williams Postponement: A Victory Against Abscam

by Warren Hamerman and Anita Gallagher

The Senate vote on expulsion opens room for counterattack against Executive-branch frameups of legislators.

New Budgetary Traps Set for the White House: Is Chief of Staff James Baker III a Mole?

by Richard Cohen

The Anti-Nuclear Coup Against the Reagan Administration

by Paul Gallagher

A resurgence of regulatory barriers to fission power and technology exports, and new fiscal blows to fusion development.

Financial Warfare Against the Utilities

by William Engdahl

The second problem for nuclear power plants: an Energy Insider report.

National News