Volume 10, Number 47, December 6, 1983



Jorge Carrillo Rojas

by Valerie Rush and Maximiliano Londoño

The vice-president of the Union of Colombian Workers explains why his union is calling for the formation of a debtors’ cartel in Ibero-America, and supports Lyndon LaRouche’s call—well known throughout the developing sector for rebuilding the economies and defensive capabilities of the West through a crash beam-weapons development program.


Dateline Mexico

by Josefina Menéndez

Reverse field in agriculture.

Africa Report

by Douglas DeGroot

Return to civil war?

From New Delhi

by Susan Maitra

Bangladesh to hold elections in ’84.

Inside Canada

by Gerald Pyenson

The Committee for the Commonwealth.

Report from Italy

by Umberto Pascali



Stop the Colombian drug pushers.


Leutwiler Calls for the ‘Hard Path’

by Richard Freeman

The Bank for International Settlements chief presents his Social Darwinist formula for the world banking system, which rubs in the fact that the IMF quota increase will do no one any good.

The Philippines Gets the ‘Latin Treatment’

by Gail G. Kay

Currency Rates

The Eagle Star Battle

by Laurent Murawiec

Britain’s Maggie Thatcher is allowing certain south German families to redistribute the proceeds of the drug trade.


by Renée Sigerson

Trudeau protects BNS from America.

International Credit

by Kathy Burdman

Just the beginning.

Business Briefs

Special Report

Stop the Nuclear War Scare: Beam Weapons or Appeasement

by Carol White

ABC-TV’s soap opera on nuclear war is part of the Kissinger-Mondale campaign to disarm the United States.

Pugwash Created The Day After

by Robert Gallagher

Who’s Afraid of a ‘Nuclear Winter’

by Ned Rosinsky

They are sponsored by top levels of the Soviet bureaucracy and the U.S. Eastern Establishment.

Why Carl Sagan’s ‘Nuclear Winter’ Scenario Is an Unscientific Fraud

by Robert Gallagher, Beth Moore, and Ned Rosinsky

The Civil Defense the West Needs

From an essay titled “The Risk of Nuclear War in Europe” by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Soviet Military Strategy: Reality vs. Propaganda


After the Euromissile Vote: Stop Lord Carrington

by Criton Zoakos

The Soviets count on using the Euromissile installation as an excuse for extreme new provocations—as both superpowers move into a “launch on warning” posture.

The Skies Have Not Cleared in Germany

by Rainer Apel

Israel-PLO Breakthrough Strikes Blow Against Soviet-Nazi War Plans in the Middle East

by Mark Burdman

Argentina’s Nuclear Breakthrough Puts New Alfonsín Government to the Test

by Dennis Small

Having achieved a complete nuclear fuel cycle, Argentina could become the cornerstone of a program to make Ibero-America an economic superpower .

Argentina’s Ambitious Nuclear Program

by Delia Arajo de Lozano

Peronist Leader Calls on Alfonsín To Form Latin Debtors’ Cartel, Common Market

International Intelligence


Will the Mondale Scandal Topple Lane Kirkland?

by Warren Hamerman

The recent physical assault on a Boston political leader who questioned Walter Mondale about his advisers’ links to the Soviet puppets on Grenada has many implications.

Walter Mondale Made Jonestown Possible

Hearings on ‘Manhattan Project’ for Defense

by Paul Gallagher

Kramer: We Need a Unified Space Command

Teller: Soviets Are Building Up ABM Systems

Armstrong: Defense Is the Moral Policy

Eye on Democrats

by Anita Gallagher

Chicago Democrats working for Reagan? — Jackson’s Independence Exposed — Mad Dog Manatt.

Congressional Closeup

by Ronald Kokinda and Susan Kokinda

National News