Volume 11, Number 19, May 15, 1984



Middle East Report

by Mark Burdman

Intelligence war rages in Israel.

Dateline Mexico

by Josefina Menéndez

Assassination attempt against the President.

Report from Italy

by Umberto Pascali

What Andreotti did in Moscow.

Report from Bonn

by Rainer Apel

Still in the West?

Report from Paris

by Laurent Murawiec

Knives out against Creusot-Loire.

Attic Chronicle

by Phocion

KGB-inspired purges.

Book Review

by Molly Kronberg

Treason in America: From Aaron Burr to Averell Harriman, by Anton Chaitkin.

Elephants and Donkeys

by Kathleen Klenetsky

The Decline and Fall of Gary Hart — Pamela Harriman’s Hanky-Panky.

Kissinger Watch

by M.T. Upharson

Henry Kissinger, the Mafia, and Genocide — The Temple Mount Charge Against Cohen — Strike-Breaking: Who Would Have Thought It? — Kissinger’s Record Fuels Outrage in Maryland.


Europe to labor for the Soviet Union?


European Bankers Dictate Their Debt Plan to U.S.

by David Goldman

Incompetent “restructuring” rather than merely incompetent rollovers.

Currency Rates

IMF Defeats Direct Elections as Brazil Heads Toward Ungovernability

by Mark Sonnenblick

Democracy is incompatible with the Fund’s policies.

‘Surge’ Capability for War Is Now the Soviets’ Top Economic Priority

by Laurent Murawiec

The U.S.S.R.’s recently announced policies for compulsory overtime, child labor, conservation, and accelerated looting of Eastern Europe add up to a military mobilization. What about energy policy?


by Susan Maitra

Bumper crop on the way in India.


by Kathy Burdman

Appeals court upholds moratorium.

Business Briefs

Special Report

Euthanasia Today: The Case for a New Nuremberg Tribunal

by Nancy Spannaus

Step by Step along the Road to Nazi Medicine in the United States

by Linda Everett

A chronology.

Nazi Doctor Kills Cancer Patient in West Germany

by Lena Mletzko

How the Nuremberg Tribunal Would Judge the Euthanasia Movement Today

by Edward Spannaus

Cost Benefits of Medical Technology

by Ned Rosinsky, M.D.


Colombian Anti-Drug Fighter Slain by Kissinger, IMF

by Valerie Rush

The assassination of Colombian Justice Minister Rodrigo Lara Bonilla on April 30: a move by the policy makers who insist that Ibero-America pay its debt with drug revenue.

Rodrigo Lara Bonilla: A Man of Courage

Presidential Address: Colombia’s Betancur: ‘Above All We Shall Make War on Drugs’

Britain’s Inside Track To ‘Save’ Qaddafi

by Scott Thompson

Italy Will Be the Base for ‘Islamic’ Terror Upsurge Against the West

by Paolo Serri and Marco Fanini

Kissinger Wrote the Script for President Reagan’s Trip to China

by Linda de Hoyos

New Fencing at the Indian Border with Bangladesh

by Susan Maitra

International Intelligence


Beam-weapons Initiative at Center of Campaign

by Richard Cohen

Following Walter Mondale’s drive against the Strategic Defense Initiative, Defense Secretary Weinberger has taken up a counterattack.

LaRouche’s Surprise Labor Strategy for the 1984 Elections

by David Wolinsky

A commitment to national strike-support of an intensely political kind.

Attempt To Break Labor’s Morale Has Failed

by Criton Zoakos

Editor-in-Chief Criton Zoakos describes how the population of western Pennsylvania, after years of industrial depression and Aquarian Conspiracy propaganda, still maintains an identity as steel producers.

Congressional Closeup

by Ronald Kokinda and Susan Kokinda

National News