by Kathy Wolfe
The German pianist discusses the importance of integrating music into the education of children.
by Leo Scanlon
On background, a Middle East analyst for the U.S. military tells why he condemns the war against Iraq.
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
LaRouche shows how the same Anglo-American forces that enforced the 30 years of war from 1912 through 1945 are desperate to stop Eastern Europe from economically developing now. His remarks to the Berlin conference on “Peace Through Development: Infrastructure Program for a New Europe.”
by Peter Rush
Venezuela to OPEC: Drop Dead!
by Silvia Palacios
Technological Stranglehold Tightens.
by Carlos Wesley
Kissinger Buddies Tied to Drug Cartel.
The War that Wasn’t Won.
by Rainer Apel
The Schiller Institute convened a meeting in Berlin of economists, government officials, trade unionists, and others to confront the task of completing the revolution in Eastern Europe.
by Jacques Cheminade
by Lydia Cherry
by Jeffrey Steinberg
While some are still placating the U.S., others are pushing ahead with the Global Infrastructure Fund.
by Brian Lantz
by Cynthia R. Rush
Peru’s cholera epidemic is reaching 500 new cases each day, and is spreading.
by H. Graham Lowry
Any budget cuts the governors promised would work, haven’t.
by Linda Everett
by Marcia Merry
Madigan Is Swept into USDA.
by John Hoefle
Cooking the Books.
by Christopher White
Forty years ago, the government predicated its estimate of what an American family should consume on the fact that the country was growing, and producing real goods. Using those standards, EIR has put together a modern market basket of what, under the post-industrial depression economy, the average American household either goes without or struggles to provide.
by Joseph Brewda
Behind Bush’s remarks about “regional stability” lies an unbalanced policy which could return war to the region within a year.
UNICEF reports on the real targets of the bombing of Baghdad.
by Christine Bierre
by Joseph Brewda
Part 2 of EIR’s forthcoming white paper.
by Konstantin George
by Susan Maitra and Ramtanu Maitra
The nation’s first free election in nearly 10 years.
by Andrea Olivieri
by Mary McCourt Burdman
by Kathleen Klenetsky
Fulfilling the September 1989 statement by the CIA’s William Webster—that the new enemies of the U.S. are countries that refuse to gut their productive economies—Bush and Congress have joined to extort tribute from our erstwhile allies.
A profile of the private, foundation-backed gestapo that has mobilized to stop LaRouche from becoming President.
by William Jones