Volume 10, Number 3, January 25, 1983



Maher Abaza

by Thierry Lalevée

Electricity Minister of Egypt.

Youssef Wali

Agriculture Minister of Egypt.

Mohammed Abdellah

Foreign Affairs Chairman, National Assembly of Egypt.

David Rockefeller

An exchange with EIR’s Colombian bureau chief.


Report from Bonn

by George Gregory and Rainer Apel

The Anglo-German approach.

Middle East Report

by Mark Burdman

The need for Navon.

China Watch

by Gregory F. Buhyoff

Peking has Washington guessing.

Dateline Mexico

by Josefina Menéndez

A tale of two municípios.


Science Adviser shows his colors.


The Ditchley Group Plans a New IMF World Order

by C.L. Magister

Having cut off credit to ensure a debt-repayment crisis, this banking cabal plans to use the crisis for its own ends.

The Ditchley Group: Its Banking Leadership

Currency Rates

The International Monetary Fund Axes Brazil’s Nuclear Energy Program

by Mark Sonnenblick

Internal opposition is building to the austerity program.

The LaRouche-Riemann Survival Program for Mexico’s Economy

by David Goldman

Strict allocation of industrial resources away from consumer-goods production, and priority for water projects, are among the specifications.

Why the Federal Reserve Cannot Print Its Way to a Recovery

by David Goldman

The latest LaRouche-Riemann forecast for the U. S. economy.


by Kathy Burdman

IMF takes control of U.S. foreign loans.

Foreign Exchange

by Renée Sigerson

Arco and the IMF: a metal-price game.

Trade Review

by Mark Sonnenblick

Business Briefs

Special Report

A New Agro-Industrial Egypt Encircles the Ancient Nile Valley

by Criton Zoakos

An overview of the challenges involved.

A Visit to the 10th of Ramadan City

by Thierry Lalevée

With a map of the new urban and agricultural centers.

The El Salhia Land Reclamation Project

by Criton Zoakos

“Making the desert bloom,” as it could throughout the region.

Domestic Opposition Poses Scant Threat to Egypt’s Economic Progress

by Thierry Lalevée

This article also analyzes Egypt’s foreign policy.


LaRouche Debtors’ Cartel at Center of Third World Agenda

by Christian Curtis

What you won’t read in the “Northern” press: progress toward compelling debt renegotiation on terms favoring development of industry and trade.

Documentation: Transcript of David Rockefeller’s Jan. 11 press conference in Bogotá, and excerpts from statements by Raul Alfonsín, Argentina’s Unión Cívica Radical party Presidential candidate, and Felipe Gonzalez, Spanish President.

Debt Burden Requires Still Bolder Initiatives

by Valerie Rush

Colombia joins other nations in the barrel.

India: Congress Party Gets a Jolt from the Voters

by Paul Zykofsky

Japan: Aid to South Korea Is a Gift to Washington

by Richard Katz

Japan’s $4 billion package.

Mitterrand Consolidates His Foreign-Policy Switch

by Dana Sloan

Behind Great Britain’s ‘Mackerel War’ Ploy

by William Engdahl

International Intelligence


The BIS Prepares ‘Reagangate’ as Decisions Loom on World Debt

by Graham Lowry

Will the Administration submit to Britain’s financial policy and Moscow’s arms-control policy, under a “lame-duck” President?

Mathias Hearings Pave Way for IMF Program

by Susan Kokinda

The Senate Foreign Relations Committee held the first of many sessions designed to promote supranational control over the Treasury.

Race Begins for the Democratic Presidential Nomination

by Molly Hammett Kronberg

A report on an important fight in California, and a run-down on the aspirants.

Foreign-Policy Hitman and Depopulation Advocate: A Profile of Rep. Stephen Solarz

by Ronald Kokinda

National News