The former ambassador of the Democratic Republic of Somalia to the European headquarters of the U.N. and international organizations in Geneva discusses the worsening crisis in her country.
Dr. Tikriti, the chairman of the Iraqi medical association, and his colleague Dr. Fala Al-Ravi, spoke with EIR at a conference of the International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War, held in Stockholm in June.
by John Hoefle
The RTC Is Out of Control.
by Rainer Apel
by Carlos Cota Meza
Reprivatization of the Banks Begins.
by Marcia Merry
Less Wheat, Greater Need.
by Cynthia R. Rush
Bolivia Seeks To Expel U.S. Agents.
The U.S. banking system is
by Christopher White
Lyndon LaRouche warned back in May that the summit was going to be “a catastrophe.” The apparent agreement on GATT was the cornerstone for a package of one-worldist imperial plans regarding control over technology transfers, credit, and the environment—whose intent is genocide.
by Kathy Wolfe
Concluding a two-part series.
by Lydia Cherry and Linda de Hoyos
Either it will become a driver for great projects, or it will collapse into a Third World country.
by Michael Billington
by Marjorie Mazel Hecht
For the first time in the U.S., a company begins commercial operation of this invaluable technology.
by Dennis Small and Peter Rush
Shows that some $478 billion in capital was exported in the “Decade of Death”—a rate of looting averaging nearly $50 billion per year.
by Gretchen Small
by Marcia Merry
Sudan, Ethiopia, and Somalia are in acute crisis, with millions of refugees living in misery—a situation which has gotten much worse since the Persian Gulf war. Will the nations of the world learn the lessons of 1898, when France’s surrender to the British at Fashoda began the march to World War I?
by Marcia Merry
Assesses the country’s vast development potential, in light of data presented at a conference in Washington hosted by the Sudanese embassy.
by Christine Bierre
An interview with Madame Fatuma Isak Bihi.
by Mohamed Larbi Messan
Morocco’s ambassador to Brazil describes a key infrastructural project for unlocking Africa’s economic potential.
by Joseph Brewda
The Bush Administration has plans to carry out air strikes against up to 100 “nuclear-related targets,” even though the International Atomic Energy Agency’s inspection team now reports that Iraq has no weapons-grade uranium.
by Michael Weissbach
by Ulf Sandmark
Interview with Dr. R.A. Tikriti and Dr. M.A. Fala Al-Ravi.
by Konstantin George
A call by former political prisoner and Croatian Democratic Party leader Marko Veselica.
by Silvia Palacios
by Renée Sigerson
by Javier Almario
Documentation: Comments to EIR by Foreign Minister Luis Fernando Jaramillo, former minister Carlos Lemos Simmonds, former minister Alfonso Palacio Rudas, and amnestied M-19 leader Antonio Navarro Wolf.
by Paolo Raimondi
by Jeffrey Steinberg
Even the best-informed Irangate specialists have generally overlooked George Bush’s most important role during the Reagan years: his chairmanship of the Special Situation Group and the Crisis Pre-Planning Group. What does that have to do with the current confirmation hearings on Bush appointees? Just watch.
by Scott Thompson
by Bruce Director
by Harley Schlanger
by Edward Spannaus
On the nomination of Clarence Thomas to the U.S. Supreme Court.
by William Jones