Volume 14, Number 46, November 20, 1987



Dr. André Wynen

Dr. André Wynen is Secretary General of the World Medical Association, Inc.

Book Reviews

SDI Spinoffs: Need for a ‘Science Driver’ Approach

by Carol White

Review of SDI and Industrial Technology Policy, Threat or Opportunity, by Walter Zegveld and Christien Enzing.

Lord Mountbatten and the Anglo-Soviet Trust

by Rachel Douglas

Looks at The Khrushchev Objective, by Christopher Creighton and Noel Hynd.


From New Delhi

by Susan Maitra

Conable Comes Calling.

Report from Rio

by Silvia Palacios

Sarney Can’t Have Both.

Dateline Mexico

by Hugo López Ochoa

Labor Wakes Up.

Andean Report

by Valerie Rush

“Americas Battalion” Targets Peru.


Gorbachov Undergoes Collectivization.

AIDS Update

Helms AIDS Amendment Kindles ‘Gay’ Outrage

by Kathleen Klenetsky

Idaho Takes Public Health Approach to AIDS


Central Banks Seek Ouster of Reagan’s Economic Team

by Christopher White

The unusual results of the BIS meeting demonstrate that the rest of the world will not accept much longer the way the United States has been accustomed to conducting its business.

Next Financial Earthquake on the Way

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

There is no financial crisis which the U.S. government can not overcome, if it recognizes that a crisis exists, and takes the appropriate measures. This analysis was released by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. on Nov. 11.

Currency Rates

Caution! HMOs May Be Dangerous to Your Health

by Linda Everett

Chances are, your HMO is paying your doctor the most when he gives you the least care.

World Medical Association Issues Madrid Declaration against Euthanasia

by Jutta Dinkerman

Interview with Dr. André Wynen.

French Protest Plan To Kill Handicapped Children

Argentines Say ‘Enough!’ to IMF

by Cynthia R. Rush

Colombia: Interest Hike Means Blowout?

by Valerie Rush

Business Briefs


The European ‘Irangate’ Cartel of Karl-Erik Schmitz

by William Engdahl

Revelations originating with the Swedish Customs Service are exposing step by step a Europe-wide network that was part of Oliver North’s gun-running to Iran—and is still selling arms to Khomeini.

Victims of the Iranian Arms Procurement Program

Karl-Erik Schmitz’s Operation in West Germany

The Tirrena Deal and the European ‘Gunpowder Club’

by Göran Haglund

The Yugoslav Deal and Karl-Erik Schmitz

by Göran Haglund


Arab Summit Lends Support to U.S. Gulf Policy

by Jeffrey Steinberg

By issuing a unified denunciation of Iran, and clearing the decks for renewed diplomatic relations with Egypt, the Amman gathering signals a “phase change” in the Middle East situation.

Who’s Cooking Up a ‘New Yalta’ Deal over the Republic of Korea?

by David Hammer

Start with the U.S. State Department’s Gaston Sigur.

Soviet Forgery Cited in Israel’s ‘Ivan’ Trial

by Mark Burdman

Is There Really a Central America Deal?

by Gretchen Small

Nov. 8-9 Referendum: 25 Million Italians Cast Protest Vote

by Liliana Celani

Confucian Consensus Rules at 13th Communist Party of China Congress

by Linda de Hoyos

Tunisia, after Coup, Enters a New Era

by Philip Golub

Ogarkov’s Men Rise to Power in Soviet Military Command

by Konstantin George

International Intelligence


LaRouche Program Poses Dilemma to Washington

by Nicholas F. Benton

What will become of the defense readiness program Weinberger fought for?

Government Stumbles in ‘LaRouche’ Case

The “LaRouche trial” in Boston has run into even more problems for the prosecution, as the issue of intelligence community involvement has moved onto center stage.

Documentation: An article from the Reading Times, “Slow Pace of Frankhauser Case Is a Trial for Observers.”

Elephants and Donkeys

by Kathleen Klenetsky

The “Root Canal Economics” of Bob Dole.

Eye on Washington

by Nicholas F. Benton

Wall Street Demands Social Security Cut.

Congressional Closeup

by Kathleen Klenetsky

National News