Volume 14, Number 10, March 6, 1987



Dr. John Grauerholz

The forensic pathologist, medical editor of EIR, and co-author of two Special Reports on AIDS and other pandemic diseases, talks about his recent tour of three South American countries.

Operation Juárez

The Industrial Backbone of an Integrated Continent

The centers for developing heavy industry and capital-goods industry in Ibero-America, where the most skilled labor force is concentrated and where the highest density of productivity is located, will have to act as a single integrated industrial force. Continuing EIR’s serialization of the Spanish-language book, Ibero-American Integration: 100 Million New Jobs by the Year 2000!

Science & Technology

Parameters for a Research Mobilization against AIDS

by Jonathan Tennenbaum

New diseases such as AIDS mean that mankind’s survival now depends on the launching of a “Biological Strategic Defense Initiative.” The first of a two-part series by Dr. Jonathan Tennenbaum.


Report from Bangkok

by Sophie Tanapura

How the Kra Canal Can Be Financed.

Andean Report

by Valerie Rush

Colombia’s “Bad Neighborhood.”

Northern Flank

by Göran Haglund

It’s Illegal To Think of Nuclear Power.

Report from Bonn

by Rainer Apel

“Decoupling” Faction Strengthened.

Report from Paris

by Yves Messer

Drug Legalizers Speak Out.

Report from Rome

by Liliana Celani

Patriots appeal to save Italy.

Mother Russia

by Konstantin George

Czar Mikhail’s Russification Drive.

From New Delhi

by Susan Maitra

Flap over AIDS Testing.


A Faction for Sanity?


The BLS Market Basket and the New Depression

by Christopher White

The statistical agency’s $45 million revision of the consumer market basket is incompetent, but unlike other administration “good news,” at least it does show that the economy is going down.

Ibero-American Officials Are Eager To Learn Truth on AIDS

Dr. John Grauerholz presented EIR’s epidemiological computer model on the spread of AIDS in Colombia, Venezuela, and Brazil.

LaRouche Program Dominates CDC AIDS Conference

Currency Rates

SDI Procurement: Where Does the United States Stand?

by Carol White

While the way may now be open politically for a more rapid pace of development, the budget for the program falls far short of being ambitious—let alone meeting the requirements of a true crash program.


by George Elder

The “Underground” Grain Trade.

Business Briefs


Brazil Moratorium Sinks International Monetary Fund

by Robyn Quijano

Brazil’s action has forced the long overdue debate on morality and economics more politely advanced 20 years ago by Pope Paul VI.

A New Era Begins as Brazil Collapses World Banking System

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

French Premier Backs Vatican on the Debt

African Leaders May Link Up with Brazil

by Mary Lalevée

Mexico: People with Brazil, President with Banks

by Hugo López Ochoa

Argentina Seeks ‘Better Conditions’

by Carlos Méndez

Venezuela Opts for ‘Debt for Equity’

by Carlos Méndez

Justitia et Pax: ‘At the Service of the Human Community’


Soviet Gamemasters Ready To Grab the Mideast

by Thierry Lalevée and Scott Thompson

The failure of the United States to wipe out terrorism in Lebanon in early February, paved the way for Syria’s re-entry into Beirut and Moscow’s moves to preside over the chaos in the region.

Soviet-Sponsored International Terrorism Goes On Trial in Paris

by Thierry Lalevée

France takes the gloves off in the Abdallah trial.

Soviets Upgrade ‘Operation Green’

International Intelligence


The Overdue Fall of Donald T. Regan

by Webster G. Tarpley

The White House Chief of Staff’s resignation fulfills the first step in meeting LaRouche’s demand that the former Merrill Lynch executive be jailed.

Elephants & Donkeys

by Kathleen Klenetsky

Trilaterals Hit a Rough Spot.

Year of the Constitution: How a Grand Jury Was Manipulated against Political Opponents

by Marianna Wertz

Eye on Washington

by Nicholas F. Benton

Congressional Closeup

by Ronald Kokinda

National News