by Rainer Apel
Lebanese Hostage Crisis Made in Bonn.
by Susan Maitra
Beijing Shift on India Relations?
by Göran Haglund
Budget Cuts Weaken Northern Defense.
by Carlos Cota Meza
The Corruption of Pemex.
by Valerie Rush
Terrorists Hit Peru’s Industry.
by Lorenzo Carrasco
A Governors’ Revolt.
America and Socrates.
by Carol White
The George C. Marshall Institute’s new report documents the feasibility of an early deployment of an ABM shield. Although their approach relies heavily upon kinetic energy weapons rather than lasers—an approach we disagree with—they correctly identify the Soviet threat and assert that we can have a functioning ABM system within seven years, and an initial deployment within five years.
by Carol White
Part II of a proposal for antimissile defense of Western Europe developed by Gregory Canavan of Los Alamos National Laboratory.
by Robert Gallagher
by David Goldman
Trillions of dollars worth of debt are in jeopardy, as the real estate market, the thrift institutions, and major portions of the commercial banking system will come crashing down if there is even a 2% rise in interest rates.
by Mary McCourt
by Lorenzo Carrasco and Mark Sonnenblick
When Will the Big Money Exodus Begin?
by Marcia Merry
Just Who Are They Trying To Kid?
Steel Settlement Means Bankruptcy.
by Carol Cleary
After 18 more months of the “Reagan recovery,” one-third of the nation lives in real poverty. In the United States, in the year 1986, Americans were again lining up at soup kitchens and food pantries as their only alternative to slow starvation.
Although one of Ibero-America’s greatest resources is its water, the problem is that the plentiful water is poorly distributed. The job is to move the water to where it is needed, and that defines the major tasks of water management over the coming 30 years.
by Scott Thompson
Western speculation about whether the Iraqi city of Basra will fall to Iranian troops misses the crucial point: Khomeini’s regime must be destroyed.
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
Whenever the discussion of German culture and German history is raised by politicians in Germany today, one must wonder whether these symptoms of Germany consciousness are winds blowing westward or eastward.
by Linda de Hoyos
by Allen Douglas
by Tadeusz Rejtan
by Mark Burdman and Leonardo Servadio
by Webster G. Tarpley
Unless there are some radical changes in policy, it will be almost a miracle if we do not find ourselves getting used to saying “President George Bush” a few weeks down the line.
by Michele Steinberg
Documentation: EIR’s Law Editor Edward Spannaus fights for release of the Justice Department’s Hashemi files.
by Nicholas F. Benton
Pat Buchanan’s Desperation Move — Mayors Commiserate in Deep Freeze.