Volume 13, Number 47, November 28, 1986



Report from Rome

by Marco Fanini

AIDS Cases Multiply in Italy.

Mother Russia

by Luba George

Patriarchate Renews Threat to Pope.

Report from Bonn

by George Gregory

Stories Around Town.

Dateline Mexico

by Josefina Menéndez

Regan Crony Attacks Anti-Drug Fighter.

Report from Rio

by Silvia Palacios

Fragile PMDB Victory in Brazil.

Report from Bangkok

by Sophie Tanapura

The Kra Canal Keeps Moving Forward.

From New Delhi

by Susan Maitra

A New Boost for Regional Cooperation.


WHO Admits AIDS Pandemic.


The Boesky ‘Insider Trading’ Affair

by Christopher White

Has Don Regan’s grip on U.S. economic policy been dealt a fatal blow by the Wall Street corruption scandal?

Secret ECU Scheme Fits Soviet Plans

by William Engdahl

Africans Seek ‘Marshall Plan’

by Mary Lalevée

Colombian Labor Unites in Mighty New Anti-Mafia Confederation

by Valerie Rush and Gerardo Terán

Documentation: Excerpts from the speech by former Labor Minister Jorge Carrillo to the founding conference of the Unified Workers Confederation.

Mexican Exposes AIFLD Labor Links to Drug Traffickers

Currency Rates

Grim Reality under Jaruzelski: What It Means To Live as a Vassal

by Tadeusz Rejtan

Unique EIR Model on AIDS Announced

by Warren J. Hamerman


by John Grauerholz, M.D.

AIDS Virus Pool Increases.


by Marcia Merry

The USDA “Reforms” PIK Funny Money.

Business Briefs

Operation Juárez

A Roadmap for Industrial Growth of Ibero-America

The development of the economic structure of Ibero-America basically requires economic growth directed at strengthening the productive sector over the service sector, in order to achieve the kind of capital-intensive growth that development requires.

Science & Technology

Scientific Method and Individual Political Freedom

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Scientists are most concerned with a special aspect of political freedom, the freedom of truthful scientific inquiry. This analysis by Lyndon LaRouche underlines those aspects of the cause of scientific freedom, which illuminate the proper standards for definition of political freedom in general.


Reagan Must Drop Shultz To Keep the NATO Alliance

by Criton Zoakos

Evaluates the “post-Reykjavik” crisis in the Western alliance. Shultz and the Trilateral Commission “decouplers” are under fire from the Joint Chiefs of Staff and the NATO command. Will the President draw the appropriate conclusions?

The Friedmann Plan for Unifying Germany

Schmidt Calls for European ‘Assertion’

Disinformation on NATO Alert Status

Pugwashers Seek To ‘Denuclearize’ Europe

Soviets Make Separate Arms Offer to Europe

World Leaders Oppose ‘Decoupling’ Moves


What Is Israel’s Policy toward Iran?

by Thierry Lalevée

Documentation: An interview with Gen. Amnon Shahak, director of Israel’s Military Intelligence, to the Jerusalem Post.

Showdown in the Philippines

by Linda de Hoyos

New Revelations of Syria’s Terror Role

by Thierry Lalevée

Kremlin: A Missing Propaganda Czar

by Konstantin George

The Imperial Designs behind Moscow’s Revival of the Baron Rio Branco

by Lorenzo Carrasco

Why are the Soviets praising the man who allied with Teddy Roosevelt, and made Brazil into the policeman of the international banks against South America’s republics?

Drago’s Financial Corollary to the Monroe Doctrine

Colombian Anti-Drug Hero Gunned Down

In memoriam: Colonel Jaime Ramírez Gómez.

International Intelligence


Fiascos Set Administration into Full Factional War

by Webster G. Tarpley

At stake is the chance to impart new direction to a government now a derelict, dead in the water-and thereby to ensure the survival of the Western alliance.

Carter, Yazdi, and the Iranian Deal

Documentation: “Secret-sensitive” State Department documents reveal Yazdi’s links to U.S. officials back in 1978.

Bishops’ Pastoral Letter on Economy Attacks IMF, Embraces Zero Growth

by Kathleen Klenetsky

John Paul II personally intervened to ensure that the letter’s pro-International Monetary Fund stance was dropped.

National News