by William Engdahl
Interview with Cecilia Soto de Estévez, President of the Mexican Association of Fusion Energy, on the prospects for the next stage of Mexico’s nuclear energy program.
by Robert Dreyfuss
Philip Klutznick, former President of the World Jewish Congress.
by Christine Juarez
Olivier Stirn, Giscard’s former number-two foreign policy official.
by Robert Dreyfuss
Kissinger makes a comeback.
by Josefina Menéndez
Atalaya ’82: plotting against Mexico?
What’s down the road.
by David Goldman
by Richard Katz
by Cynthia Rush
by Richard Freeman
by Leif Johnson
by Susan B. Cohen
The food weapon by any other name.
Kemp’s foot in the door.
by Mark Sonnenblick
by Warren Hamerman
The grand old Anglophile of the party and his anti-growth deployments: what they did to U.S. politics and U.S. Administrations over the past two decades.
by William F. Wertz
The anatomy of California’s latter-day “back-to-the-earth” fascists and their controllers.
by Timothy Pike
The Democratic National Committee chairman is linked to Pat Brown, to Sidney Korshak, and to plans to put Jerry Brown into the White House.
by Muriel Mirak
Following the guidelines EIR founder LaRouche’s associates specified in 1978, magistrates are cracking the control networks for right and left terrorism, the drug traffic, and assassinations.
by Dennis Small
Open collaboration with the Socialist International over Central America.
by Dolia Estevez Pettingell
by Gretchen Small
by Carlos Wesley
by our Dortmund correspondents
Advanced energy development and reindustrialization are the core of the Chamber of Commerce proposals.
by Richard Cohen
Mr. Reagan’s pragmatic efforts to compromise with the Volcker policy are setting him up for a rapid fall.
by Lonnie Wolfe
Relaying the British Foreign Office’s instructions on linkage, Henry is also surrounding the White House with more moles.
Documentation: An interview with former Secretary of State Dean Rusk, who warns that the Kissinger policy can lead to “shooting ourselves in the foot.”
by Andrew Rotstein
The new Abscam scandal implicates operatives far higher up than protected federal witness and apparent perjurer Mel Weinberg.
by Jeffrey Steinberg
The Justice Department’s Abscammers have been caught in other corrupt practices leading back to Billygate.