Volume 11, Number 28, July 24, 1984



A London Merchant Banker

by Laurent Murawiec

The debtors’ cartel has become a reality.

Lennart Hane

by William Engdahl

The Swedish expert on comparative law, Nazi, Soviet, and Western, discusses how his country is becoming the model for a new totalitarian police state.


Middle East Report

by Leo Scanlon

Iran-Iraq war moves to decisive phase.

Dateline Mexico

by Josefina Menéndez

“They are barking, Sancho.”

Report from Bonn

by Michael Weissbach

A wolf in sheep’s clothing.

Report from Italy

by Umberto Pascali

Pertini attacks beam weapons.

Kissinger Watch

by M.T. Upharson

Kissinger and Papal Bull — Scapegoating of William Wilson.

Elephants and Donkeys

by Kathleen Klenetsky

Senate contests threaten Reagan’s power — Richardson and the Palace Guard — The Royal Family’s Two Cents — Texas: A Loser Either Way.


Kissinger in Europe.


Dollar’s Surge Prepares a New Financial Blowout

by David Goldman

Fed chairman Volcker is pulling liquidity into the U.S. banking system by provoking new flight capital into the dollar from Europe and Japan. This not only gives Europe a gigantic shove toward an “independent” monetary system, i.e., economic dependency on the Soviets, but what some view as Volcker’s “panic dollar rise” could quickly be followed by a panic dollar fall.

Bankers Greet Debtors’ Club with Coup Threats, Blackmail, Terrorism

by Valerie Rush

Dope, Inc. battles sovereign governments for the right to “free enterprise” in drugs.

Belgrade Squeezed by Russia and the IMF

by Christopher White

The LaRouche-Riemann Model Charts Peru’s Economic Development

by Peter Rush

The results of a four-month EIR study for Peruvian industrialists.

City of London Bankers Brace for Ibero-American Debt Shock

by Laurent Murawiec

Laurent Murawiec’s first-hand report from London.

Currency Rates

The Geometry of Life: Nonlinear Spectroscopy

by Ned Rosinsky, M.D.


by Marcia Merry

Farm income falls to 12-year low.

Business Briefs

Special Report

The UN Population Program: Genocide on the China Model

by Linda Cellini

On the eve of the World Population Conference in Mexico City in August, the advocates of zero population growth are holding up China’s brutal population-control policy as the model for the rest of the developing sector.

West Finances China’s Population Control

‘Appropriate Technology’ for China’s Birth Control


Soviet Claim to Germany Challenges the NATO Alliance

Our Special Correspondent analyzes the Kremlin’s sudden, formal resurrection of the so-called Potsdam Accords.

KGB-Linked ‘Scientists’ at Göttingen: Three Months To Stop Beam Defense

by Luba George

Soviet agents, agents-of-influence, and old-fashioned appeasers numbering 2,500 declared, first, that space weapons are impossible, and second, that their development must be sabotaged between now and November. A first-hand report from Luba George in West Germany.

Refute Soviet Charge of Shuttle Espionage

by James E. Oberg

An “Open Letter to Free World Editors” by NASA space engineer James E. Oberg.

Does a KGB Spy Work for Sweden’s Palme?

by Göran Haglund

The Geopolitics of Conservative Neutralism

by Edith Vitali

Book Review: Who Were the Real Nuremberg Criminals?

by Carol White

Review of The Hitler Book by Helga Zepp-LaRouche, the first publication of the Schiller Institute.

The International Network behind the Temple Mount Terrorist Plot

by David Hammer

International Intelligence


The Democratic Platform Betrays KGB Script

by Mary McCourt

That remarkable Mondale machine has declared itself for everything degenerate and immoral wherever it is—so much so the country would certainly not survive this proposed Presidency.

Documentation: “Defend homosexuals, but not the country” summarizes excerpts from the party platform.

Who Is Setting the East-West Summit Trap for President Reagan?

by Christopher White

Who but Carrington and Kissinger—and Dobrynin.

Medicare Cuts To Enforce ‘Right To Die’

by Kathleen Klenetsky

National News