by Daniel Sneider and Mary Lalevée
The leader of the Pakistan People’s Party, finally permitted by the dictatorship to receive medical treatment in West Germany, exposes Zia ul-Haq’s complicity in the 1980 attack on the U.S. Embassy, and his current toleration of armed fundamentalist conspirators.
by Josefina Menéndez
Labor at a watershed.
by Judith Wyer
A new “Haddadland” in Lebanon?
by Ronald Kokinda and Susan Kokinda
We were right.
by David Goldman
Beyond the shadow-boxing which has failed to produce a Group of 10 bailout for Third World creditors is the potential dollar collapse that would blow the whole game sky-high.
by George Gregory
George Gregory reports that the pace of contraction outdistances even the “planned shrinkage” blueprints of the European Community’s Count Davignon.
by Paul Zykofsky
Expanding water supplies is an important feature.
by Donald Phau
The first part of a study of the period when the proper role of government in nation-building was understood.
by Peter Rush
Hong Kong real estate over the edge.
by Mark Sonnenblick
by Jeffrey Steinberg
by Marilyn James
Documentation: A map of the routes.
by Nancy Coker
by Vivian Zoakos
by Gretchen Small
What really occurred on the President’s trip to Brazil, Colombia, and Central America.
Documentation: Excerpts from speeches by Mr. Reagan, President Figueiredo, and President Betancur.
by Cynthia Rush
Labor actions in Argentina, Colombia, and elsewhere.
by Susan Brady
The dictator ran into unexpected trouble.
by William Engdahl
A report on the founding conference of the Committee for Nuclear Energy in Strasbourg.
by Rachel Douglas
Displayed by Literaturnaya Gazeta.
by Hector Apolinar
And to promotion of the neo-fascist PAN party.
by Susan Kokinda
While “nuclear freeze” advocates flounder, a new mass movement for high-technology defense and economic recovery has started to emerge.
by Lonnie Wolfe
The EIR founder, who proposed the creation of that mass movement, is the target of special operations by the “State Department Socialists” and their AFL-CIO extensions.
by Richard Freeman
Part II of Richard Freeman’s exposé further anatomizes the Ochs and Sulzberger families.
Excerpts from affidavits documenting the Manhattan prosecutor’s effort, in collusion with the New York Timesd, to run a political witch-hunt.
by John H. Brown, Jr.