The new official representative of the Republic of Croatia in the United States and Canada discusses his country’s aspiration for freedom and independence.
The vice president of the Croatian Democratic Party tells why he thinks more Croatians should be as outspoken as he.
by Harley Schlanger
Junk Bonds: How High Yield Securities Restructured Corporate America, by Glenn Yago; and The Money Machine: How KKR Manufactured Power and Profits, by Sarah Bartlett.
by Carlos Cota Meza
Salinas Betrays Foreign Investment Law.
by Rainer Apel
Can Germany Escape a Deep Recession?
by Poul Rasmussen and Michelle Rasmussen
Bush’s Policy Under Fire in Denmark.
by Silvia Palacios
Greenies Only Need Apply.
by Carlos Wesley
Still More Drugs.
August 15, 1971: Twenty Years After.
by Gretchen Small
The State Department’s Agency for International Development is drawing up plans to transfer debt titles into financing for “family planning” programs—otherwise known as genocide.
by Leo Scanlon
The Federation for American Immigration Reform wants to limit refugees admitted to the United States, to the point that Chinese families fleeing the communist government’s one child per family policy would be excluded. The motive: population control.
LaRouche and five people who were convicted along with him on trumped-up charges, have submitted a complaint to the Organization of American States, charging the U.S. government with human rights violations “to silence the voice of presidential candidate and economist Lyndon H. LaRouche, and to bankrupt, through financial warfare, the political movement associated with him.”
by Konstantin George
Thanks to the austerity policy dictated by Harvard’s Jeffrey Sachs, Poland has been forced to shut down one of the flagships of its industry, the Ursus tractor factory, largest in eastern Europe. Thousands have been laid off, and more layoffs loom. Where, then, is the “reform”?
by Jeffrey Steinberg
by Michael Billington
by John Hoefle
Mergers Help Bush’s Texas Buddies.
by Marcia Merry
Iraq Has No Food Reserves.
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. and Dr. Julio Hazim
From an interview with Lyndon LaRouche conducted by Dominican Republic television journalist Dr. Julio Hazim. Why is LaRouche in prison, and what are the chances of his getting out? Should the Third World pay its debt? Aren’t there too many people in the world? What does the Anglo-American establishment really want anyway, with its “new world order”? These, and many other questions are discussed in this wide-ranging dialogue with the Democratic precandidate for the presidency of the United States in 1992.
by Christopher White
As Lithuanian border guards were gunned down by Soviet troops, Bush and Gorbachov pledged to uphold the superpower condominium in a “new world order” of regional crisis management and spheres of influence.
by Mark Burdman
by Dana S. Scanlon
by Umberto Pascali
by Nicholas Powell
A guest commentary.
by Marco Fanini
by Lydia Cherry
by Nancy Spannaus
Aspiring Democratic presidential candidates are inching toward an assault on an increasingly vulnerable George Bush, but Lyndon LaRouche is the only one to offer a real policy alternative.
by Leo Scanlon
by Scott Thompson
by Linda Everett
by Herbert Quinde
by William Jones