by Rainer Apel
Moscow Bets against Kohl.
by Silvia Palacios
IMF Sabotages the Nuclear Program.
by Carlos Wesley
Back on the Front-Burner.
by Ricardo Martín
Cocaine Congressman Caught in Peru.
Go Nuclear Now.
by Carol White
Reports on the latest budget-cutting “restructuring” of the Strategic Defense Initiative, emphasizing a system that will be obsolete before it is deployed.
by Charles B. Stevens
Part II of the analysis of recently released letters and reports on this powerful SDI technology.
by Webster G. Tarpley
Deng’s skillful playing of the summit-hungry Kremlin is all the more remarkable in the light of the salient fact that Deng’s finesse tends to obscure: The Beijing regime is even more desperate, even more crisis-ridden than the Soviet Empire itself.
Documentation: A commentary by Taiwan’s China News.
by Christopher White
The savings league’s proposal for “reregulation” of the entire banking system shows that, at last, someone is beginning to wake up to the approach of the most cataclysmic financial catastrophe in human history, and to recognize that the current financial system is not to be supported, but reorganized.
by Suzanne Rose
by Marcia Merry
Feeding 15 Million Hungry Children.
by William Engdahl
Soviets Face New Oil Crisis.
by Helga Zepp-LaRouche
Introduction to the new Special Report issued by EIR in Wiesbaden, West Germany, “Europe 1992: Blueprint for Dictatorship.”
by Thierry Lalevée
Israel’s descent into the maelstrom of the same fundamentalist irrationalism infecting the Arab world is to be attributed to the vacuum in American foreign policy, and cynical “New Yalta” manipulations of the superpowers.
by Luba George
by Konstantin George
A probable November strike wave will be met by savage repression, thrusting Poland into a new crisis.
by Lydia Cherry
by Ramtanu Maitra
by Mark Burdman
by Robyn Quijano
Documentation: The letter of resignation of trade union leader Jorge Carrillo.
by Nicholas F. Benton
Although to date, concrete policy proposals have been left to Lyndon LaRouche, a spate of warnings by individuals ranging from Henry Kissinger to the West German Defense Minister has echoed LaRouche’s estimate of the Soviet threat.
by Jeffrey Steinberg
by Ralph de Toledano
by Nicholas F. Benton
Will Nuclear Energy Survive in U.S.?