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Volume 9, Number 38, October 5, 1982

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Nguyen Co Thach, Foreign Minister of Vietnam  

by Daniel Sneider

Although the Pol Potists will remain at the United Nations, the Sihanouk farce won’t last.

Juval Aviv, Counterterrorist Expert  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Unless action is taken, Americans can expect international terrorist attacks.

Reid Hughes, Candidate in Florida’s Democratic Primary Runoff Election  

Opposing traditionalist incumbent Rep. Bill Chappell, he says he favors population control.


Report from Bonn  

by George Gregory and Rainer Apel

“A new tragedy can be prevented.”

Dateline Mexico  

by Josefina Menéndez

He who casts the first stone.

Eye on Washington  

by Stanley Ezrol


Just in time: the Club of Life.


Wharton Econometrics Tries Forecasting Hoax  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

They are advising Third World governments that an imminent advanced-sector recovery will boost export revenues.

Will Venezuela Follow Mexico?  

by David Goldman

Its economy is no longer immune to the debt crunch.

U.S. Energy Producers Swallow the Aspen Institute’s Shutdown Plan  

by Paul Gallagher

The state of public utilities.

A Visit to India’s Granary: Parson Malthus Refuted  

by Susan Brady

There’s no “miracle” about the so-called Green Revolution, reports Agriculture Editor Susan Brady.

Currency Rates  

An Open Letter To Walter Wriston  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

International Credit  

by Renée Sigerson

Interbank market dangers rise.

Business Briefs  

Special Report

Mexico Defends the Industrial Capitalist System  

by Fernando Quijano

How the International Monetary Fund’s Debt Trap Was Sprung Against Mexico  

by Timothy Rush

Documentation: Excerpts from a Sept. 19 speech by President López Portillo to the governors of the U.S. border states.

A Lever Which Could Restart the U.S. Economy  

The Mexican Population Rallies Behind the Government’s Measures  

by Elsa Ennis

American System Economics and the Roots of Mexican Republicanism  

by Luis Vásquez

Little-known history.

LaRouche’s Plan for a Common Market  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Excerpts from “Operation Juárez,” the now-famous policy guideline.

Documentation: Brazilian Planning Minister Dellim Netto describes how Mexico’s oil exports would complement Brazil’s capital-goods exports.


Will the U.S. and Israel Change Policy Tracks?  

by Thierry Lalevée

The Camp David framework is manifestly bankrupt.

A Final Chance for Lebanese Politics  

by Thierry Lalevée

Khomeini Panicked over Opposition  

by Mary Lalevée

Who Has Returned to Power with Palme?  

by William Engdahl

A report from Stockholm on the social-democratic electoral victory Sept. 19.

Le Cercle Mobilizes ‘Conservatives’ on Behalf of International Chaos  

by Scott Thompson

The Mont Pelerin Society’s Nazis Plot the End of Constitutional States  

by Kathy Burdman

Argentines Battle over Economic Policy  

by Cynthia Rush

Behind the intra-military maneuvers is the IMF question.

International Intelligence  


Kissinger Ponders ‘Intractable Situations’  

by Stanley Ezrol

Correspondent Stanley Ezrol attended the international “Quadrangle Series” sessions at Georgetown University on Sept. 20-21.

The U.S. Is No Longer Immune to International Terrorism  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Congressman Bill Chappell Challenged by Zero-Growther  

by Susan Kokinda

Congressional Closeup  

by Ronald Kokinda and Susan Kokinda

National News  

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