by Mark Burdman
Looks at A Walk with a White Bushman by Sir Laurens van der Post.
by Jacques Cheminade
The Chink in Chirac’s Armor.
by Rainer Apel
Bonn and Iran Share Explosive Secrets.
by Susan Maitra
The García-Gandhi Connection.
by Hugo López Ochoa
A Trilateraloid Strike.
by Marco Monteiro
Wild Card in the Debtors’ Deck?
Take out Khomeini!
Over the next 30 years, Ibero-America will require urgent investments in urban infrastructure, in order to raise the productivity of labor and of the general population. This 21st installment from the book, Ibero-American Integration: 100 Million New Jobs by the Year 2000! discusses building new great cities as well as providing services to existing ones.
by Marsha Freeman
Recent geophysical experiments using pulsed MHD generators indicate that the United States is finally attempting to catch up to the Soviets in this crucial SDI technology.
by Warren J. Hamerman
The Centers for Disease Control, had it shifted policy earlier, might have saved tens of thousands of lives—but now, at least it is opening up a debate on the obviously necessary public health measures earlier associated with LaRouche.
by Leonardo Servadio
by Poul Rasmussen
by Cristina Fiocchi
Slightly more than a year after the Schiller Institute’s historic conference in Rome, the Vatican has backed the demands for justice of the peoples of the Third World.
by Mark Sonnenblick
by Ramtanu Maitra
by Marcia Merry
USX “Reopens”; Shuts Four Steel Plants.
Leading Indicators of What?
by Scott Thompson
Various delegations of Establishment leaders from the New York Council on Foreign Relations and the Trilateral Commission are descending upon Moscow for talks aimed at selling Western Europe to the Soviets—as Gorbachov continues to build up a war economy.
by William Engdahl
Genscher’s speech at the Davos economic conference in Switzerland, was titled “Take Gorbachov Seriously—Take Gorbachov at his Word.”
Reports from the Soviet New Times, Spain’s El País, and Italy’s Il Giornale and La Repubblica.
by Valerie Rush
In what has been termed the single greatest event to date in the war on drugs, Colombian authorities seized Robert Vesco’s business partner in cocaine, and shipped him to the United States to stand trial.
by Jeffrey Steinberg
A secret satanic agenda could be the key to the entire Irangate scandal.
by Thierry Lalevée
Ayatollah Khomeini will not die; he will simply “disappear.” Thierry Lalevée looks inside Iran, on the eighth anniversary of the Islamic Revolution.
A deterioration in the intellectual capabilities of youth is blamed for the advances made by the anti-Western party in the Jan. 25 election.
by Mark Burdman
by Linda de Hoyos
by Joseph Brewda
Senator Boren has blasted the role of “part-time consultant” to the NSC Michael Ledeen and the Israeli Mossad in running covert operations through, but independent of, the U.S. government.
by Criton Zoakos
Efforts to strip the Presidential candidate of security coincide with articles in the press demanding that he “disappear.”
More than 150 defense motions and supporting memoranda document an 18-year witchhunt against LaRouche and his associates.
by Leo Scanlon
by Kathleen Klenetsky
Not if TrilateraLloyd Cutler has his way.
by Nicholas F. Benton
Speakes Slams Press in Departure.
by Ronald Kokinda