Volume 18, Number 45, November 22, 1991



Vladimir B. Bakumenko

by Luba George

Mr. Bakumenko is a leading member of Rukh, the Ukrainian national movement; a member of the Ukrainian Republican Party; and a People’s Deputy in the Kharkov Oblast (regional) Council and Kharkov City Council.

Bill Vander Zalm

by Umberto Pascali

The former premier of British Columbia is touring Canada to rally support for recognition of Croatian independence.

Zlatko Kramaric

by Renate Rumpf and Hartmut Cramer

The mayor of the Croatian city of Osijec tours Germany to organize for help against Serbia’s campaign of genocide.

Karl-Heinz Rudolf

Part 3 of an interview with an industrial management expert at a machine tool company in Leipzig, who is highly critical of the way German reunification has been carried out.

Book Reviews

Tasteless Jingoism Does Not Help Vets

by Katherine Notley

Triumph in the Desert: The Challenge, The Fighting, The Legacy, by Peter David.


From New Delhi

by Susan Maitra

Germany: A Step Ahead of the IMF...


by Suzanne Rose

Nazi Economics Used To Back Free Trade.

Panama Report

by Carlos Wesley

Barletta Was Paid by Drug Cartel.

Report from Bonn

by Rainer Apel

Neo-Nazis Are Steered by the KKK.

Andean Report

by Cynthia R. Rush

OAS Embraces Peruvian Terrorists.

Report from Rio

by Lorenzo Carrasco

Bush Agents Slander LaRouche.


Fusion Energy for Man’s Future.


Have the Feds Seized Bankrupt Citicorp?

by John Hoefle

With Citibank’s off-balance-sheet activities now most likely exceeding $1 trillion, the giant is hopelessly insolvent. If the federal government has not taken it over yet—and some say it has—it will have to soon, and the taxpayer will foot the bill.

Japan’s Achilles Heel: the IMF

by Kathy Wolfe

Part 1 in a series.

Free-Market Madness Sinks Colombia’s Industrial Economy

by Javier Almario

Public Health Expert Warns of Disease Danger from Wetlands

by Marcia Merry

Documentation: Testimony to the U.S. Congress by entomologist Dr. William E. Hazeltine.

‘Debt-for-Nature’ Swaps: Usury Disguised as Ecology

by Lorenzo Carrasco

The case of Brazil’s Fabio Feldmann.

Documentation: Excerpts from a Moneychanger interview with George W. Hunt, host of the 1987 Fourth World Wilderness Congress; and a proposal by the group calling for a World Conservation Bank.

Currency Rates

Zaire, Zambia: IMF Moves In for the Kill

by Dana S. Scanlon

Study Team Says Iraq’s Water Treatment System Near Collapse

Part 2 in a series.

Business Briefs

Strategic Studies

It’s Time To Get Rid of British Economic Policies

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

An analysis of the fatal ideologies of “free trade” and systems analysis, which are plunging the world’s economies into a new Dark Age. Are we destined to be remembered by future generations as suicidal lunatics, like the Flagellants of the 14th century?

Volcanic Eruption Will Disrupt Global Climate


Ukraine Is at a Turning-Point in Its History

by Jonathan Tennenbaum and Luba George

An on-the-scene report from Jonathan Tennenbaum and Luba George, who discussed with Ukrainian leaders the prospects for Lyndon LaRouche’s “Productive Triangle” for the development of Europe.

Kharkov Deputy Discusses Outlook for Ukraine on Eve of National Elections

by Luba George

An interview with Vladimir B. Bakumenko.


Bush Accuses Croatia of ‘Nationalism’

by Umberto Pascali

The betrayal of embattled Croatia by the United States and western Europe has allowed the worst massacre on the European continent since World War II.

Former B.C. Premier Scores New World Order Against Croatia

by Umberto Pascali

An interview with Bill Vander Zalm.

Europe’s Neglect of Croatia ‘Criminal’

by Renate Rumpf and Hartmut Cramer

An interview with Zlatko Kramaric.

Balkan-Style Wars in Transcaucasus

by Konstantin George

Mafia Millionaires Emerge as Spoilers in the New Russia

by Denise Henderson

‘A Great Chance Is Squandered’

Conclusion of a serialized interview with Karl-Heinz Rudolf.

U.N. Moves To Wipe Out the Nation-State

by Michael Billington

Bush Takes Revenge against Malaysia

by Lydia Cherry

Korea: Bush Pushes for New War in Asia

by Lydia Cherry

South Asia Regional Cooperation Group on Verge of Collapse

by Ramtanu Maitra and Susan Maitra

International Intelligence


Who’s Trying To Kill the ‘October Surprise’ Story?

by Edward Spannaus

There is a remarkable bipartisan effort under way to discredit the story, and all the naysayers have one thing in common: They are backers of Bush, the CIA, and/or Israel. A report from Edward Spannaus, who first broke the story in EIR in 1980-83.

‘Circa 1492’: Aztecs, Inkas, and the Ineluctable Necessity Of Progress

by Nora Hamerman

Part 3 in a series.

Congressional Closeup

by William Jones

National News