Volume 12, Number 26, July 2, 1985



Eugene F. Whelan

The outgoing head of the World Food Council accuses the IMF and other U.N. agencies of genocide in Africa.


Andean Report

by Valerie Rush

Betancur in Showdown with the Oligarchy.

Dateline Mexico

by Josefina Menéndez

PAN Readies Electoral Violence.

Report from Bonn

by Rainer Apel

The Soviets Capitalize on Paralysis.


Time To Act against the Media!


Paris Meeting Told: Africa Faces Worst Holocaust Ever

by Mary Lalevée

Reports from the Paris conference of the World Food Council.

Argentina To Be Guinea Pig for IMF ‘Shock’

by Cynthia R. Rush

Talk, Prospects, and Promises, But No East-West Trade Upturn

by Konstantin George

The Kremlin dangles a carrot, but never lets anyone in the West get close enough to bite.

Moscow’s Trade Game in Western Europe

by William Engdahl

Science & Technology

by Paul Gallagher

Scientists Show Anti-Missile Defense Cheaper Than New Soviet Missiles

Currency Rates


by John Grauerholz, M.D.

Measles: Back to the Bad Old Days.

Business Briefs


LaRouche Replies to 1988 Doomsday Forecast by Castro

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

The world’s leading economist counters Castro’s and Soviet efforts to intervene into and take over Ibero-American resistance to IMF “conditionalities.”

Documentation: Extracts from Castro’s pronouncements.


The TWA Hijacking: Can the President Break the Syndrome?

by Paul Goldstein

He is faced with, not merely a gang of terrorists, but acts of war against the United States by the Soviet Union and its allies—and unless he makes a dramatic move against the barbarians, Ronald Reagan may be “the last President of these United States.”

Moscow Orders ‘Planetary Wave of Terrorism’

by Thierry Lalevée

Documentation: Behind the Hijacking—Lebanon’s Shi’ites.

Who in the U.S. Protects Terrorists in Papandreou’s Government?

by Phocion

Agca’s Trial in Rome: Will the Real Conspiracy vs. the Pope Come Out?

by Paolo Serri

Of Bulgaria, the KGB, “Catholic” cults, and the Third Secret of Fatima.

Brazil Seeks To Impose ‘Conditions’ on IMF

International Intelligence


Conference Honors Space Pioneer with Drive for SDI

by Nancy Spannaus

More than 450 leading military men, scientists, engineers, and political leaders from four continents, assembled to honor the late rocket scientist Krafft Ehricke, resolved to use their knowledge and experience to devise and fight for upgrading the Strategic Defense Initiative to a crash program.

Documentation: Messages to the conference from Jürgen Todenhöfer and Hermann Oberth.

Kissinger Watch

by M.T. Upharson

Henry Wants To Sell SDI, Dirt-Cheap — The “Temptation” of Unilateral Disarmament — Is Kissinger Running the Show?

Eye on Washington

by Nicholas F. Benton

Unreported: One of the Biggest Stories in Years — Tunisia’s President Calls on Reagan.

Congressional Closeup

by Ronald Kokinda and Susan Kokinda

National News