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Volume 14, Number 30, July 31, 1987

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Osvaldo de Rivero  

by Ana María Mendoza and Hartmut Cramer

The Undersecretary for Economic Affairs in the Peruvian Foreign Ministry and head of the Peruvian delegation at UNCTAD VII.

Daniel Suazo  

The Minister Counselor, Ambassador at the Permanent Mission of the Dominican Republic in Geneva.

Bernard Chidzero  

The Minister of Finance, Economic Planning, and Development of Zimbabwe.

Abdul Munim  

Commerce Minister of Bangladesh.

Book Reviews

Confessions of a Soviet Trust Agent  

by Scott Thompson

Looks at Hammer, by Armand Hammer with Neil Lyndon.

Books Received  

Science & Technology

Mining Helium-3 on the Moon for Unlimited Energy  

by Marsha Freeman

There is enough fuel on the Moon’s surface to power the fusion reactors that can advance the Earth’s economy and begin industrializing space.


Report from Bonn  

by Rainer Apel

A Long-Overdue Look at the Red Army.

Northern Flank  

by Göran Haglund

AIDS Time Bomb Ignites in Sweden.

Rio Report  

by Silvia Palacios

Kremlin Blesses Brazil’s “Theolibbers.”

Dateline Mexico  

by Hugo López Ochoa

A “Green” Presidential Campaign.

Andean Report  

by Carlos Cota Meza

A New Front Against García.

Books Received  

Labor in Focus  

by Marcia Merry

“Foreigners” Threaten Auto?


Pentagon Ignoring Soviet Scientific Lead?


The Biggest Ponzi Game in History  

by David Goldman

The news is not that American banks will show the worst net loss in history during the second quarter, but rather, that the banking industry will continue to show such losses for the third quarter, the fourth quarter, and so forth, until such time that it ceases to exist, as matters stand.

Debt on the Agenda at UNCTAD VII, But West Cedes the Floor to Soviets  

by Ana María Mendoza and Hartmut Cramer

A first-hand report on the Geneva conference.

Documentation: Excerpts from the speeches of French President Mitterrand, Norwegian Prime Minister Brundtland, and Egyptian President Mubarak, and interviews with four government delegates.

Currency Rates  

Foreign Exchange  

by David Goldman

How Long for the Japanese Inflow?

Overcoming the Reagan ‘Recovery’: U.S. Manned Space-Flight Headquarters To Be in Virginia  

by Joyce Fredman

Third in a series.


by Marcia Merry

“Meat and Milk Will Make You Sick.”

Domestic Credit  

Government Bankrupt by End of July?

Business Briefs  


Has the U.S. Given In to Moscow in the War on Drugs?  

by Robyn Quijano

Soviet-directed narco-terrorism has penetrated every nation of Ibero-America. This flank of the Russian Empire’s subversion of the West demonstrates exactly how Soviet irregular warfare operates, and why the United States has been losing that war to Moscow for the last 20 years.

Panama: Narco-Terrorists’ Target: The Canal  

by Gretchen Small

Symbiosis of Drugs and Terror in Peru  

by Sara Madueño

Drugs and Terrorism in Colombia: How the Two Are Combined into One  

AIFLD: Friend of Drug Traffickers  


U.S Gulf Deployment a Blow to New Yalta Deal  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

The emergence of Weinberger’s military policy raises the possibility of a positive shift in U.S. foreign policy, but there is a deeper problem to be solved.

North Korea and State Department Seek Deal for Korean Peninsula  

by Linda de Hoyos

Alfonsín, IMF Push Argentina to Brink  

by Cynthia R. Rush

International Intelligence  

AIDS Update

OSHA Demands Worker Protection against AIDS  

Colorado Meatpacking Firm Will Test Workers  

AIDS Time Bomb Ignites in Sweden  

by Göran Haglund

Anti-AIDS Ballot Initiative Gets Under Way in California  

by Marla Minnicino

President’s AIDS Panel: A Lost Opportunity  

GOP Task Force Told: AIDS Politically Protected  

by Ronald Kokinda


Walsh Launches Next Phase of Iran-Contra Probe  

by Paul Goldstein

The Justice Department is under fire. Will the “Hashemi file” be opened next?

Anti-AIDS Ballot Initiative Gets Under Way in California  

by Marla Minnicino

Proposition 64 was defeated in 1986, but many things have changed.

President’s AIDS Panel: A Lost Opportunity  

Crimes of Environmentalism: How U.S. Laws Were Changed To Be Pro-Mosquito—and Against Humans  

by Marjorie Mazel Hecht

Eye on Washington  

by Nicholas F. Benton

Volcker: Greenspan’s Deregulation Is Disastrous.

Elephants & Donkeys  

by Kathleen Klenetsky

Hart Campaign Manager Scores Iowa “Blackmail” — Dukakis’s Anti-SDI Stance Stirs Rancor — Southern Dems Not Charmed by “Dwarfs”.

Congressional Closeup  

by Ronald Kokinda

National News  

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