The former Minister of planning, Transportation, Industrial Development, Water Resources, and Mining of Mali discusses Africa’s potential for development through technology.
The director of the recent CSIS study simulating of the fall of the Philippines gives a candid view of the psychological techniques used to determine policy.
by M. Mizrahi
The New Middle East.
by Vivian Freyre Zoakos and Mark Burdman
France in Uproar over Trilaterals.
Pope Backs Debtors in UN Speech
by Lorenzo Carrasco
Sarney Rejects IMF Shock Treatment.
by Susan Maitra
Accord To Share Ganga Water Extended.
by Anton Chaitkin
Henry Clay: National development must take precedence over debt payments.
The dangers of the summit obsession.
by Valerie Rush
After the Institute for International Finance meeting, the Reagan Administration cuts off Peru and the Philippines.
by Warren J. Hamerman
The director of the EIR Biological Holocaust Task Force documents the impending threat of the AIDS pandemic.
by Mary Lalevée
by Cynthia R. Rush
Alfonsín’s need to make a good showing in the forthcoming elections has driven him to take drastic political action.
by Marianna Wertz
AFL-CIO Convention: Trilateral Heyday.
by Paul Gallagher
The director of the Fusion Energy Foundation reports on Argentina’s CAREM Project for mass production of small nuclear reactor modules.
The jailing of anti-drug fighter Elliot Greenspan in Boston shows that President Reagan’s War on Drugs is being sabotaged from within the Justice Department and the FBI.
A documentation of the year-long harassment of organizations associated with Lyndon H. LaRouche by the Justice Department.
A portrait of the man who uses his position as U.S. Attorney to conduct political vendettas against his opponents.
by Criton Zoakos
Treason against U.S. national interests continues to be protected by two axiomatic delusions.
Think tanks and the U.S. media are openly promoting the fall of Marcos in the tradition of Vietnam and Iran.
by Rachel Douglas
Moscow reveals its plans for a New Yalta-style “collective security” pact for Asia.
by Thierry Lalevée
Part II of the text of a mysterious manuscript, discovered “somewhere near Qasr al-Nil, in Cairo,” during the Christmas season of 1982.
by Nancy Spannaus
The threat of AIDS is causing a revolution in American politics.
by Paul Gallagher
Weinberger takes on the most powerful lobby group in the world.