Volume 9, Number 19, May 18, 1982



Energy Insider

by William Engdahl

Aspen’s projects scrapped.


Winston Churchill III, Conservative Member of the British Parliament.


Yossi Sand, Labour Party member of the Israeli Knesset.

China Watch

by Gregory F. Buhyoff

Interim gains for Deng.

Inside Canada

by Pierre Beaudry

Megaprojects for what?

Dateline Mexico

by Josefina Menéndez

The immigration issue—again.

Middle East Report

by Judith Wyer

Iraq challenges U.S. role.

Congressional Closeup

by Barbara Dreyfuss and Susan Kokinda


The costs of U.S. lawlessness.


Britain’s Latin American Assets Are Vulnerable

by Kathy Burdman

Lyndon LaRouche’s proposal that Argentina and its allies freeze those assets, and an overview of Latin American debt.

Currency Rates

A U.S. ‘Going Out of Business’ Sale

by Leif Johnson

Prices are dropping at farmers’ expense, and because of inventory liquidation forced by Paul Volcker.


by Kathy Burdman

California growth advocate fights back.

International Credit

by Renée Sigerson

A pound of Mexican flesh.


by Susan Brady

A drive to reopen the Farm Act.

Trade Review

by Mark Sonnenblick

Business Briefs

Special Report

Brazil Conquers the Americas’ Next Frontier

by Dennis Small

The Magnitude of Brazil’s New Economic Opportunities

by Mark Sonnenblick

‘I Believe In Cooperation Between Brazil and the U.S.’

by Dennis Small

An interview with Dr. Eliezer Batista, President of the CVRD.

The Carajas Project: Industrializing the Amazon

‘Brazil’s Growth Proves that the Club of Rome Is Wrong’

by Dennis Small

An interview with Shigeaki Ueki, President of Petrobrás, translated from the Portuguese by Christian Curtis.

Petrobrás: Fuel for Industry

‘Our Nation Is Opposed to All Vestiges of Colonialism’

by Dennis Small

An interview with the President of the Senate, Jarbas Passarinho.


The Malvinas Crisis and NATO’s ‘Tonkin Gulf’

by Cynthia Rush and Lydia Cherry

The Defense Ministers’ decision in favor of “out-of-area” deployments is a step toward world war. Britain does not mind military losses if she can drag the U.S. into a colonial alliance.

Documentation: An excerpt from the NATO communiqué; statements by Latin American diplomatic spokesmen.

Britain Losing Its Continental Support

by Susan Welsh

Challenge Posed to French Opposition

by Dana Sloan

EIR’s April 28 seminar in Paris.

LaRouche in India

by Paul Zykofsky

Paul Zykofsky reports from New Delhi on the EIR founder’s visit.

‘Passion for Development Must Be Revived In India’

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Excerpts from an interview of Lyndon LaRouche with the newsweekly New Wave.

Anti-Drug Victory in French Libel Suit

Dr. Claude Olievenstein was successfully sued for calling LaRouche’s French associates “Nazi-like.”

Israel’s Begin Lays Claim to Jordan

by Nancy Coker

EIR’s prediction is confirmed.

International Intelligence


Why Al Haig Should Be Tried for Treason

by Richard Cohen

The Secretary of State is dragging the United States into both an illegal betrayal of the Monroe Doctrine and a deluded effort to persuade the Soviets to passively accept further conventional wars in the under-developed sector.

FBI Predisposed to Crime

by Barbara Boyd

Two attorneys show how the FBI, in its zeal to frame up Rep. John Murphy (D-N.Y.), ignored Director William Webster’s sanctimonious pledge of guidelines" for the sting operation.

National News