Volume 11, Number 34, September 4, 1984



Science & Technology

by Charles B. Stevens

The Los Alamos “Aurora”: New Dawn for Fusion Power, Sunset for ICBMs.

Inside Canada

by Pierre Beaudry

Wheat Crop: Dead in the Fields.

New Delhi

by Susan Maitra

Bombay Mafia Wins Another Round.

Attic Chronicle

by Phocion

In the Shadow of Count Capodistria.

Report from Bonn

by Rainer Apel

Honecker Plays German Card.

Report from Paris

by Joëlle Leconte

Socialists Foil Le Pen Power Bid.

Report from Italy

by Paolo Serri

“Moro Three.”

Middle East Report

by Thierry Lalevée

The Mysteries of the Red Sea.

Dateline Mexico

by Josefina Menéndez

PAN Party Goes Overboard.


Support the Quito declaration!


U.S.S.R. and the Grain Cartels Wield Food Weapon

by Christopher White

Reporting that nobody can answer the question: How are the Russians paying for their massive grain imports? Are they paying at all?

Kra Canal Project Takes Center Stage

by Gail G. Kay

Africa Caught between Drought and the IMF

by Mary Lalevée

Currency Rates


by Marcia Merry

The Story behind “Nebraska Beef.”

Foreign Exchange

by David Goldman

Swiss Banker to the Treasury?


by Montresor

Can the U.S. Break the Gold Cartel?

Business Briefs

Special Report

The UN Population Conference: Dare Call It Genocide!

by Mark Burdman

Our special correspondent, Mark Burdman, files his final report on the proceedings. The individuals and institutions behind the global population-control movement boasted of the lives they have already eliminated, and announced their intention to commit vastly worse such crimes in the decade ahead.

Who Are the Fanatical Malthusians Today?

‘Charge Crimes Worse than Adolf Hitler’s’

Press coverage of the Club of Life press conference at which its American leader, Nancy Spannaus, presented the paper suppressed by the U.N. Conference organizers.

Documents from the Mexico City Meeting

The Dangerous Fraud of the ‘Pro-Life’ Lobby

by Mark Burdman


Colombian ‘Godfather’ Trapped by Global Anti-Drug Manhunt

by Nora Hamerman and Timothy Rush

The former President has gone screaming about EIR to the current President, because we’ve proved his involvement in both drug-trafficking and kidnapping.

Documentation: The López Michelsen-Betancur interchange.

OAS To Set Meeting To Condemn Drugs

by Dolia Estévez Pettingell

Examines the strategy behind “Ibero-American leaders” taking the war against drugs into the OAS and the United Nations.

U.S. Scientists Push Beams at Erice Meet

by Mary McCourt

Who’s Giving Away Morocco—and Why?

by Thierry Lalevée

India Seeks Negotiated Settlement to the Ethnic Conflict in Sri Lanka

by Susan Maitra

Facing pressure from Tamils in India over a harsh crackdown on Tamils in Sri Lanka, India is working hard on a solution, before it becomes a superpower issue. Susan Maitra reports from New Delhi.

International Intelligence


Kissinger Tightens Grip over GOP at Convention

by Criton Zoakos

Not what was said, but what was not said at the Republican convention in Dallas, defines the real state of affairs in the country, the Reagan Administration, and the Republican Party. Editor-in-Chief Criton Zoakos examines this deafening silence.

The Georgetown ‘Decouplers’ Get Their Marching Orders from Moscow

by Mark Burdman

They visit the Kremlin regularly, and return with new policy proposals for the White House.

Profile: Vernon Walters: Averell Harriman’s Paper-Clip General

by Laurent Murawiec

DeLorean Verdict Stings FBI Frameups

by Jeffrey Steinberg

LaRouche’s NDPC Celebrates Its Fourth Anniversary of Making History

by Warren J. Hamerman

The story of the nation’s fastest- growing political action committee by its executive director, Warren J. Hamerman.

Documentation: The principal NDPC policy documents.

Kissinger Watch

by M.T. Upharson

Operation Maximilian against Operation Juárez.

Elephants and Donkeys

by Kathleen Klenetsky

Fritz: Dismantle Nuclear Forces.

National News