Volume 17, Number 13, March 23, 1990



Andras Inotai

by William Jones

An economist with the Hungarian Academy of Sciences discusses the infrastructure requirements to bring Hungary into the modern world.

Robert A. Huggins

by Kevin L. Zondervan

“Something, indeed, is happening” in cold fusion experiments, according to a professor at Stanford University’s Solid State Ionics Laboratory.

Nigel Packham

by Marjorie Mazel Hecht

A member of the cold fusion team at Texas A&M University discusses the past year’s results.

Book Reviews

Andrei Sakharov: Portrait of a Resistance Fighter

by Robert Primack

An American political dissident railroaded by “Soviet justice” in the U.S., reviews Alone Together, by Elena Bonner; and My Country and the World, by Andrei Sakharov.

The Illegal Execution of the Rosenbergs

by Robert Fow

Fatal Error: The Miscarriage of Justice That Sealed the Rosenbergs’ Fate, by Joseph H. Sharlitt.

Ayn Rand: National Security Risk

by Ana Maria Papert

Judgment Day, My Years with Ayn Rand, by Nathaniel Branden.

Europe, ‘Heart’ of Tomorrow’s World?

by P. Colombo and E. Grenier

Lignes d’horizon, by Jacques Attali.


Report from Rio

by Lorenzo Carrasco

“America 92,” Diplomacy without Dollars.

Middle East Report

by Christophe-Bachir Vigna

Lebanon: The Last Reporters.

Panama Report

by Carlos Wesley

Will Bush Un-Recognize Endara?

From New Delhi

by Susan Maitra

Kashmir: A New Strategy on the Anvil.


March 23rd: Seven Years Later.

Science & Technology

Cold Fusion: One Year Old, Alive, and Kicking

by Marjorie Mazel Hecht

The encouraging results of patient scientific work on this revolutionary potential energy source has confounded the efforts of the anti-technology establishment to say it’s “against the law.” EIR makes the results available to the public.


Probe Eagleburger Role in East Europe Looting Scheme

by Scott Thompson

The Anglo-American financial establishment is in a wild race to impose a Schachtian, low-technology order on Central Europe, and Henry Kissinger’s sidekick Lawrence Eagleburger is right in the middle of it.

The SDI and New Technology Crucial for Spillover Benefits to the Economy

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Currency Rates

Francophone Africa: Destabilization and Aspirations for Freedom

by Jacques Cheminade

Venezuelan Economy Shifting from Industry to Money Laundering

by David Ramonet and Mark Sonnenblick

Hitler Was a Cultist Vegetarian, Too

by Mark Burdman

Colombia: ‘Economic Opening’ or Industry

by Maximiliano Londoño Penilla


by John Hoefle

A Bad Fourth Quarter.


by Carol Hugunin

Can Dengue Hemorrhagic Return?

Business Briefs


U.S. Trade Deficit Falls Because We’re Not Producing Goods

by Anthony K. Wikrent

The United States, once the greatest industrial and manufacturing power in the world, is now a shell of its former self, and is 20-30% dependent on inflows of foreign goods and raw materials, many of which it has entirely lost the capacity to produce. EIR economics researcher Anthony Wikrent surveys the devastation, and shows where the U.S. elites went wrong.

U.S. Seeks To Impose Its Follies on Europe

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.


Lithuanian Independence Requires Western Support

by Konstantin George

Just as in the Hitler-Stalin Pact which crushed the Lithuanian republic and its Baltic neighbors, now Bush is cowering before Gorbachov by refusing to recognize Lithuania as an independent sovereign state.

LaRouche Challenges Moscow’s Intentions

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Romanians Demand Ouster of Iliescu

by Konstantin George

Next Task: Rebuilding a Ruined Country

by Rainer Apel

East Germany’s first free elections clear the way for full economic unification of the two Germanys.

Colombian Voters Demand Total War on the Drug Cartels

by José Restrepo

Havel’s Diplomacy: Supersede Yalta

by Laurent Murawiec

Czechoslovakia’s President says “the times of the protectorates and of dependence are over.”

Is the U.S. Moving To Dump Aquino?

Israel: Washington Freezes the Peace Process

by Thierry Lalevée

Thatcher Government Seeks a ‘British OSI’

by Mark Burdman

Bushmen Promote Argentine Model

by Cynthia R. Rush

S. Korea’s ‘Northern Policy’ Gamble

by Lydia Cherry

International Intelligence


George Bush’s ‘Vision’: Nearsighted, and Going Blind

by Andrew Rotstein

His new transportation plan, misnamed “Moving America,” is “all flash, no cash,” in the humble opinion of U.S. transportation officials.

‘Get LaRouche’ Task Force Stung by Texas Vote

by Harley Schlanger

Four years after the Illinois victories by candidates running on a LaRouche platform, and 14 months after LaRouche is jailed, his wing of the Democratic Party shows its muscle.

Thornburgh Underling Tied to Drug Dealing

Blueblood Weld Dumped by Mass. GOP

by Dave Peterson

ADL Caught Interfering in Phau Sentencing

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Illinois ‘Get LaRouche’ Case Ends in Mistrial

Planned Parenthood in Hysteria Campaign

by Linda Everett

Eye on Washington

by Myra Collirio

Kirkpatrick Becomes a “Gorbymaniac.”

Congressional Closeup

by William Jones

National News