by Giuseppe Filliponi
An expert on advanced military applications of technology, and a candidate for the Chamber of Deputies from the Rome-Milan district on the European Labor Party slate.
by Katherine Kanter, Elisabeth Hellenbroich, and Anno Hellenbroich
The director of the Ibero-American Cooperation Institute of Spain.
The Foreign Minister of Spain.
The Economics and Finance Minister of Spain.
Former Foreign Minister of Spain and former president of the Council of the European Parliamentary Assembly.
by Mark Burdman
Great Britain’s gift to Fat Henry.
by George Gregory and Rainer Apel
Genscher: Reagan’s adversary.
by Marco Fanini
The pot and the kettle.
by Nancy Coker
by Josefina Menéndez
Goodbye to the Ali Baba of Acapulco.
Stay the murderers’ hands.
by Robyn Quijano
As Brazil’s unpaid debt and Mexico’s unemployment skyrocket, 22 nations met in Quito, Ecuador to discuss a strategy for intracontinental development and a unified strategy on the debt question.
by Mark Sonnenblick
by Paul Zykofsky
As we go to press, Prime Minister Nakasone has agreed to do so.
by Leif Johnson
by David Goldman
A set-up for the President?
by Renée Sigerson
A global D’Avignon Plan.
by Kathy Burdman
The United States and the IMF.
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
EIR founder Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. specifies that Moscow has three options: 1) negotiate with the United States on the basis of Mr. Reagan’s Mutually Assured Survival strategy; 2) force a decisively humiliating strategic backdown on America; and 3) move for thermonuclear confrontation.
The full text of the Soviet chief of staff’s V-E Day statement on the activation of Moscow’s battle plans for fighting and winning “total war” in accordance with the Sokolovskii doctrine.
by Judith Wyer
George Shultz has outdone his predecessors in giving leverage to the U.S.S.R. and the Israeli war faction.
The President stresses the importance of U.S.-European ties, and explains how an anti-missile defense is possible.
by Philip Golub
Why the French military should adopt a “launch on warning” policy.
by Katherine Kanter
Documentation: Interviews with Spanish leaders on economic policy and Ibero-American cooperation.
by Criton Zoakos
Editor-in-Chief Criton Zoakos describes how rational economic decision-making has been undercut in Congress since 1974.
by Freyda Greenberg
A profile of Presidential aspirant Alan Cranston, Senator from California.
by Christina Nelson Huth
A report on the American Society of Newspaper Editors’ conference in Denver.
Documentation: Interviews with Colorado governor Richard Lamm, Rev. Jesse Jackson, and the Pentagon’s Ronald Lehman, conducted at the conference. They are asked by EIR to comment on the new Reagan defense policy.
by Carol White
Almost everyone acknowledges the current catastrophe in U.S. schools. Here, solutions are specified.
by Ronald Kokinda and Susan Kokinda