Volume 12, Number 10, March 12, 1985



Dr. Joseph Luns

by Michael Liebig and Dean Andromidas

The former NATO Secretary General discusses the SDI, Europe, and the Soviet Union.



by John Grauerholz, M.D.

Food Nuts: a Perennial Weed Flowers.

Report from Bonn

by Rainer Apel

Back into the Space Age.

Report from Italy

by Liliana Gorini

The Third Color.

Northern Flank

by Aurora Borealis

Palme’s Energy Dependence Plan.


by Augustinus

Toward an International Debt Summit.

Middle East Report

by Thierry Lalevée

Moscow and Abu Nidal’s “Resurrection.”

From New Delhi

by Susan Maitra

Who Won the Pakistan Election?


Stop the Neo-Nazi Revival!


March Financial War on U.S. Has Begun

by Christopher White

It is, perhaps, too much to expect that a mere one-day tumble in the dollar rate, however sharp, will dispel some of the deep-seated illusions that fill the heads of economic policymakers in Washington. However, the time left for those heads to clear is running out, and rapidly.

Venezuela’s ‘Boston Connection’: A Tale of Drugs, Debt, and Capital Flight

by Gretchen Small

Bank of Boston was the conduit for billions.

Argentina’s IMF Agreement Unravels

by Cynthia R. Rush

Currency Rates

1984 Called Africa’s Worst Year in History

by Mary Lalevée

Moscow’s Hand in the U.S. Farm Bill

by William Engdahl

Dzhermen Gvishiani’s KGB front in Vienna is helping U.S. agriculture policy to bankrupt U.S. agriculture.

Thai Minister Tells Japan: Not Only Thailand Would Benefit from Kra Canal


by Kathy Wolfe

Bringing the Eurodollar Market Home.

Business Briefs

Special Report

Food Policy: Will Free Enterprise Be the Death of You?

by Christopher White and Marcia Merry

Free Enterprise: the Dope Traders’ ‘Invisible Hand’

Free-Marketeers and Soviets Demand Destruction of U.S. Farm Parity Price

by Christopher White

Who’s Out To Shut Down U.S. Farming?

by George Elder

International Oligarchy Controls the Radical Farm Protest Movement

Meat Shortages Loom, But Ideologues Say the Problem Is ‘Overproduction’

by Marcia Merry

The LaRouche Plan To Solve the Food Crisis


Reagan, de la Madrid Seek Cooperation against Drugs

by Nancy Spannaus

The kidnaping of a U.S. drug enforcement official initially led to a serious worsening of relations between the United States and Mexico, but may end up providing the basis for a “new beginning” in relations.

Documentation: Statements by the Mexican Attorney General and U.S. Ambassador John Gavin.

One Army, One Church, and the Soviet Rehabilitation of Stalin

by Konstantin George

Chief of the General Staff Akhromeyev’s article in Kommunist was a signal of what is to come.

Mubarak, Peres Chart Peace Negotiations

by Thierry Lalevée

How will the Reagan Administration respond?

International Intelligence


SDI Advances Announced as Geneva Arms Talks Near

by Kathleen Klenetsky

Exploiting the final days prior to the reopening of the Geneva talks, the Administration has embarked on a public offensive for the two weapons systems the Soviets most want the United States to negotiate away.

The ‘Technology Focus’ of Strategic Defense

by Carol White

A report on SDI assistant director Yonas’s talk at the American Institute of Aeronautics.

Now the Heads Have To Roll in the DoJ

Attorney General Edwin Meese must move against the Justice Department’s protectors of the drug traffic. A list of targets.

Bank of Boston’s Crime Links Probed

by John Chambless

Dope Trade Flourishes as FBI Blocks President Reagan’s War on Drugs

by Marilyn Murray

Qaddafi Calls for U.S. Blacks To Revolt

by Robert Greenberg

Kissinger Watch

by M.T. Upharson

A “Signal” to Henry South of the Border — Who Is Out for the Pederast? — Kissinger on the Prowl.

Congressional Closeup

by Stanley Ezrol

Schiller Institute Invades Congress Again — Aides Take the Fifth — Signs of Progress — What’s Weld — Afraid To Talk — The Picture of Dorian Gray.

National News