Volume 19, Number 12, March 20, 1992



Lyndon LaRouche

The imprisoned contender for the Democratic presidential nomination replies to a question about the emergency reconstruction of the economy in Ukraine—and elsewhere.

Book Reviews

Argentine Nationalism Panics Anglo-Americans

by Cynthia R. Rush

The Invention of Argentina, by Nicolas Shumway.


Dateline Mexico

by Salvador Lozano

World Bank Orders Legal Abortions.

Report from Rio

by Silvia Palacios

Brazil Yields to the Bankers, Again.

Andean Report

by Carlos Méndez

Peru’s Terrorists Invade Mexico.

Panama Report

by Carlos Wesley

Noriega’s Revenge?


Community of Nations Must Prevail.


Bush Feared To Have a Chaos Scenario for Russia

by William Engdahl

With the latest round of price rises decreed by Boris Yeltsin under orders of the International Monetary Fund, even the pockets of relative stability among the Community of Independent States are now facing an economic and social explosion.

East Germany Faces Massive Unemployment

by Rainer Apel

Reconstructing Ukraine Requires Recognition of the Enemy

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Currency Rates

The IMF-World Bank At Work in Africa

by Christine Bierre

The journal Jeune Afrique exposes the fraud of the World Bank’s “liberal credo.”

Preventable Diseases Turning Into Killers

by Joyce Fredman

BCCI Plea Bargain: An Asset Grab by U.S. Banking System

by Edward Spannaus


by John Hoefle

Crisis at Olympia & York.

Unemployment Cover-up


by Marcia Merry

Bandwagon Rolls for “Tree Power.”

Business Briefs


Japan Achieves Big Breakthroughs in Cold Fusion

by Carol White

A report on a conference of the Japan Society of Applied Electromagnetics in Nagoya, Japan. As the results achieved by Dr. Akito Takahashi are replicated in laboratories around the world, there is hope that it will soon no longer be possible for the enemies of cold fusion to suppress this extraordinary new science.

Some Issues of the Accident at SRI

by Carol White

Proceedings of Como Conference Released

by Carol White


Will Anglo-Americans or Israel Strike Iraq First?

by Joseph Brewda and Mark Burdman

New rivers of blood flowing in Iraq or in the Transcaucasus this spring or summer are not simply a Bush re-election tactic.

Pots and Pans Could Bring Down the IMF

by Valerie Rush

Venezuela’s President must resign, or face another coup.

U.S. Targets Peru’s Armed Forces in Bid To Install a ‘Narco-Democracy’

by Manuel Hidalgo

Argentina Agrees To Halt High Technology

by Cynthia R. Rush

The ‘Italian Face’ of JFK: From Permindex to the Moro Murder

by Sandro Mitromaco

Italy’s Elections: Will the Trilateral Commission’s Dream Come True?

by Leonardo Servadio

Green Queen Supports Earth Summit

by Mark Burdman

Indonesia: ‘Lusitania Expresso’ Provocation Defused

by Lydia Cherry

Chinese Develop Strategy for ‘New World Disorder’

by Mary McCourt Burdman

International Intelligence


Pentagon Leaks Plan for U.S. World Dictatorship

by Leo Scanlon

The new classified planning document calls for the United States to “discourage” potential competitors “from challenging our leadership or seeking to overturn the established political and economic order.” More blunt than that, you cannot get.

LaRouche Maps Out Industrial Recovery

In the second paid half-hour television spot of 1992.

LaRouche Campaign Reports Intense Voter Response to TV Address

by Patricia Salisbury

A spokesman for Democrats for Economic Recovery describes the letters to the candidate.

Ibero-Americans Decry U.S. Rights Abuse

Auto Layoffs Create Hot Political Climate

by H. Graham Lowry

Oliver North’s ‘Confederates’ Still Targeting Contra Opponents

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Elephants and Donkeys

by Kathleen Klenetsky

“Front-Runners” See More Troubles Ahead.

Congressional Closeup

by William Jones

National News