Volume 11, Number 9, March 6, 1984



Science & Technology

by Marsha Freeman

New frontier: NASA Preparing for the First Satellite Repair.

Middle East Report

by Judith Wyer

The Gulf war and Lebanon.

Attic Chronicle

by Phocion

Must Papandreou fall?


by Edward Spannaus

Melcher challenges Fed’s constitutionality.


Unleashing Kissinger and terrorism.


Volcker Tells Reagan: ‘Heads I Win, Tails You Lose’

by Richard Freeman and Kathy Burdman

His Anglo-American supporters are prompting the market unrest as a prelude to turning Reagan into Herbert Hoover.

Is Henry Wallich Prosecutable under the Nuremberg Doctrine?

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

LaRouche attacks the credit cut-off to the underdeveloped world.

Israel: The ‘Suicide’ of Banker Yaacov Levinson

by Mark Burdman

Israel under the austerity gun.

Defense Priority: Time To Rebuild America’s Steel Heartland

by Leif Johnson

Currency Rates

Energy Insider

by William Engdahl

Market structure aids oil crisis threat.


by Kathy Burdman

Loans only Volcker could love.

International Credit

by Renée Sigerson

The IMF’s country hit list.

World Trade

by Laurent Murawiec

Thatcher’s rampage.

Business Briefs

Special Report

Nazi-Soviet Terrorism Strikes Ibero-America

by Robyn Quijano

The Nazi-communist alliance that runs terrorism in Ibero-America is funded and steered by “respected” theoreticians and international institutions like the Club of Rome.

The PAN Party of Mexico: Nazi-Communists on the U.S. Doorstep

by Timothy Rush

Founded the same year as the signing of the Hitler-Stalin Pact, Mexico’s PAN party has worked with Nazis as well as communists for four decades.

Documentation: A report on the explosion of PAN violence in border regions, and an interview with fascist Ernst Zuendel, who says: “The enemy is the United States.”

Indian Separatism in Ibero-America: The Politics of ‘Fang and Claw’

by Gretchen Small

Sendero Luminoso, the Peruvian terrorist gang—a case study of the Nazi International’s creation of synthetic “indigenous” movements.


Oil Chaos To Launch New Kissinger Rampage

by Criton Zoakos

Japan Will Aid U.S. Beam-Weapon Defense

by Linda de Hoyos

Konstantin Chernenko: A Figurehead for the Soviet Union’s Military Leadership

by Clifford Gaddy

The sweet old fellow is also a veteran of Stalin’s mass-murder apparat.

Soviet Build-Up for Attack on Europe

by George Gregory

What the Warsaw Pact’s blitzkrieg plan for an invasion of West Germany looks like.

‘We’re Not Sure’

Democratic Presidential candidates refused to declare that they would retaliate if the Soviet Union launched a nuclear attack on the NATO allies in Western Europe.

India: Terror and Riots Fuel Secession Threats

by Susan Maitra

Italy: Kremlin Is Guiding the Labor Upheavals

by Umberto Pascali

In Italy.

Klaus Barbie’s Defense Lawyer Moves To Destroy the Resistance Tradition

by Philip Golub

Why Ayatollah Khomeini Loves Unesco

by Umberto Pascali

Moscow Trumped Carter and Deng

by Richard Cohen

Part IV of “The New Era in U.S.-China Relations.”

International Intelligence


The Palace Guard Has Trapped the President

by Richard Cohen

The Feb. 22 question from EIR correspondent Laura Chasen Cohen about Treasury Secretary Regan’s denial of Secret Service protection to Lyndon LaRouche showed the problem, and pointed the way to a solution.

Documentation: LaRouche’s lawsuit against Donald Regan.

U.S. Anti-Submarine Defense: The Relevance of Johannes Kepler

by Robert Gallagher

Questions of acoustics and resonance.

Elephants and Donkeys

by Stephen Parsons

A lot of sound signifying nothing.

Kissinger Watch

by M.T. Upharson

Kissinger’s recipe for dealing with Moscow.

Congressional Closeup

by Ronald Kokinda and Susan Kokinda

National News