by Dennis Small
The Director of Technical Economic Studies of the Universidad de Santa Maria of Caracas, who advises the Venezuelan Federation of Labor, on the aftermath of the Malvinas war and the need for Ibero-America to seek collective economic policies.
by Josefina Menéndez
How long will Reyes Heroles last?
by Ronald Kokinda and Susan Kokinda
A sense of urgency.
by Timothy Rush and Dennis Small
This month two near-bankruptcies of Brazil nearly started a chain reaction. Brazil has now signed an accord with the International Monetary Fund—which will solve nothing.
by Elsa Ennis
by George Gregory
Last week, George Gregory reported on the Federal Republic’s disastrous steel policies; this is the rest of the picture.
by Leif Johnson
Discussions with policymakers in Stockholm and Göteborg.
by Cynthia Parsons
by Donald Phau
The second and final installment of Donald Phau’s article.
by Renée Sigerson
by Renée Sigerson
The dirty takeover of Texas GRE.
by Mark Sonnenblick
by Steven Bardwell
Presaging “The Plasma Age.”
by Marsha Freeman
New technologies within immediate reach.
A case study.
by Sylvia Brewda
LaRouche-Riemann econometric projections.
Documentation: Sixteen computer graphics.
by Umberto Pascali and Bonnie Mesaros
British pundits often claim the U.S.S.R. runs the disarmament movement. What they don’t say is that the animal in question is an East bloc faction deeply intertwined with British-supervised international terrorism. Here we present new material on “the Bulgarian connection.”
by Richard Katz
Involving partial efforts to rebuild heavy-industrial sectors.
by Daniel Sneider
Profile of a nation with great political and economic potential.
by Nora Hamerman
A conference in Milan this month challenged the British Royal Family’s control over da Vinci archives, and drew a ferocious attack from Italy’s Socialist Party.
by David Goldman and Kathy Burdman
Names, dates, places, and cui bono questions on a far bigger affair than the Banco Ambrosiano scandal which it intersects. This is the same Robert Morgenthau who is attempting an inquisition against LaRouche and his associates.
by Richard Cohen
Who’s backing whom: John Glenn, Walter Mondale, and EIR founder LaRouche take the lead as probable contenders for the Presidential nomination.
by Susan Brady
In San Francisco, official participation in welcoming festivities for the Pakistani dictator was curtailed. In Quebec, the opposition to Zia got more drastic results.