Volume 12, Number 47, November 29, 1985



Dr. Ricardo Veronesi

The President of the Brazilian Society for Infectious Diseases and Vice-President of the International Federation for Infectious and Parasitic Diseases describes the “apocalyptic” AIDS crisis developing in Brazil.

Pacífico A. Castro

by Paul Goldstein

The Acting Foreign Minister of the Philippines denounces the U.S. media’s campaign against his country.


Dateline Mexico

by Josefina Menéndez

Paying Without Growing: 1986 Budget.

Report from Italy

by Linda Cellini

Looking Closely at LaRouche.


by Augustinus

García and John Paul II Discuss Debt.

Southeast Asia

by Our Bangkok Bureau

Kissinger On the Hot Seat in Thailand.

Report from Rio

by Lorenzo Carrasco and Silvia Palacios

Election Results Could Destabilize Sarney.


The Stench of Munich 1938


Gorbachov’s Purges Signal Gear-Up of the War Economy

by Konstantin George

AIDS in Brazil: A Doctor’s Report

by Prof. Ricardo Veronesi

‘World Food Summit’ Ignores Debt Issue

by Mary Lalevée

Bleak Picture for African Agriculture

by Mary Lalevée

Currency Rates

Domestic Credit

by D. Stephen Pepper

The Pension Plan Crisis.

Business Briefs

Science & Technology

Steel Production in an Age of ‘Universal Machines’

by Robert Gallagher

Part II of a series on plasma technologies just over the horizon.


The International Backers of Colombia’s M-19

From the New York Times to Le Monde, the press is playing the M-19’s assault on Bogota’s Palace of Justice as a “liberation struggle” which was crushed by “government repression.” A team of EIR investigators has pulled together the real story of this narco-terrorist gang and its international support networks.

The European Supporters of Ibero-America’s Narco-Terrorists

‘Long, Bloody War, Another Vietnam’

An interview with M. M. Herrera, a founding member of the Franco-Peruvian Intercultural Center and supporter of Peru’s Shining Path terrorists, published in France.

Sendero, M-19 Backers in France

RIM: Narco-Terror International

Strategic Studies

Germany’s Positive Contribution to World Development

by Helga Zepp-LaRouche

Part II of a policy document by Schiller Institute founder Helga Zepp-LaRouche, calling for a just settlement of Germany’s borders, and a true definition of nationhood.

Helga Zepp-LaRouche

Her curriculum vitae.


World Leaders Call for New Nuremberg Tribunal

by Christina Nelson Huth

In the docks this time around will be the International Monetary Fund, the drug-traffickers, and the regimes of the Soviet Union, Libya, Iran.

Thatcher Forced onto SDI Bandwagon

by Laurent Murawiec

St. Augustine, ‘Realistic Pacifism,’ and the Strategic Defense Initiative

by Gabriel Del Estal

A paper presented to the Schiller Institute’s conference in Rome.

Portugal before the Presidential Election

by Laurent Murawiec

International Intelligence


Geneva Unmasks Soviets’ Post-Reagan Intentions

by Konstantin George

What was Gorbachov’s first agenda item in the summit meeting with Reagan? “Silence LaRouche!”

Vitalii Yurchenko, the CIA, and the ‘Holy Matushka Rus’ Debate

by Criton Zoakos

Profile: Dr. Otis R. Bowen: A New Dr. Brandt at the HHS

by Linda Everett

Eye on Washington

by Nicholas F. Benton

Casual Contact Can Cause AIDS — “Lucky If We Get $3 Billion.”

Congressional Closeup

by Ronald Kokinda and D. Stephen Pepper

National News