Volume 10, Number 37, September 27, 1983



León Roldos

by Fernando Quijano

The Vice-President of Ecuador discusses the industrial development of the nation based on its agricultural and mineral wealth, and denounces the Malthusian policies responsible for the wars in Central America.

Luis Valencia Rodríguez

by Fernando Quijano

The Foreign Minister of Ecuador calls economic cooperation and integration Latin America’s best answer to the international financiers’ plan to take control of developing sector resources.

Makoto Momoi

by Richard Katz

The Japanese defense expert discusses the strategic situation in the Pacific, and the positive effects of U.S. emphasis on developing beam weapons.

Masashi Nishihara

by Richard Katz

The professor of international relations at the Japanese National Defense Academy describes the Soviet policy to separate Japan from the United States.

Sueo Sekiguchi

by Richard Katz

The professor of economics at Osaka University’s Institute of Social and Economic Research reports on the initiatives for capital investment and technology transfer in the Pacific Basin.



Nations are being murdered.


LaRouche Hits ‘Massive Fraud’ by U.S. Federal Reserve

The Fed’s use of faked statistics to support the recovery hoax have influenced the President to maintain the current, disastrous course of economic policy and led to a dangerously mistaken foreign policy toward the debt-ridden developing sector.

Currency Rates

At Geneva Gathering, Kissinger Associates and BIS Plan World Debt Reorganization

by Kathy Burdman

Andean Pact Countries Set Framework for Debtors’ Club, New Monetary Order

by Fernando Quijano

Domestic Credit

by Richard Freeman

Recovery illusion already over?

Business Briefs

Special Report

The Surfacing of Holy Mother Rus: The Russian Orthodox Church

by Criton Zoakos

The second part of EIR Editor-in-Chief Criton Zoakos’s study of the culture and institutions of Russia that led to the current hegemony of the doctrine that Moscow will control a world empire as the “The Third and Final Rome.”


The New Military Posture of Moscow

by Criton Zoakos and Mark Burdman

‘Nevertheless, Marshal Ogarkov...’

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Lyndon LaRouche counterposes the sovereignty of a nation-state committed to natural law, to the Soviet military leader’s lying attempt to justify the murder of 269 civilians to “protect” Soviet borders.

Mexico: PAN Scrambles To Dodge Charges

by Timothy Rush

Lyndon LaRouche Rejects Certain U.S. Officials’ Statements on Mexico

The Soviets Violated Treaties To Ready Nuclear Weapons in Space

by Marsha Freeman

UN Conference on Palestine Plots Middle East Radicalization

by Thierry Lalevée and Mary Lalevée

Bilateralism Afflicts U.S.-Japan Talks

by Richard Katz

A report on the 6th Shimoda conference.

Andean Report

by Valerie Rush

Mafia under the gun in Colombia.

Kissinger Watch

by M.T. Upharson

Why Henry was sad.

International Intelligence


Can U.S. Policy Stand the Heat?

by D. Stephen Pepper

Kissinger Crowd Meets in Vail, Colorado To Gouge President Reagan’s Defense Budget

by Kathleen Klenetsky

John Glenn: Middle-of-the-Road Malthusian

by Kathleen Klenetsky

‘Auschwitz’ Bill Passes California Legislature

by Marianna Wertz

National News