Volume 18, Number 25, June 28, 1991



Dr. A. Rob Moodie

by Marianna Wertz

An Australian member of the Harvard Study Team that recently released a report on the devastation in postwar Iraq, Dr. Moodie is a medical doctor who is working toward a Masters of Public Health degree.

Book Review

Useful Exposé of `Injustice' System, But Weak Solutions

by Nancy Spannaus

Presumed Guilty: When Innocent People Are Wrongly Convicted, by Martin Yant.


Soviet Economy

by Mark Burdman

Schiller Institute Speaks in Kiev.

Report from Bonn

by Rainer Apel

Labor Initiatives in Eastern Germany.

Dateline Mexico

by Carlos Méndez

Maquiladora Factories Seen Up Close.

From New Delhi

by Ramtanu Maitra

Congress Party Wins the Vote.

Australia Dossier

by Lydia Cherry

A Leadership Challenge to Hawke.

Panama Report

by Carlos Wesley

Fascism with a “Democratic Face."

Andean Report

by Alfonso Bueno

Caught with His Pants Down?


Constitutional Law versus Anarchy.


Commission on Allied War Crimes Holds First Hearing

by Katherine Kanter

An international commission formed by former U.S. Attorney General Ramsey Clark met in Brussels to prepare evidence for an International War Crimes Tribunal. “What paid off was the death of Goering, not words denouncing him," said one participant, summing up the mood of the gathering.

Technology Can Ensure a Decent Life for Everyone

Extracts from the Resolution of the Estates General of the Coordination against the Gulf War.

`Strange Supporters for Kurdistan'


AIDS 'Apocalypse' Subject of Florence Conference

Reports from the Seventh International Conference on AIDS indicate that AIDS infection rate estimates have doubled from a year ago. EIR and Lyndon LaRouche were right, and the “safe sex" lobby was dead wrong.

Mahathir Steps Up South-South Diplomacy

by Lydia Cherry

Financial Crisis Adds to India's Turmoil

by Ramtanu Maitra and Susan Maitra

Currency Rates

Privatization Campaign Sparks Civil-Military Opposition in Brazil

by Silvia Palacios and Lorenzo Carrasco

Documentation: From the editorial of Ombro a Ombro: “The United States is not morally qualified to propose any military accord to us."


by Denise Henderson

“Reforms" Ravage Soviet Farm Sector.


by John Hoefle

Gonzalez: Fed Runs “Backdoor Bailout."

Business Briefs


Malthusians Want Even More Deaths in the Third World

by Kathleen Klenetsky

The partisans of zero population growth (for the darker-skinned races, of course—not for themselves) have launched a new offensive, demanding abortion, sterilization, and birth control for the Third World. Their model is Communist China, where the “one child per family" policy means forced sterilization and infanticide.

Zero Growth Lobby Demands More Genocide

The Racist Demographics behind Bush's New World Order

by Hassan Ahmed and Joseph Brewda

A classified portion of the Reagan-Bush Administration's “Discriminate Deterrence" report discussed the “national security threat" of Third World population growth.

U.N., World Bank Used Maoist China as Genocide Model

by Michael Billington


Helmut Kohl Warns of New Mideast Wars

by Joseph Brewda

The prime target is the Palestinian people; the fuse is millions of Russian immigrants whom the Israelis plan to settle in the Occupied Territories.

The Colombian Government Illegally Dissolves Congress

A chronology of the narco-terrorist coup, carried out under the banner of “democracy" and with the full support of the Bush Administration.

Bilderberg Society's Secrets Leak Out Despite Tight Security

by Scott Thompson

IMF Wants Argentina To Sacrifice More

by Cynthia R. Rush

Pope Lauds Polish Constitution of 1791

by Rachel Douglas

Schiller Institute in Slovakia

The 1981 Attempt on the Pope: What's Behind the New Polemics?

by Umberto Pascali

Harvard Study Team Member Reports on the Devastation in Postwar Iraq

by Marianna Wertz

An interview with Dr. A. Rob Moodie.

International Intelligence


Establishment Seeks Domestic Fascism To Prop Up New Order

by Kathleen Klenetsky

Bush's failure to develop a “domestic agenda" has become the chief focus of establishment criticism. But the agenda the critics have in mind is more austerity and fewer constitutional guarantees.

Documentation: From a speech by Peter G. Peterson on “The Primacy of the Domestic Agenda."

Reagan Admits Aspect of `October Surprise'

by Herbert Quinde

Bush Names Democrat to Moscow Embassy

by Marcia Merry

A Profile of Robert Strauss.

The Imperial Angle in Zach Taylor's Murder

Why the United States Almost Lost Space Station Freedom

by Marsha Freeman

An eleventh-hour mobilization on Capitol Hill and by U.S. allies abroad prevented the elimination of funding for the Space Station, without which any thought of human exploration of the Solar System program is a mere pipe-dream.

Elephants & Donkeys

by Kathleen Klenetsky

The Horsey Set Moves In—Third Party Option?

Congressional Closeup

by William Jones

National News