by Muriel Mirak
The Israeli Minister of Labor and Social Affairs discusses his country’s economic crisis.
by Marjorie Mazel Hecht
The noted food irradiation expert tells how breakthrough was achieved.
by Carol White
Review of Stephen E. Ambrose’s Eisenhower the President.
by Rainer Apel
Brandt’s Pro-Green Policy Under Fire.
by Liliana Gorini-Celani
by Aurora Borealis
Threat of Anti-U.S. Terror in Denmark.
Extradited: A Man “Above Suspicion.”
Green Supporters Are War-Mongers!
by Kathy Burdman
In effect, the U.S. banking system is now being regulated as a colonial branch of foreign banking powers.
by Muriel Mirak
First-hand report on Israel’s desperate economic situation.
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
A selection from Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.’s statement to the Kra Canal conference in Bangkok.
by Laurent Rosenfeld
And our reply: an invoice.
by Christopher White
The combination of destruction of agricultural and related productive capabilities in the advanced sector, with an imperial-style veto on the development of food production capabilities outside the advanced sector, means that people do not eat-they die. Christopher White’s study of what can and must be done to save them.
by Vin Berg
Following the trail opened by a brilliant Egyptian counter-terror operation, Middle East and Western intelligence services are rushing to head off a multiple Sarajevo.
Examines the not-so-secret confab of three heads of state.
by Konstantin George
A Western European expert contributes an analysis of Olof Palme’s “nuclear-free zone” proposal.
by Carlos Wesley
by Mark Burdman
While Kissinger’s allies try to box in the President with an announced arms-control “breakthrough,” Reagan is not likely to agree to bargain away the “Star Wars” program—but the trap lies elsewhere, on his blind side: economics.
by Paul Gallagher
The post-election statement of the Fusion Energy Foundation’s Executive Director, Paul Gallagher.
Documentation: The Soviet advantage in nuclear warheads.
by Nicholas F. Benton
by Donald Baier
by M.T. Upharson
New Plots Hatched in Paris — Dr. K Agrees with Palme.