Volume 13, Number 33, August 22, 1986



Middle East Report

by Thierry Lalevée and Robert Greenberg

Soviets Court Rapprochement in Israel.

Dateline Mexico

by Josefina Menéndez

Nazi-Communists Renew Alliance.

Andean Report

by Valerie Rush

Barco’s First Week.


Kornblum Should Resign.

Science & Technology

The Steps to Human Habitation on Mars

by Marsha Freeman

The National Commission on Space has stated that the goal of space exploration is to make the Solar System “the home of humanity”—and that starts with Mars.


Time To Open the Mario Cuomo File!

by Joseph Brewda

It is a pressing national security concern that the New York State Democratic Party, and other state party machines’ decades-long partnership with the mafia be abruptly ended.


IMF Declared ‘Ineligible’ To Run the World Economy

by Mark Sonnenblick

On Aug. 15, as the IMF was debating how it could declare “ineligible” a country which had just bombed its cocaine labs, the President of Peru met in Lima with a dozen labor leaders from all over the continent.

The Fraud in the Budget Forecasts

by David Goldman

Congress and the Administration are competing to see who can produce the most incompetent forecasts of the budget deficit.

AIDS Cover-Up Exposed in Europe

California Officials Refuted on Transmissibility of AIDS

by John Grauerholz, M.D.

An affidavit submitted by John Grauerholz, M.D., in refutation of claims made by the Attorney-General of California against Proposition 64.

Currency Rates


by Montresor

The Reality Principle.


by Marcia Merry

The Grain Storage “Problem.”

Business Briefs


Secretary George Shultz’s German Terrorist Friends

Dossier: Greens, Terrorists, and the Subversion of the German State

Who the Green Party leaders are, their criminal histories, their connections to the East, and to the world’s terrorist governments.


Berlin Policy: State Department Flouts Reagan

by Rainer Apel

“They started with barbed wire, instead of a wall. If we had gone in there and had torn this wire down, there would be no wall,” said the President, accurately—but a State Department spokesman immediately contradicted him.

Political ‘Strains’ Take Toll on Queen?

by Mark Burdman

Peru Bombs Cocaine Fields, as Ibero-America Unites To Fight Drugs

by Ricardo Martín and Valerie Rush

Conference Report: Caracas Meeting Proposes Continental Police Force against Drugs

U.S. and Mexican Presidents Join Forces for the War on Drugs

by Dolia Estévez-Pettingell

Talks on the Sino-Indian Border Dispute: The Ritual Continues

by Susan Maitra and Ramtanu Maitra

France Joins Spain in War on ETA Terror

by Leonardo Servadio

Garrigues Exit: A Trilatfall in Spain

by Mark Burdman and Leonardo Servadio

International Intelligence


Will Perjury Charges Ruin William Weld’s Career?

by Michele Steinberg

Documentation: Excerpts of Weld’s testimony at Senate hearings on Aug. 13.

The Case against William Weld

by Warren J. Hamerman

The testimony in opposition to the nomination, submitted by Warren J. Hamerman, chairman of the National Democratic Policy Committee, to the U.S. Senate Committee on the Judiciary.

Where Reagan Disagrees with LaRouche

An issue-by-issue comparison.

Military’s Testing Results Show the War on Drugs Can Be Won

by Nicholas F. Benton

Eye on Washington

by Nicholas F. Benton

Bolivian Anti-Drug War Declared a Success.

Congressional Closeup

by Kathleen Klenetsky

National News