The Maronite Patriarch defends Lebanon’s integrity.
by Rainer Apel
Lothar Spaeth’s Moscow Trip.
by Liliana Celani and Marco Fanini
The Last Days of Giovanni Goria.
by Silvia Palacios
Sarney Attacks the Vatican.
by Hugo López Ochoa
Cultural War on the Church.
The Need for New Leadership.
by Christopher White
It’s not clear if it’s the final form the package will take, or just intended to elicit feedback—and it also doesn’t really matter.
An “urgent appeal” has been issued by the Club of Life.
by Mark Burdman
The text of a French Agriculture Ministry pamphlet on Minister François Guillaume’s proposal for promoting agriculture in the Third World.
by Ricardo Martín
by Marion Peretti
“Set Aside” Fiasco Pushed in Europe.
by Stephen Lewis
New Threat to Market Stability.
How close are we to “breakeven” in this unlimited source of energy? Concluding a three-part series abridged from the Office of Technology Assessment’s recent report.
by Gretchen Small
Panama’s problems with the Reagan administration began on Dec. 17, 1985, when General Noriega told John Poindexter that U.S. policy in Central America was nuts.
Documentation: Norman Bailey on getting rid of Panama’s army, the army’s official reply, and excerpts of a speech by General Noriega.
by Catalina Metzler
A first-hand report on the Senate Foreign Relations’ hearings, featuring Sen. John Kerry’s less-than-credible star witness.
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
Elaborates his policy on education, and insists that unless we return to the principles of classical secondary education, the next two generations will lack the ability to cope with the new forms of technological challenges presented during the remainder of this century and the early decades of the next.
by Criton Zoakos
At the helm of a culturally miserable land that could never accumulate anything for investment, the Russian military establishment’s options are constrained by what Western industrial-financial interests are willing to give them.
Western intelligence specialists are carefully studying the latest extraordinary broadside against Lyndon and Helga LaRouche, from the poison pens at Moscow’s Literaturnaya Gazeta.
by Linda de Hoyos
by George Gregory
A conference report from Munich: The entire debate raged inside the INF Treaty fishbowl, and the lid on the bowl was the so-called Iklé-Wohlstetter report.
by Webster G. Tarpley
Opposition to the INF and its promise of a decoupled Europe and thus of Soviet world domination still has very little principled character, but the treaty has become a political football, and is taking a beating.
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
From the Presidential contender’s Feb. 5 address to 500 New Hampshire high school students.
by Nicholas F. Benton
Iowa Reshapes Republican Race — Analysts Agree: Recession in 1988.
by Brig. Gen. Friedrich Wilhelm Grunewald (ret.)