by Carlos Wesley
Peru Rebuffs Panama’s Blackmail.
by Rainer Apel
Old Monetarists Are No Lesser Evil.
by Javier Almario
Talk of Legalizing Drugs in Colombia.
by Silvia Palacios
Is Brazil on the Yugoslav Path?
by Kathy Wolfe
June Anderson, Come Home to ‘Bel Canto.’
The U.S. Must Go Nuclear.
by Carol White
After the success of Fleischmann and Pons, the Russians may have come up with an “encore,” according to the weekly of the Ural Bureau of the Russian Academy of Sciences.
by Mark Wilsey
by Giuliano Preparata
By particle physicist Dr. Giuliano Preparata.
by Marcia Merry
Of the $43 billion promised, most is not actual money, but smoke and mirrors. Every real dollar being offered is tied to more of the same “shock therapy” policies that created the present crisis in the first place.
by Jonathan Tennenbaum
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
From the weekly radio broadcast “EIR Talks with Lyndon LaRouche.”
by Brian Lantz
The U.S. Department of Agriculture has known for years that bankers and others have been defrauding farm loan programs but nothing was done to stop it.
by John Hoefle
Bailout Money Goes To Maintain Bubble.
by Richard Freeman
The new tax being proposed by President Clinton will tax energy use, starting with 25.70 per 1 million BTUs contained in coal, oil, gas, nuclear, and hydroelectric power. This will cut energy consumption and production, slash jobs in the goods-producing sectors of the economy, and jeopardize what remains of the U.S. productive economy. Yet so far, there is no significant resistance to the plan.
by Konstantin George
With the fall of the eastern Bosnian town of Srebrenica, the Serbs have launched a new offensive to consolidate their gains—while UN commanders drink brandy with the Serbian military chieftains.
by Mark Burdman
by Leonardo Servadio
by Ramtanu Maitra
by Uwe Friesecke
by Valerie Rush
Civil rights activist Rev. James Bevel and historian Anton Chaitkin were jailed on outrageous charges of “statue climbing,” for leading a demonstration at the statue of Freemason and KKK founder Albert Pike in Washington, D.C. Two days earlier, the National Conference of Black Mayors passed a resolution calling for the statue to be removed.