Volume 18, Number 47, December 6, 1991



Dr. Erich Bagge

by Jonathan Tennenbaum

The German physicist was interviewed by the director of Germany’s Fusion Energy Forum.

Milos Susak and William Kuharic

by Umberto Pascali

Two Croatian-Canadians fear U.N. “mediator” Cyrus Vance will impose a cease-fire that rubber-stamps Serbia’s seizure of Croatian territory.


Pat Robertson Is Cashing In on Bush’s ‘New World Order’

by Marianna Wertz

The New World Order, by Pat Robertson.

Exposé of Israeli Nuclear Arsenal Raises Urgent U.S. Policy Questions

by Jeffrey Steinberg

The Samson Option, Israel’s Nuclear Arsenal and American Foreign Policy, by Seymour Hersh.

Books Received

A Briton Spelled Out the War with Japan

by Carol White

Visions of Infamy, The Untold Story of How Journalist Hector C. Bywater Devised the Plans that Led to Pearl Harbor, by William H. Honan.

Science & Technology

A World Without Solar Neutrinos

by Jonathan Tennenbaum

Dr. Erich Bagge, a student of Werner Heisenberg, details how he came to understand, and ultimately to prove, that neutrinos don’t exist.

Dirac’s Theory and Pair Production

by Erich Bagge


Dateline Mexico

by Carlos Cota Meza

An “Economic Miracle” on Borrowed Time.

Report from Bonn

by Rainer Apel

Russia Is Seeking Support.

Books Received


Environmental Law Is Fascism.


‘Peace Through Development’ Coalition Born in Berlin

by Gabriele Liebig

From Sweden, Africa, Ukraine, and Peru, more than 300 people from 31 nations joined at the Schiller Institute’s conference in Berlin. From farmers to physicists to freedom fighters, their attention was turned on how to implement a True Fourth Development Decade.

Ghana Ambassador to U.N. Sends Greetings

by Dr. Kofi Nyidevu Awoonor

Currency Rates

LaRouche: Despite Economic Debacle, This Is a Moment of Opportunity

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Address to the Berlin conference from the only opponent Bush fears enough to keep in prison.

EIR’s Dennis Small Takes LaRouche Case, and Policy, to Europe


by Marcia Merry

Real Food Aid Requires Real Farm Aid.

Business Briefs


The Book that Drove Kissinger and the ADL Wild

The new introduction to the third edition of EIR’s bestselling book, Dope, Inc. In the 13 years since it was first commissioned by Lyndon LaRouche to name the names of the people “above suspicion” who launder the money and protect the trade, the U.S. branch of the drug cartel—led by Henry Kissinger and the Anti-Defamation League of B’nai B’rith—launched a years-long effort to silence the authors, starting with LaRouche. George Bush has kept LaRouche in jail for reasons that include what Bush and his backers most fear about the information contained in this book.

The LaRouche Method: Follow the Money Trail

War over Dope Inc. in Venezuela Getting Hotter


‘New World Order’ Gang Flirts with War in Caucasus

by Konstantin George

The escalating crisis, fanned by Anglo-American and Israeli interests, threatens to engulf Turkey, Iran, and Russia.

George Bush’s Deal with Colombia’s Medellín Cartel Explodes in His Face

by Andrea Olivieri

Under defense questioning in the trial of Gen. Manuel Noriega, cartel chieftain Carlos Lehder Rivas admitted that the U.S. government gave him the cocaine franchise in exchange for his smuggling guns to the Nicaraguan Contras!

López Michelsen on the Hot Seat

You Read It First in EIR

Venezuelan President in Brazil, Leads Club of Criminal Fools

by Silvia Palacios

India and Pakistan Balk on Signing NPT

by Susan Maitra and Ramtanu Maitra

U.S. efforts to force agreement on nuclear non-proliferation are meeting mixed reactions.

U.S. Threats against North Korea Escalate

by Michael Billington

Indonesia Targeted over East Timor

by Lydia Cherry and Mary McCourt Burdman

‘The Western Politicians Have Done Croatia More Harm than Good’

by Umberto Pascali

Interview with Milos Susak and William Kuharic.

Blockade Forces Haitians To Brave Death at Sea

by Carlos Wesley

International Intelligence


Congress Stalls Crime Bill, But Not Police State Justice

by Leo Scanlon

The only thing holding up passage of this bill, which extends the death penalty to 50 federal crimes, is partisan rivalry: Who can trample the constitutional protections most thoroughly?

Kissinger Caught in Web of Lies on BCCI Ties

by Scott Thompson

Quotes from some startling documents detailing damage-control deliberations between BCCI’s Swaleh Naqvi and Kissinger Associates’ Alan Stoga.

More U.S. Payoffs to Noriega Witnesses

by Carlos Wesley

Who talked and who walked. Your tax dollars at work.

CIA Files Expose and Conceal Ties to Gunrunner Cyrus Hashemi

by Edward Spannaus

New information in our decade-long investigation of the “October Surprise.”

‘Circa 1492’: An Approach to the Riddles of Chinese Art

by Nora Hamerman

Part 4 in a series on the art exhibit commemorating the era of Christopher Columbus, in Washington.

Congressional Closeup

by William Jones

National News