by Marsha Freeman
Congress to trade off nuclear programs?
by Robert Dreyfuss
William Crawford, former U.S. Ambassador to North Yemen and Cyprus, who directs Islam Centennial Fourteen.
by Josefina Menéndez
Part I: the surprising PSD.
by Robert Dreyfuss
The A. Basmouk connection.
by Robert Zubrin
Death Beam by Robert Moss.
by Barbara Dreyfuss and Susan Kokinda
What about Mr. Haig’s ethics?
by Richard Freeman
Volcker’s interest rates have cut demand for oil: the debt-finance implications and domestic consequences for underdeveloped nations like Nigeria.
Documentation: Interviews with oil-market specialists in London and Western Europe.
by Mark Sonnenblick
by Renée Sigerson
The Fed’s new squeeze.
by Kathy Burdman
Bailout time for the S&Ls.
by Valerie Rush
An update on the so-called Jamaica model.
by Valerie Rush and Carlos Cota Mesa
by Uwe Parpart
Uwe Parpart, Contributing Editor and Research Director of the Fusion Energy Foundation, estimates the gains achieved in the U.S.S.R. and the potential for sustaining them.
by Steven Bardwell
Drawing on the LaRouche-Riemann econometric model, Military Editor Steven Bardwell, Editor-in-Chief of Fusion magazine, documents a defense buildup double the CIA’s estimate.
by Rachel Douglas
by Webster Tarpley
The diplomatic and economic effort to cut off the United States.
Documentation: Excerpts from Conservative leader Edward Heath’s March 2 speech in Fulton, Missouri.
by Daniel Sneider
A conference report from New Delhi.
The feared initiators of Central American slaughter and counter-slaughter are controlled by fascist networks outside the continent.
by Ramtanu Maitra
by Thierry Lalevée
The Muslim Brotherhood’s regroupment.
by Nancy Coker
by Douglas DeGroot
by Vivian Zoakos
Our weekly Investigative Leads summary on international terrorism.
by Molly Hammett Kronberg
A summary of the senatorial challenges to Abscam which preceded the New Jersey Democrat’s resignation, and a report on his own expectation of vindication.
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
In a National Democratic Policy Committee statement now circulating on Capitol Hill, EIR founder Lyndon LaRouche outlines why Congress should stop fiddling with the administration’s fiscal plan and get down to the business of ousting Paul Volcker instead.
Documentation: LaRouche’s four-point program for U.S. economic recovery.