Volume 20, Number 6, February 5, 1993



Ambassador Abdalla Ahmed Abdalla

by Marcia Merry

The ambassador to the United States from the Republic of Sudan, Dr. Abdalla has served as minister of agriculture, food, and natural resources. He holds a doctoral degree in plant physiology, and has taught on the agriculture faculty of the University of Khartoum.


Report from Bonn

by Rainer Apel

Scandals Target Kissinger’s Friends.

Music Views and Reviews

by Kathy Wolfe

Singing and the French Horn.


Nationalize the Federal Reserve.


Can You Fight a Conspiracy, If You Say It Doesn’t Exist?

by Valerie Rush

Why Johnny Can’t Tell Right From Wrong: Moral Illiteracy and the Case for Character Education, by William Kilpatrick.

Classical Songbooks Open Path to Mozart, Mendelssohn, Italian Songs

by Nora Hamerman

Three collections edited by John Glenn Paton: 26 Italian Songs and Arias; 24 Songs by Mendelssohn; 12 Songs by Mozart.

Handel’s Way To Learn Figured Bass

by Nora Hamerman

Continuo Playing According to Handel: His Figured Bass Exercises, with a commentary by David Ledbetter.


World Bank Tightens Noose on Russia; Resistance Grows

by Denise Henderson

The World Bank’s austerity policy for Russia is causing a kind of patriotic nationalist backlash against the West, from the military hardliners and industrialists like Arkdy Volsky.

The Spreading Web of George Soros

by Scott Thompson

The geopolitical profile of a fast-rising Hungarian-American financier.

Sudan’s Farmers Achieve Grain Surplus, Send Food Relief Abroad

by Marcia Merry

Part 1 of an interview with Ambassador Abdalla Ahmed Abdalla.

How Ibero-America Can Become an Economic Superpower

by Dennis Small

A presentation by Ibero-American Editor Dennis Small to the founding conference of the Ibero-American Solidarity Movement.

Wine Speculators Heading for a Bust

by Philip Ulanowsky

Currency Rates


by John Hoefle

Rob from the Poor To Give to the Rich.

Business Briefs


Clinton’s Choice: Free LaRouche or Suffer Disaster

by Kathleen Klenetsky

If the new President persists in obeying Wall Street’s demands for greater austerity, he will find himself having the shortest political honeymoon on record.

Who’s Who in the Clinton Administration

by Kathleen Klenetsky, Carl Osgood, and Stanley Ezrol


Pressure on Croatia Marks Countdown to World War III

by Konstantin George

Helga Zepp-LaRouche warns that “the short fuse for an internationalization of the war in the Balkans has almost reached its detonator.”

Germans Weigh Military Action against Serbia

by Michael Liebig

Reports from Wiesbaden on the options for Germany in this strategic crisis.

‘Friends of Schiller’ Meet in Croatian Capital

Billington Tour in Mexico Builds Support To Free LaRouche

by Carlos Wesley

Documentation: Mexican press coverage of Gail Billington’s tour; a statement from Michael Billington to the people of Mexico.

Menchú Delivers Death Sentence to Guatemala

by Gretchen Small

Time To Probe the Dealings of Australia’s Isi Leibler

The president of the World Jewish Congress is taking a high profile in Asia. Will Dope, Inc. be far behind?

International Intelligence


Will There Be Justice under Bill Clinton?

by Nancy Spannaus

On the fourth anniversary of the politically motivated incarceration of Lyndon LaRouche, the incoming Clinton Administration is faced with an opportunity to right this injustice, free the political prisoner, and oust the real criminals from the Justice Department.

High Court Approves Execution of Innocent

by Anita Gallagher

The shocking verdict in the case of Leonel Torres Herrera.

Documentation: Excerpts from the U.S. Supreme Court record.

Clinton Expands Death Penalty for Unborn

by Warren J. Hamerman

Documentation: From the homily of Cardinal John O’Connor, archbishop of New York, commemorating the 20th anniversary of Roe v. Wade.

The ‘October Surprise’ Scandal: Anatomy of a Coverup

by Edward Spannaus

Congressional Closeup

by William Jones

National News