by Maria Cristina Fiocchi and Umberto Pascali
A parliamentarian from Italy’s Social Democratic Party articulates the need to uphold Western civilization and exposes the destructive activities of Willy Brandt, Olof Palme, and Bruno Kreisky within the Socialist International.
by Mark Burdman
The director of the Institute for European Defense and Strategic Studies in London sets forth Western Europe’s stake in antiballistic-missile defense
by Pierre Beaudry
The Canada-Grenada connections.
by Maria Cristina Fiocchi
Terrorism is returning in Italy.
by Judith Wyer
How far will U.S-Iraq ties go?
Lebanon policy: Mondale vs. LaRouche
by Kathy Burdman and David Goldman
The Soviets and the Mitteleuropa group around Arthur Burns set the crisis into motion.
Documentation: An interview with a senior Federal Reserve official.
by Robyn Quijano
A report on the Jan. 9-14 conference of Latin American Economic System leaders.
Documentation: Excerpts from an Ecuadoran government document, and a statement by Ecuador’s President.
by Marsha Freeman
The new satellite system could begin operation by the end of this year.
by Susan Maitra
by Marjorie Mazel Hecht
The aflatoxin problem.
by Valerie Rush
Colombia’s top banker on the lam.
by Helga Zepp-LaRouche
Helga Zepp-LaRouche challenges “neo-isolationism” in the United States and declares that either a Soviet military strike into West Germany or a German pullout of NATO could be imminent, and could lead to World War III. Why are the West Germans so politically weak and susceptible to the manipulations of covert proponents of “decoupling” from the United States like Ambassador Arthur Burns? she asks. The answer takes us back to the Congress of Vienna, so beloved of Henry Kissinger.
by Kathleen Klenetsky
The Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies is trying to revive “détente” on the Soviets’ terms.
Documentation: Excerpts from a planning document and from an interview with an aide to the East-West project.
by Umberto Pascali
by Timothy Rush
by Thierry Lalevée
As part of the counterterror effort.
by Joëlle Leconte
by Susan Maitra
by Lonnie Wolfe
The President has reaffirmed his beam-weapons policy, but Shultz and Kissinger are still angling to turn the Administration onto the arms control/“build-down” track and abandonment of Lebanese sovereignty.
Documentation: Excerpts from Mr. Reagan’s interview with Le Figaro magazine and from a recent speech by Defense Secretary Weinberger, both blacked out in the United States; from statements by presidential science adviser George Keyworth on ABM policy; and from demands by Senators Warner and Tower that the White House stand fast on its Lebanon commitment.
by M.T. Upharson
Making Central America a “geopolitical” issue.
by Anita Gallagher
Hey, we were never a juggernaut."