Volume 19, Number 21, May 22, 1992



Josip Cvitan

by Paolo Raimondi

The vice president of the Croatian Democratic Party makes an urgent appeal for international assistance for his war-torn country.


Andean Report

by Valerie Rush

Terrorist Control of Canto Grande Ends.

Report from Bonn

by Rainer Apel

Big German Crisis Brewing for Autumn.


Voters in Bed with Trilateral Commission.


Pro-ADL Lawyer Organizes Against Judaism

by Stanley Ezrol

Chutzpah, by Alan M. Dershowitz.

French Book Slanders LaRouche, POE

by Jacques Cheminade

Enquêtes sur la Droite Extrème (Investigations of the Far Right), by René Monzat.

Do U.K. ‘Choice’ Schools Educate?

by Margaret Sexton

A Lesson in School Reform from Great Britain, by John E. Chubb and Terry M. Moe.

Dams that Brought Us Closer to ‘Nature’

by Margaret Sexton

The Colorado River Through Grand Canyon; Natural History and Human Change, by Steven W. Carothers and Bryan T. Brown.


European Union: The Monster of Maastricht

by Gabriele Liebig

Not only does the treaty strip the nations of Europe of their sovereignty, but it expressly forbids the very measures that are necessary to reverse the economic crisis.

Documentation: Thuggery behind French Parliament’s “yes” vote, and a Danish Trilateral Commission member says the treaty is needed to prevent any link between Germany and Russia.

Currency Rates

Poland Votes Down IMF Budget Dictates

by Marcia Merry

BIS Central Bankers Sound Alarm over Banking Practices

by William Engdahl

The wild games with “derivative financial instruments” that are keeping desperate banks and other companies afloat—barely—have got the central bankers worried.


by Suzanne Rose

World Bank Backs Collectivization.

Business Briefs


Chinese ‘Reform’: Deng Xiaoping’s Cat Can’t Catch Mice

by Michael Billington

Deng claimed that he could use China’s cheap labor to attract foreign investments and build up an export industry, thereby accumulating capital for development. It hasn’t worked, and could never have worked, since the strategy ignored the fundamentals of real economics. An analysis by Michael Billington.

China’s Imperial Policy Designs

by Michael Billington


Gorbachov Stumps for One-World Government

by Leif Johnson

Whereas Winston Churchill inaugurated the Cold War with his speech at Fulton, Missouri 46 years ago, Mikhail Gorbachov went there to usher in “global government.”

Documentation: Excerpts from Gorbachov’s speech.

No Japanese Aid to Russia Yet

by Kathy Wolfe

ICLC Europe Conference Asks, ‘Chaos, or the Development of Nations?’

by Rachel Douglas

Great Britain Strives To Restore Monarchies in Balkans—and Beyond

by Mark Burdman

The rush to power by Europe’s incestuous royal families became operational in 1991.

Bosnia Faces Being Wiped Off the Map

by Konstantin George

Croatian Parliament Ousts Banker in Anti-IMF Move

The War in Croatia Is Not Over: An Appeal for International Help

by Paolo Raimondi

An interview with Josip Cvitan.

Brazilian Resistance Nears Boiling Point

by Valerie Rush

For the Independence of Karabakh

by Mr. Kechichian

Beyond the fight between Armenians and Azeris, Turkey is making a bid for regional hegemony, which may backfire against it.

Armenians Are Determined To Win

by Christine Bierre

Staged Massacre at Khodjalou

International Intelligence


Los Angeles Riots Usher In ‘Fascism with a Human Face’

by Kathleen Klenetsky

The key elements of the urban program currently in the works include so-called free enterprise zones, welfare “reform,” community-based policing, and tenant ownership of public housing.

Narco-Terrorism Is Coming Home To Roost

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Outlaws Run Virginia Sheriff’s Dept. That Worked To Frame Up Candidate

Virginia To Execute a Possibly Innocent Man

by Nancy Spannaus

The World-Historic Importance of LaRouche’s Presidential Campaign

by Debra Hanania Freeman

A speech by Debra Hanania Freeman.

Hashemi Tapes Turned Over to Congress

by Edward Spannaus

Eye on Washington

by Paola de Santiago

Demilitarization Scenario Unfolds.

Congressional Closeup

by William Jones

National News