Volume 12, Number 40, October 11, 1985



Debra Freeman

Gerald M. Shea

Jean-Marie Caro

Christian Lenzer

Helmut Ulke


Report from Rio

by Silvia Palacios

Will Kissinger Deceive Brazil Again?

Report from Africa

by Mary Lalevée

A War on Drugs.

Report from Paris

by Our Special Correspondent

Questions for the State Department.

Report from Bonn

by Rainer Apel

Left-Wing Riots Introduce “Hot Autumn.”

Andean Report

by Valerie Rush

“Peronism” in Colombia?


A rapid turn to economic development.


James Baker’s Equity Grab at the Annual IMF Meeting

by David Goldman

There is no strategy to head off the debt crisis, and no money with which to do it. There is, for the first time since the debt crisis blew up after Volcker’s 1980 credit crunch, a well-organized debtors’ political opposition.

Panama’s Barletta Finds Out the Hard Way: IMF Dictators Can Fall, Too

by Gretchen Small

Mexico’s Earthquake: Was It Enough To Shake Off IMF Dictatorship?

by Timothy Rush

Bolivia: IMF, World Bank Back Mass Repression

by Valerie Rush

García Transforms General Assembly

Currency Rates

Business Briefs

Science & Technology

Frontiers of Industry: Lasers Married to Robots

by William Engdahl

Technological breakthroughs at the European Machine Tool Exhibition in Hanover.

Startling Revelations on Soviet Subs

by Charles B. Stevens

According to Jane’s Fighting Ships, they are electromagnetically propelled!


Leading Scientists Sound the Global Alarm on AIDS

by Warren J. Hamerman

AIDS could become a catastrophe far worse than even full-scale thermonuclear war. Warren Hamerman, director of EIR’s Biological Holocaust Task Force, reports on the latest testimony of experts.

Interview: Dr. Debra Freeman

by Warren J. Hamerman

Doctor of public health and political leader says the United States has become a massive breeding ground for AIDS.

What Is the Swiss Role in the Spread of AIDS?

by Warren J. Hamerman

Interview: Gerald M. Shea

AIDS is a public health concern, says the Director of Health Care Division, Service Employees International Union.

Zaire: Case Study in IMF’s ‘AIDS Belt’


Israel’s Tunisia Raid: A Major U.S. Strategic Blunder

by Thierry Lalevée

Participation in the SDI: Can the Federal Republic Take the Lead?

by Heinz Horeis

First-hand report from the Western European Union colloquium in Munich. Interviews: Jean-Marie Caro: “Eureka should not be anti-SDI project.” Christian Lener: “Germany must decide by end of this year.” Helmut Ulke: “What’s lacking are political decisions.”

The Soviets Are Sending Moles into SDI ... and They’re British

by Laurent Murawiec

‘Dark Ages’ Defeated in German Courts

Greens Like Nazis, Say Top Witnesses

Investigative Leads: Soviet Build-Up of Angola Feeds Southern Africa Destabilization

International Intelligence


Raymond Barre: Moscow’s Favorite Son for France

by Mark Burdman and Yves Messer

Documentation: Trilateral Paris agenda.

Raymond Barre’s Trilateralisms


Weinberger: The Soviets Have Never Accepted MAD

by Kathleen Klenetsky

After months of reticence, the Reagan Administration has kicked off an educational campaign on the threat posed by the Soviet Union’s own massive strategic defense program—and why the West must embark on an equally ambitious program if it wants to survive.

AIDS Issue Cited: LaRouche Announces He’ll Run in 1988

Judge Denies First Amendment Rights

Eye on Washington

by Nicholas F. Benton

State Briefing on Soviet Strategic Defense.

Congressional Closeup

by Ronald Kokinda and Susan Kokinda

National News