Volume 10, Number 17, May 3, 1983



Science & Technology

by Marsha Freeman

Widespread use of lasers will begin to revolutionize industrial processing.

Italy’s War on Crime

by Marco Fanini

The Black Nobility’s weapons smugglers.

Dateline Mexico

by Josefina Menéndez

Washington’s no to debtors’ cartel.

Congressional Closeup

by Ronald Kokinda and Susan Kokinda


Dr. K.’s career in economics.


Is Brazil Planning an Escape from Creditors’ Blackmail?

by Mark Sonnenblick

The circumstances shaping the Mexico-Brazil summit.

Brazil Delivers a Message to Wall Street

Colombia’s Industry Facing Chapter 11

by Valerie Rush

The second-largest company in the country is bankrupt.

LaRouche-Riemann U.S. Forecast: Great Possibilities and Dangers Ahead

by David Goldman

In a climate of skewed credit availability, and potential financial blowouts, no immediate recovery is projected: but the promise of beam-weaponry’s economic spinoffs is cited.

MITI Defends Japanese Policy Against Post-Industrialist Attacks

by Richard Katz

The U.S. Commerce Department says Japan’s entire industrial policy is the problem; Japanese leaders explain its international benefits.


by Cynthia Parsons

The Heritage Foundation dairy policy.

Domestic Credit

by Richard Freeman

The recovery plot.

Business Briefs

Special Report

Kissinger’s Treason Laid Before U.S. Senate

by Christopher White

Investigations into Indicated Withholding of Information Vital to U.S. National Security by Former National Security Adviser Kissinger

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

The documentation, circulating in Washington, on how Kissinger, in his quest for an anti-technology arms-control policy, deceived the U.S. government and the public.

Moscow’s Denunciations of ABM Defense Belied by the Soviet Policy Record

by Rachel Douglas

Yuri Andropov et al. proclaim the idea of strategic anti-missile defense shocking and repulsive; but the Soviets have maintained such a defense doctrine.

The Soviet ABMs Kissinger Concealed

by Robert Gallagher

The Tallinn system around the U.S.S.R.’s perimeter.


Kissinger a Fugitive from Italian Justice

by Umberto Pascali

A report from Rome on the magistrates’ attempts to subpoena him, his escape to France, and his reception there. The evidence of his involvement in the 1978 Moro assassination was the issue.

Documentation: Excerpts from the Italian press.

Chain Reaction in Mideast: The Lavie, the Beirut Bombing, and the West Bank

by Mark Burdman

Israeli policy is moving over the edge toward disaster, with the help of George Shultz.

How Kissinger Sabotaged a Reagan Plan Breakthrough

‘United States Can’t Tell Andropov from Ignatius Loyola’

by Timothy Rush

The Central American conflict is not an East-West arena; it has been set up by the Jesuits.

British Try To Rally NATO Members Against Reagan’s Beam-Weapons Policy

by George Gregory

Bonn Gets a Chance To Defuse the Euromissile Crisis and ‘Green’ Riots

by Susan Welsh

France: Lejeune Undercuts Right To Life Movement

by Dana Sloan

British Protecting Drug-Money Flows

by Renée Sigerson

The Chinese Attempt To Bleed Vietnam

by Daniel Sneider

International Intelligence


Harrimanites Move To Regain Military Policy Control

by Graham Lowry

Will the Reagan Administration allow itself to lose momentum on the development of beam-weapons defense?

Why Hayden’s Greenies Lost California Election

by Anita Gallagher

The National Democratic Policy Committee is making broad gains against the Jane Fonda-Charles Manatt Democrats.

Harrison Williams’s Appeal Denied: Court Upholds Corrupt FBI Tactics

by Mary Jane Freeman

Documentation: New York’s Second Circuit Court of Appeals judges have unsavory connections.

Labor: Kirkland Boosts the FBI and the IMF

by Lonnie Wolfe

National News