by Kathleen Klenetsky
An Arizona Republican denounces the International Monetary Fund’s austerity conditionalities—and its aid cutoff to Mexico.
The rector of the University of Volgograd is forced to admit that EIR’s charges of a Soviet military-economic buildup are correct.
by Marjorie Mazel Hecht
The managing editor of Fusion magazine assesses the state of breeder technology development. The United States is 10 years behind France, but the possibility exists for a quick reversal of this stagnation.
State-Run Terrorism Unravels.
by Rainer Apel
Free Democrats Conspire with the Enemy.
by Susan Maitra
Gandhi Makes Himself Defense Minister.
by Sophie Tanapura
Thailand: Another IMF Victim?
Bolivia: the dope mafia’s revenge.
by Jonathan Tennenbaum
EIR’s evaluation is confirmed by European specialists: The “risk population” is not only homosexuals, but the entire population of the world.
by Dr. William A. Haseltine
Explosive testimony before a House subcommittee by Dr. William A. Haseltine of the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Harvard Medical School.
by Mary Lalevée
by Christopher White
by Thierry Lalevée
by Charles B. Stevens
by Martina Weiss
Company Shakeup Could End Strike.
by Marcia Merry
Can “Aggie Mae” Do the Job?
by Gretchen Small
The Peruvian President threatened to withdraw from the International Monetary Fund if immediate steps are not taken to reform the world monetary system. The international bankers are plenty worried.
by Dr. Alan García
The full text of the President’s historic speech.
by Mark Burdman
Behind the “Greenpeace” scandal: The French intelligence services have come under a concentrated assault led inside the government by a group of socialist ministers associated with the old Cominternist “Curiel network.”
by Luba George and Edith Vitali
From Linus Pauling to the German Greens to a Soviet cosmonaut, opponents of the Strategic Defense Initiative met in West Germany on the invitation of the German Communist Party’s “Krefeld Initiative.”
by Thierry Lalevée
France’s Raymond Barre has called on his fellow Trilteralists to “come clean.” What is he so worried about?
by David Goldman
The entire public discussion of trade policy in Washington is a hoax—including President Reagan’s Sept. 22 address.
by Patricia Salisbury
Profiles of the public officials who are defending the “civil rights” of the AIDS virus, at the expense of the health of their constituents.
Military Realities Go Public.
by Ronald Kokinda and Susan Kokinda