Volume 15, Number 50, December 16, 1988



Father Alexander Bykowecz

An eyewitness tells how the Bolshevik regime starved the Ukraine.

Science & Technology

U.S. Military Capability Placed in Jeopardy

by Carol White

As a government report underlines, the U.S. not only has no industrial mobilization capability, but has lost the industrial foundation for even peacetime military readiness.

Military System Applications of Superconductors

From the Report of the Defense Science Board Task Force.


From New Delhi

by Susan Maitra

Benchmark in Sri Lanka.

Panama Report

by Carlos Wesley

Renewed Offensive against Noriega.

Andean Report

by Mark Sonnenblick

Pérez Wins Venezuelan Elections.


Gorbachov: No Man of Peace.


Financing a Revolution: The NPA’s European Backers

The third in a series on the creators and controllers of the Philippines guerrillas.


Food Cartels Run the Show at GATT Talks

by Marcia Merry

The final communiqué was a diplomatic feint, to conclude a staged, week-long brawl between the United States and the European Community. They disagreed over whether to slit the farmer’s throat from right to left, or left to right.

Currency Rates

Will Mexico’s New President Get Away with Another Year of Austerity?

by Carlos Méndez

‘Food for Peace’ Holds European-Wide Conference in West Germany

by Michael Stalla


by William Engdahl

More on the Moscow “Grain Robbery.”

Business Briefs

AIDS Update

Costs of Care To Rise Dramatically


Argentine Military Resistance Boosts Regional Security

by Robyn Quijano

Colonel Seineldín’s military action appears to have saved Argentina’s armed forces from destruction, and set back Soviet designs on the Andean Spine.

Statement by Lyndon LaRouche on Seineldín’s Action

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

The Argentine military hero’s action was “in defense of Venezuela, Colombia, Peru, and Bolivia, a defense of the southern hemispheric flank of the United States.”

Strategic Map

The Andean Spine.


Gorbachov’s Agenda: Back to the Stone Age

by Kathleen Klenetsky

He left no doubt of the Russian imperial goal: a global feudal dominion, a “new world order” dedicated to the proposition that industrial and scientific progress is evil.

Gorbachov Troop Cuts Exposed as Fraud

by Konstantin George

Can Bhutto Bring Unity to Pakistan?

by Ramtanu Maitra and Linda de Hoyos

Her coming to power opens a window of opportunity for a nation ravaged by sectarian strife and economic hardship.

New Soviet Envoys in South Asia

by Ramtanu Maitra

Diplomatic Paralysis Greets Arafat’s Offer

by Thierry Lalevée

Burmese ‘Undesirable’ Tours Europe, Asia

Malaysian Opposition Leaders Spurn Mahathir’s Olive Branch

by Sophie Tanapura

Senator Moynihan Joins the Opposition

Paris Music-Lovers Join the Battle for a Lower Tuning

‘Stanislavski Century’: There’s Madness in His Method

by Lana Murawiec

High Stakes in India’s Tamil Nadu Election

by Ramtanu Maitra

International Intelligence


Defense Case Begins in Alexandria Witchhunt

by Marianna Wertz

By day 11 of the LaRouche trial, the Big Lie that the prosecution has been trying to present to the jury, and to the slander-hungry press that often crowds the courtroom, was torn to shreds.

International Figures Speak Up for LaRouche

Brainin, Ludwig Dedicate Concert to LaRouche

by John Sigerson

A Look at the 101st Congress

by Ronald Kokinda

Big Brawl over the Defense Appointment

by Kathleen Klenetsky

Eye on Washington

by Nicholas F. Benton

Gorbachov’s “Gift” Was No Surprise.

National News