Volume 10, Number 45, November 22, 1983



Alencar Furtado, Brazilian Congressman

by Dennis Small

The chairman of Brazil’s Parliamentary Inquiry Commission discusses the origins and nature of the country’s debt.



What patriotism requires now.


Schroeder-Münchmeyer: A Banking Sarajevo?

by David Goldman

Who’s behind the demise of one of Germany’s most prestigious banks?

Brazil’s Congress Finally Accepts IMF Wage Cut

by Mark Sonnenblick

New Argentine Government Shows Social Democratic Bent

by Cynthia Rush

Roving Ambassador Raul Prebisch: British Agent in Argentina

by Dennis Small

Colombia: War on Drugs Brings Down Swiss Wrath

by Valerie Rush

IMF Bailout Battle Down to the Wire

by Kathy Burdman


by Cynthia Parsons

Will wheat survive the compromise?


by Leif Johnson

The day the buses stopped running.

Business Briefs

Special Report

The Fight in Europe over Reagan’s Strategic Defense Doctrine

by Vivian Zoakos

Political and Military Leaders Deliberate on Beam-Weapons Potential

EIR’s Rome conference drew top military and political figures from Europe and the United States, despite the efforts of opponents of beam-weapon defense to sabotage the event.

France: Defense Minister: ‘Acquire Laser Defense’

Documentation: Defense Minister Hernu briefs the National Assembly.

West Germany: Genscher Tries To Halt ABM Debate

by George Gregory

Britain: Carrington Counters Support for Beams

by Mark Burdman


Who Ought To Defend What in Lebanon?

by Allen Douglas

Europe Braces for Islamic Terrorist Onslaught

by Thierry Lalevée

Soviet Marshals Have Taken Control of Policy

by Rachel Douglas

When Andropov failed to appear at the Nov. 7 celebration of the Russian Revolution, his place was filled by the military brass.

Moscow Is Raising the Security Stakes in East Asia

by Richard Cohen

Japan Is Beginning To Confront the New Strategic Conjuncture

by Richard Cohen

Tokyo cracks down on leftist and terrorist networks.

Defense Issue, Tanaka Affair Help Nakasone

Italy’s Craxi and the Third Rome ‘Concordat’

by Umberto Pascali

Inside Canada

by Pierre Beaudry

The end of MAD.

Middle East Report

by Nancy Coker

Election upset in Turkey.

Dateline Mexico

by Josefina Menéndez

Sinaloa says no to Panorrhea.

International Intelligence


Kissinger and Sharon Are At It Again

by Richard Cohen

They’re pressuring the Reagan administration to ally with Israel and Khomeini’s fundamentalists.

Mondale Advisers in the Midst of Soviet Plot in Grenada

by Kathleen Klenetsky

Part II of an exposé that has Mondale quaking in his boots.

LaRouche Democrats Win in the First Post-Grenada Election Races in the United States

by Warren Hamerman

‘Target Seattle’: How To Foil a KGB Stunt

by Mark Calney

Kissinger Watch

by M.T. Upharson

How the United States Overcame the 1960 Missile Gap in One Year

by Marsha Freeman and Robert Gallagher

Congressional Closeup

by Ronald Kokinda and Susan Kokinda

National News