by Criton Zoakos
Most of us, living in the here and now, have trouble appreciating that our civilization’s historical program, from its inception, was “to make all men into sons of God,” and while nothing is sure in the coming year, we have a fighting chance.
by Christopher White
The economy has now entered a bankruptcy reorganization dictated by the IMF—the end of an era in United States and world history.
by David Goldman
The commercial banks have endorsed James Baker’s debt plan at last, but it is already guaranteed to fail. The reason? The depression in international trade.
by Gretchen Small
In the face of a furious onslaught by Dope, Inc., the groundwork was laid this year for a military alliance against “narco-terrorism” in the Americas. Without this magazine, it never would have happened.
by Warren J. Hamerman
While government “experts” minimized the AIDS threat, EIR blew the cover off its true extent and the nest of Soviet officials running the disinformation campaign from Geneva.
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
by D. Stephen Pepper
U.S. Treasury at the brink.
by Vivian Freyre Zoakos
The authority of Reason was asserted, against collegial opinion, and against “pluralist” anarchy.
by Luba George
by Robyn Quijano
by Vin Berg
by Konstantin George
For the Soviet military buildup and Gorbachov’s vow to transform the economy, the past year was a turning point. Yet, the United States declares national bankruptcy and unilateral defense budget cuts.
by Webster G. Tarpley
An author of Global Showdown reports on the results of his international tour.
by Philip Golub
by Vin Berg and Rainer Apel
by Linda de Hoyos
The goal of combined British, Soviet, and State Department operations has been to destroy the independent nations of the region.
by Criton Zoakos
What was behind the year’s “spy wars”?
by Jeffrey Steinberg
by Mary Lalevée
by Thierry Lalevée
by Carol White
Tremendous technological breakthroughs were made, but funding has been all but cutoff.
by Marilyn Kay
Hundreds of incidents earned banking institutions nothing but a slap on the wrist.
by Marla Minnicino and D. Stephen Pepper
The National Democratic Policy Committee will be back next year with candidates for every congressional seat. And Lyndon LaRouche is running for President!
by Ronald Kokinda
by M.T. Upharson
Emissary for a “New Yalta” — A Global Assault against U.S. Allies.