by Michael Weissbach
The Worst Choice for U.S. Ambassador.
by Jacques Cheminade
Toward a Swiss “Recentering.”
by Mary Lalevée
Africa Could Reclaim the Desert.
by Aurora Borealis
Battering Ram against Danish Farming.
Dope and Anthropology Are Scored.
by Josefina Menéndez
Who Wants the Casinos?
by Gretchen Small
The New Plot of the “Cocaine Colonels.”
ISC—Moonies in the Military.
Did FBI Get U.S. Drug Agent Killed?
by Christopher White
Now, as the illusions of a growing “U.S. economic recovery” are discredited by the newly erupted crises of the dollar, some are whispering nervously, “Do you suppose that LaRouche has been right all along?”
by Nicholas F. Benton
by Carlos Cota
by Ramanu Maitra
On the government’s determination to develop a complete national space program by the 1990s.
by Rainer Apel
Yes, and what’s left of German industry is dangerously dependent on contracts from the East.
by Kathy Wolfe
Chapter 11 for the United States?
It’s Official: U.S. a Debtor Nation.
by Carol White
Two years ago, an EIR study predicted that a massive influx of productivity into the economy would follow from crash implementation of President Reagan’s Strategic Defense Initiative (SDI). Now, a new EIR study examines the actual impact of laser and related breakthroughs on the economy, and the potential which these give for an industrial takeoff—provided the vicious policies of Paul Volcker now suppressing industrial growth are reversed.
by Wolfgang Lillge, M.D. and John Grauerholz, M.D.
State Department bungling has been read in London, Moscow, Damascus, and Libya as a green-light for the Egyptian leader’s overthrow, and an early Soviet-directed Qaddafi takeover of Chad, Sudan, and Egypt.
Documentation: President Mubarak’s diplomatic offensive, and Soviet press denunciations.
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
Lyndon LaRouche’s general staff order for a real war on drugs, delivered before a Mexico City EIR seminar March 13.
Documentation: Mexican press coverage.
by Laurent Murawiec
by Konstantin George
by Warren J. Hamerman
The President’s “victory” on the MX missile grabbed headlines, but it was worse than Pyrrhic.
by Leo Scanlon
A report on a March 18 seminar on Capitol Hill co-sponsored by EIR and the Fusion Energy Foundation.
by Kathleen Klenetsky