by Mary Lalevée
Debt Crisis Dominates OAU Meeting.
by Umberto Pascali
The Collapse of the Lira.
by John Grauerholz, M.D.
TB Begins Predicted Comeback.
Todor Zhivkov in Athens.
by Rainer Apel
Enter: “Mr. Disengagement.”
by Susan Maitra
Breakthrough over Punjab.
by Laurent Rosenfeld
French Socialists’ Lies on SDI.
A Report To Shake the World.
by Christopher White
The rebounding of the lira against the dollar may well prove to be the first flexing of the muscles of the arrangement reached between the BIS and Moscow last spring, and a prelude to the deflationary wipeout of over $2 trillion worth of paper assets in the U.S. economy.
by Cynthia R. Rush
When the Trade Union Commission of the Schiller Institute called for a July 15-17 conference of Ibero-American labor leaders in Mexico City, the friends of the IMF went into high gear to try to sabotage the meeting.
Documentation: The participants, speeches, and resolutions.
by Silvia Palacios
by Linda de Hoyos
by Susan Maitra
by Marianna Wertz
by Marcia Merry
by Dennis Small
There are three proposals for handling the debt problem, Kissinger’s, Castro’s, and LaRouche’s, and Ibero-America will choose one of them, this year. The presentation of Ibero-American Editor Dennis Small at the First Continental Conference of the Schiller Institute Labor Commission, on July 16.
The Soviet Union is in a full-scale prewar mobilization: An abridged version of the introductory section of EIR’s Special Report, “Global Showdown: The Russian Imperial War Plan for 1988,” released in Washington, D.C. on July 24.
by Mark Burdman
For all intents and purposes, the strategic disengagement of the United States from the Middle East has been certified by agreements between Jerusalem and Moscow.
by Valerie Rush
by Joseph Brewda
And, how the Soviets succeed in blaming their terrorist deployments on the United States.
by Dean Andromidas
An address by the Honorable Mr. J.D. Blaauw.
by D. Stephen Pepper
The political action committee has released the first definitive survey of the U.S. Congress on bipartisan issues of the nation’s most basic interest.
by Nicholas F. Benton
Many believe that the White House’s failure to aggressively pursue the President’s key programs—especially the Strategic Defense Initiative—is Don Regan’s work, and that it’s time he were relegated to as much influence as the chief cleaning lady.
And threatens to “chop off the head” of any black leader who opposes his Libyan-backed campaign against America.
by M.T. Upharson
Caught in the Act, Holding Hands — A Trilateral Offensive?
by Ronald Kokinda and Susan Kokinda