by Rachel Douglas
Two Ukrainian parliamentarians evaluate the current strategic situation. Mr. Movchan is a poet and playwright, and was one of the initiators of Rukh, the Ukrainian independence movement. Mr. Shovkoshitny is a geologist and nuclear engineer who worked at the Chernobyl nuclear power station.
by Alexander Hartmann
The proposed Danube-Oder-Elbe waterway is an excellent complement to LaRouche’s Productive Triangle; it can only be financed by an immediate shift to Hamiltonian methods of national banking.
by Anthony K. Wikrent
The Clinton Administration wants a 525% increase in the tax paid per gallon of towboat fuel by the barge industry—and industry representatives are up in arms.
by Carlos Cota Meza
Will There Be a Devaluation?
by Rainer Apel
A Phony “Fourth Generation” of Terrorists.
by Manuel Hidalgo
Peru Questions U.S. Rights Record.
The Crucial Question.
by Linda de Hoyos
Kenyan President Daniel arap Moi, a long-time ally of the United States, sent a shockwave through the banking community on March 22 by announcing that Kenya would no longer carry out measures demanded by the International Monetary Fund.
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
by Konstantin George
Meet Boris Fyodorov: shock therapist.
by Mary M. Burdman
by Anna Kaczor
What can you expect, when looters are called “investors”?
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
Speech to a conference of the Schiller Institute and the International Caucus of Labor Committees, addresses the theme of “Pike and Satanism: From the Civil War to C. Fred Kleinknecht.”
by Anton Chaitkin
by Mark Calney
President Mitterrand’s party’s defeat left the “right-wing” parties with the biggest parliamentary majority in French history since 1815, but they don’t know what to do.
by Gretchen Small
Documentation: A booklet issued by the El Salvador Armed Forces exposes the communists’ drive to dismantle the military.
by Dean Andromidas and Michael Liebig
by Joseph Brewda
by Hugo López Ochoa
Documentation: LaRouche’s reply to the “far-fetched and improbable” accusations against him.
by Michael Billington and Ray Wei
by Dr. Felix Austin Igwemadu
Dr. Felix Austin Igwemadu is president of the African Heritage Education and Research Institute.
by Jeffrey Steinberg
The Anti-Defamation League’s illegal spying on its political opponents, now the subject of a criminal investigation, included extensive files on two Los Angeles-based associates of Lyndon LaRouche.
by John Sigerson
Dr. Norbert Brainin and Günter Ludwig played for the civil rights movement, in concerts in Washington, D.C. and Montgomery, Alabama.
More from the case of “Kidnappers, Inc.”
by William Jones and Carl Osgood
In our last issue, we mistakenly reported (page 76) that an advertisement signed by thousands of prominent people, appealing to President Clinton to free LaRouche, had been published in the New York Times. It appeared in the Washington Post and Excélsior of Mexico on Jan. 20, 1993.
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