by John Grauerholz, M.D.
African Health Crisis Can Be Overcome.
by Charles B. Stevens
JET Hits Record for Fusion Confinement.
by Luba George
Step-Up in Stalin’s Rehabilitation.
by Rainer Apel
The Social Democrats vs. Reagan.
by Laurent Rosenfeld
Mitterrand’s Anti-American Tilt.
by Liliana Gorini-Celani
Communists Caught “Red Handed.”
by Aurora Borealis
Look Who’s in the KGB’s Service!
The “Cyprus Dossier,” Again.
Beware Kissinger’s crisis traps!
by Sophie Tanapura
Report from Bangkok and the conference (co-sponsored by EIR) which could transform the economic future of the Indian and Pacific Ocean basins-and the world.
Documentation: Excerpts of conference presentations.
by Valerie Rush
by Sylvia Brewda
In the past two decades, India has proven that the most fundamental premise of Malthusianism is a prescription for disaster.
by Mary Lalevée
by Cynthia Parsons
“Radical Restructuring” Under Way.
by David Goldman
No Dollar Collapse Yet.
by Laurent Murawiec
Gvishiani’s Innocent Proposal.
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. examines the full implications of the recent decision against him in his libel suit against NBC-TV. No citizen, not even the President of the United States, will have any recourse against news media lies if “confidential sources” are given the same standing in court as real people.
An EIR investigative team reports their findings to date.
by Rachel Douglas
A profile of Rostislav Ulyanovskii.
by Nancy Spannaus
Documentation: Vadim Zagladin’s New Times attack, and Belisario Betancur’s warm greetings.
by Katherine Kanter
The anthropology of terror: José Miguel de Barandiaran—part III in the series.
by Kathleen Klenetsky
“Star Wars” became the key issue of the presidential campaign, but if the results weren’t quite what Mondale’s backers expected, the fight is far from over.
Documentation: Kissinger’s vow to break LaRouche-Reagan links; and the world’s response to Reagan’s landslide.
The Portrait of a Harvard Punk.
by Mark Burdman
by M.T. Upharson
Kissinger and the “Super S” Scandal