The Malaysian deputy prime minister emphasizes the fight against drug trafficking, launched when he took control of the Home Ministry in 1981, as essential for the nation’s security.
by Delia Arajo de Lozano
Lasers will optimize control of chemical processes in industry.
by Sophie Tanapura
May ’68 or February ’34?
by Marco Fanini
Terrorism’s new “social relevance.”
by Mary Lalevée
Iranian “arc of crisis” again.
by Josefina Menéndez
Who runs the PAN Party?
by George Gregory and Rainer Apel
The Hitler diary hoax.
by Ronald Kokinda and Susan Kokinda
The causes of history.
by C.L. Magister
Brazil is simply not paying. Both the proponents of an expanded IMF, and the advocates of a debtors cartel, have intensified their activity.
Documentation: Excerpts from French President François Mitterrand’s ambiguous May 9 speech calling for a new international monetary structure.
by Richard Katz
Completing his tour just before the Williamsburg economic summit, Nakasone asserts that the North can only achieve peace and prosperity if it brings stabilization and industrialization to the South.
by Richard Cohen
A profile of George Shultz’s teacher and collaborator.
by Renée Sigerson
by Paul Zykofsky
by Pierre Beaudry
Sharing the poverty.
by Cynthia Parsons
OMB versus market orders.
by Kathy Burdman
The British, Dutch, and Italian originators of the “global Big MAC” program, and its actual content.
Documentation: Statements by four advocates of a world central banking apparatus.
The author of the Big MAC plan that has destroyed New York City as an industrial center, wants to do the same thing for the rest of the world.
by Christian Curtis
Their policies, not over investment by the nations of Latin America, are the source of the unpayable debt.
by Nora Hamerman
The Secretary’s negotiations have left Israel with a go-ahead to keep its troops in Lebanon, and bequeathed to the Middle East an imminent Syria-Israeli war.
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
by Thierry Lalevée
Algeria, Morocco, and Tunisia are seeking common solutions to economic and political crisis.
by Thierry Lalevée
A belief structure derived from bastardizing Islam is being used to create religious wars in the nations of the western Mediterranean.
by Laurent Murawiec
The aim of the KGB networks was political intelligence.
by Graham Lowry
Behind the scandal of the MX Commission chief’s open rejection of the President’s anti-missile defense effort is a faction fight that will determine the defense budget and much more.
Its “hardened silo” and “Midgetman” recommendations are decoded in terms of the effort to retain the Mutually Assured Destruction doctrine.
by Robert Gallagher
How, and why, the Soviets were given certain military advantages: the classic case study in “arms control.”
by Stanley Ezrol
The IUD and “post-industrial” industry.