by Cynthia Rush
A leader of Argentina’s Peronist Partido Justicialista, a potential vice-presidential candidate in this year’s election, and a longtime labor leader who is currently international coordinator of the Office of Latin American Economic Information.
by Carlos Cota Meza
Colombia averts coup threat.
by Judith Wyer
The Gulf war and oil prices.
by Josefina Menéndez
Wharton goes for the kill.
by Ronald Kokinda and Susan Kokinda
The case of Jacques Freymond.
by David Goldman
Saudi Arabia has its own blueprint for oil prices, which can judo the price drop Britain engineered at the January OPEC meeting. Following up on last week’s Special Report, Economics Editor David Goldman outlines the potential effects of Saudi independent action on the world oil market.
by Kathy Burdman
Report from the Fund’s Interim Committee meeting in Washington.
by Cynthia Parsons
by Mark Sonnenblick
by Nancy Coker and Mark Burdman
The removal of Ariel Sharon as Israel’s Minister of Defense has created new openings for Israeli nationalists to regain their country, and to pursue peace.
A translation from the Israeli press condemning Sharon’s alliance with U.S.-based Christian fundamentalists.
by Richard Katz
Israel’s decline is fast reaching the point of no return—unless the state-building perspectives of the 1950s are revived.
by Daniel Sneider
The draft document for the summit, authored by British Commonwealth operatives from the World Bank’s Brandt Commission, would throw the Non-Aligned movement over the cliffs of the “new world central bank”—a euphemism for fascism.
by Susan Brady
A sponsor of the document has revealed that the “new world central bank” proposal comes originally from Hitler’s Economics Minister.
by Paul Zykofsky
The Congress Party’s electoral gains in the Feb. 5 New Delhi municipal elections.
by Christian Curtis
by Cynthia Rush
by Timothy Rush
The new Pol Pot’s soldiers are practicing cannibalism.
by Umberto Pascali
by Nora Hamerman and Graham Lowry
Starting with the Senator from Davos, Bill Bradley of New Jersey. Congress has not yet been hammer-locked into an IMF bailout, however.
by Patricia Salisbury
The National Democratic Policy Committee is running scores of electoral campaigns all over the country, on behalf of the New World Economic Order.
by Robert Gallagher
One of the McNamara tactics was to claim that a better technology was just around the corner—so current efforts needn’t be funded.
Recommendations from the New York-based Fusion Energy Foundation.