Volume 17, Number 11, March 9, 1990



Dr. Barry Liebowitz

“We are the Rosa Parks of medicine,” says the president of the Doctors Council in New York City.

Dr. Kildare Clarke

“South Africa is right here in New York,” according to the Associate Director of the Emergency Room at Kings County Hospital in Brooklyn.


N.Y. Emergency Rooms: A Needless Nightmare

by Ernest Schapiro, M.D.

Doctors and staff of the emergency rooms at Kings County Hospital became so angered at the inhuman conditions there, they threatened to resign as a group rather than violate the Hippocratic Oath. EIR interviews the doctors who decided to put their careers on the line.


Report from Paris

by Thierry Lalevée

Diplomatic Offensive in Asia.

Report from Bonn

by Rainer Apel

U.S. Monetary War on Germany.

Dateline Mexico

by Carlos Méndez

Will Mexico Follow the China Model?

Panama Report

by Carlos Wesley

Bush Gives Green Light to Cartels.

Andean Report

by José Restrepo

Narcos Want a Deal.


The Condominium Crumbles.


‘Resilient’ U.S. Market: Heading Toward the Mudslide

by Stephen Parsons

No amount of “creative financing” will be able to avert what’s going to happen sometime between mid- March and mid-April. The reason lies not in New York and Tokyo, but in the collapse of such vital U.S. industrial sectors as machine tools and auto.

France Proposing United Europe, Large-Scale Infrastructure Projects

by P. Coulomb

Czechoslovakia Says No to IMF Economics

Bush Colluding with World Bank Genocide?

by Kathleen Klenetsky

Argentina: ‘Consensus’ Will Not Contain Crisis

by Cynthia R. Rush

Argentina careens out of control.

Nepal’s Economic Crisis Feeds Unrest

by Ramtanu Maitra

Currency Rates

Pakistan in Futile Bid for Investment?

by Susan Maitra

Energy Insider

by William Engdahl

The Coming Oil “Shokku.”

Business Briefs


South Africa: A Powerhouse for Regional Development

by Roger Moore

The freeing of Nelson Mandela opens up two alternate prospects: worsening chaos and slaughter, or the transformation of South Africa into an engine of economic growth for saving the rest of the dying African continent. The latter course is open, if South African leaders break with the worst racism of all: the International Monetary Fund’s malthusian policy of enforced backwardness. EIR surveys the potentials.

Water and Electric Power To Develop Southern Africa

by Desmond C. Midgley

South African water engineer Desmond Midgley argues that it’s against his own nation’s interests to be surrounded by impoverished, energy-starved neighbors.


Nicaraguans Vote against Communism, IMF Austerity

by Mark Sonnenblick

The last thing Bush expected—or wanted—was a victory against Sandinista head Daniel Ortega.

Japanese Elections: Kaifu II-But Still No Government

by Uwe Henke v. Parpart

Gordievsky on the LaRouche SDI Plan

by Jeffrey Steinberg

American Civil Rights Leader Joins East German Revolution

by Volcker Hassmann

Yugoslav Republics Yearn for Freedom, Face War as Communists Disintegrate

by Aglaja Beyes and Rachel Douglas

Iran-Contra Gang Targets Eastern Europe

by Kathleen Klenetsky

Profile: Vaclav Havel: Czechoslovakia’s New President

by Gabriele Liebig

The ‘Tiny’ Rowland File, Part V

Economy Is Key Issue in Australian Vote

by Allen Douglas

Israeli High Court To Reopen Demjanjuk Case

by Joseph Brewda

International Intelligence


U.S. Supreme Court Upholds Lawless ‘Thornburgh Doctrine’

by Molly Kronberg

The high court’s decision says the America has the right to practice piracy and kidnaping against other sovereign nations’ citizens who are considered criminals by U.S. “law.” This is administrative fascism in action.

Du Pont Heir Airs LaRouche Forecasts

Conservative ‘Moles’ Cheer On Gorbachov

by Herbert Quinde

Jeane Kirkpatrick and Joshua Muravchik, two “useful idiots” to Czar Mikhail V.

The Moynihan Proposal and the Politics of Unreality

by Andrew Rotstein

Getting to the bottom of the Social Security debate.

Eye on Washington

by Nicholas F. Benton

Bush Pushing Japan over the Brink.

Kissinger Watch

by M.T. Upharsin

Polygraphing PFIAB: The Bloch Affair — Is Kiss. Ass. Involved in East Europe Scam?

Congressional Closeup

by William Jones

National News