Volume 9, Number 45, November 23, 1982



Vice Air Marshal Stewart Menaul

This British official describes how the British still control large chunks of the Middle East.

Toshio Doko, Japanese Business Leader

by Daniel Sneider

He heads both the national administrative reform commission on budget cutbacks, and the group studying the Nakajima plan for world infrastructure development.


Dateline Mexico

by Josefina Menéndez

Naming names.


Time for emergency measures.


How Long Can the Dollar Bubble Last?

by David Goldman

The debt crisis is catching up with the overvalued currency.

Chile Crisis Could Be a Debt Bomb Fuse

by David Goldman

German Industry: Six Months To Live

by George Gregory

The U.S. Economic Collapse Will Wreck Brazil’s 1983 Plan

by Mark Sonnenblick

This survey documents that an export drive is precluded by the deepening depression.

Documentation: Comments by Brazilian spokesmen and the IMF, and a précis of Brazil’s new austerity program.

How the Restructuring of America’s Farms Threatens World Food Supplies

by Cynthia Parsons

The effects of the Volcker regimen on U.S. agriculture.

Who Owns America: The Increasing Concentration of Land Ownership

by Renée Sigerson

Currency Rates

Domestic Credit

by Richard Freeman

A new rise in interest rates?

Trade Review

by Mark Sonnenblick

Business Briefs

Special Report

Prime Spy Scandal: End of the Anglo-American ‘Special Relationship’?

by Criton Zoakos

Simmering Policy Differences Are Now Coming to a Head

by Vivian Zoakos

Documentation: Complaints in the British press.

U.K.’s Malthusian Doctrine for NATO

by Lonnie Wolfe

What a “conventional military build-up” really means.

Will Whitehall Provoke a New Suez Backlash in the Mideast?

by Judith Wyer


Witness Fingers Kissinger in the Moro Murder Trial

by Nora Hamerman

Unreported in the U.S. news media, one of the closest friends of former Italian Prime Minister Aldo Moro has testified that Henry Kissinger told Moro to change his political strategy, or else. Moro did not do so, and was killed by the Red Brigades in 1978.

International Pressure Forces Zia To Release Opposition Leader Begun Bhutto

by Susan Brady

Weinberger’s Visit to Southeast Asia: An Anti-Soviet Mission that Failed

by Ramtanu Maitra

Betancur Uses Bank Nationalization Threat

by Valerie Rush

The fight sharpens between the new President and the narcotics financiers.

Argentina Offers ‘South-South’ Cooperation on Nuclear Energy

by Cynthia Rush

Argentina’s Nuclear Plan: History and Perspectives

by Lic. Luís Fernando Calviño

Part I of an article by the Interim Director of Energeia magazine in Buenos Aires.

International Intelligence


The U.S. Electoral Outcome: Reagan versus Kissinger

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

An analysis by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. which concludes that if Kissinger were shoved aside, the policy of developing advanced anti-nuclear-missile technologies, would have immense civilian economic benefits, as well as political ones.

Federal Anti-Drug Plan: Chance for a Cleanup

by Robert Greenberg

Where Does NCPAC’s Money Actually Go?

by Anita Gallagher

Bohemian Grove, Jack London, and the Cultishness of California’s Politics

by Brian Lantz

Beginning more than a century ago, the British sponsored left-wing flakes, epicene artists, and Empire-loving nouveaux riches in California. The Bohemian Club frequented by George Shultz, Henry Kissinger, and other members of the national Establishment is at the core of the process.

Meyer Lansky’s Fantasy Island: What America Is Seeing at the Movies

by Michael J. Minnicino

Part VI of Michael J. Minnicino’s series.

National News