by Mark Burdman
Earth Conference One: Sharing a Vision for Our Planet, by Anuradha Vittachi.
by William Engdahl
How the “northern route” for illegal arms-trafficking led from the offices of IMES GmbH near Rostock, East Germany, straight into the office of Oliver North and probably that of Vice President George Bush as well. William Engdahl from our European bureau reports.
by Rainer Apel
Dirty Tricks Won’t Save Communism.
by José Restrepo
Bush Threatens Colombia Blockade.
by Lorenzo Carrasco Bazúa
Fascism through Chaos.
by M.T. Upharsin
Fatties in the White House.
There Is No “Peace Dividend.”
by Garance Upham Phau
Ninety years ago, the warriors on disease trained by Louis Pasteur, such as Eugene Jamot, vowed and fought to rid the African continent of sleeping sickness—and won. But today, the genocidal economic policies being applied to Africa are such, that even if a vaccine against the HIV virus were available right now, most people with the virus would die anyway of other diseases such as TB, leprosy, and kala-azar. It is time for us to return to Pasteur’s “total war” approach.
by Marcia Merry
What’s so great about opening up countries to the “world marketplace,” when the depression which the world is now entering will put ever fewer goods out there? Yet that’s what the international food cartel*, backed by a fantasy-ridden Bush Administration, think they’re going to do this year.
by Mary McCourt Burdman
The the UN children’s relief organization expects more than 100 million children under age five will die needlessly during the new decade. But UNICEF’s remedy is even worse than the disease.
by Stephen Parsons
by Robert L. Baker
New Farm Bill Means Less Food.
by Anthony K. Wikrent
Water Shipping Paralyzed.
Poland will turn into the unspeakable tragedy of which Lech Walesa has warned, unless it moves immediately to dump both Karl Marx and Adam Smith, in favor of a return to the economic methods which built modern Europe, as laid out by by Gottfried Leibniz, Alexander Hamilton, Friedrich List, and Lyndon LaRouche. EIR’s Economics Staff presents a proposal for the major areas of concentration for such a “Third Way” for Poland.
by Webster G. Tarpley
Right on schedule, the revolutionary upsurges of October through December in Eastern Europe are about to be met by a sharp counterrevolutionary turn by the Soviet leadership and military—and, so it seems, with the blessings of the Kissinger-Bush Administration.
by Carlos Wesley
by Gretchen Small
Documentation: Voices of outrage from the Ibero-American and international press.
by Peter Rush and Cynthia R. Rush
by Ramtanu Maitra
Part II of an EIR Investigation.
by Laurent Murawiec
Eyewitness report by Laurent Murawiec.
by Mark Burdman
by Jeffrey Steinberg
In March 1983, Gorbachov’s predecessor in the Kremlin, Yuri Andropov, offered the U.S. a free hand to conduct wars and invasions in the Western Hemisphere, in exchange for Soviet control of Europe. That doctrine, which violates all U.S. strategic interests, is now the official policy of the U.S.-Soviet global condominium, explains Lyndon LaRouche.
by Kathleen Klenetsky
He has led a life of neo-malthusian disdain for all who are not white, Anglo-Saxon, nominally Protestant, and wealthy.
by Jeffrey Steinberg and Scott Thompson
by Leo F. Scanlon