by Mary Lalevée
The general secretary of the Society of Exotic Pathology, and professor at the Pasteur Institute in Paris discusses Africa’s cholera epidemic.
The president of Colombia’s national health workers union talks about malaria’s resurgence.
The World Health Organization’s (WHO) Parasitic Disease Program, Trypanosomiasis Unit, describes the epidemic of “sleeping sickness.”
by Aurora Borealis
Olof Palme and the A-Bomb.
by Luba George and Carol Green
ROC’s War on the Vatican.
by Josefina Menéndez
Nazi-Communist Pact in Nuevo León.
by Susan Maitra
India Looks West for Defensive Arms.
by Sophie Tanapura
What’s At Stake for the Non-Aligned?
The Bonn Summit Fiasco.
by Salvador Lozano
“No to the IMF: National sovereignty comes first,” was emblazoned on the enormous banners.
by Kathy Wolfe
From EIR’s forthcoming Quarterly Economic Report.
by Sylvia Palacios
by Mary Lalevée
Swiss Gold Plan Rears Its Head.
by Charles B. Stevens
New Results in Light Ion Beam Fusion Promise Breakthrough by 1990s.
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
Looks at the absurdity called “artificial intelligence,” and the pseudo-scientific beliefs among the scientifically-educated personnel who devote their professions to this useless effort.
by Joseph Brewda
Repeatedly arrested by the Nazis during the war, he always miraculously escaped the death meted out to other Jews. Joe Brewda reports who this celebrated “Nazi-hunter” really was, and is.
by Vin Berg
The outcome of President Reagan’s current trip to Germany, as of this writing, is a strengthening of German-American relations and of the Western alliance, at least temporarily.
Documentation: Excerpts from a speech by parliamentarian Alois Mertes, and the letter to Reagan from the Reichsbanner organization.
by Dean Andromidas
General Berkhof of the Netherlands has detailed the proposal.
by Katherine Kanter
by Thierry Lalevée
by Leo Scanlon
What they are doing, and proposing to do, is frequently unconstitutional, and always close to treason.
by Nicholas F. Benton
The State Department cult-building games only the Soviets can win: a conference report.
Excelsior blows the U.S. Attorney’s crime ties.
Who is John Rees really?
by Kathleen Klenetsky