Volume 20, Number 22, June 4, 1993



Shri Kamal Nath

by Marjorie Mazel Hecht

India’s Minister for Environment and Forests is president of the Montreal Protocol group. He discusses what India will do to replace CFCs.

Lyndon LaRouche

From his prison cell in Minnesota, political prisoner LaRouche discusses the strategic situation facing Ibero-America, “human rights,” and the need to junk the policies of the International Monetary Fund.

Melvyn Tan

by Charles Phelps

Fortepianist Tan, born in Singapore and based in Britain, toured the United States in April with his New Mozart Ensemble.


Nicolaus of Cusa’s Ideas Give New Life to the World

by Nora Hamerman

Toward a New Council of Florence: ‘On the Peace of Faith’ and Other Works, by Nicolaus of Cusa; translated by William F. Wertz, Jr.

Glorious Images of Early Renaissance

by Nora Hamerman

Fra Angelico at San Marco, by William Hood.

Now in Paper: Classic Study of ‘The Turk’

by Nora Hamerman

Mehmed the Conqueror and His Time, by Franz Babinger; edited by William C. Hickman, translated from the German by Ralph Manheim.


Dateline Mexico

by Carlos Cota Meza

Bank of Mexico Privatized.

Australia Dossier

by Don Veitch

ADL Incites Violence against Foes.


Clinton Must Kick Over the Chessboard.


Derivatives: The Fed Is No Impartial Observer

by Christopher White

It is the Federal Reserve itself which should be under investigation, for unconstitutionally usurping the power that it has used to create the financial derivatives crisis in the first place.

Mexican Farmers Demand Debt Moratorium, as Protests Mount

by Carlos Wesley

Documentation: From the manifesto by the Permanent Forum of Rural Producers of Mexico.

Myth of the ‘Chinese Superpower’ Exposed

by Mark Burdman

Currency Rates

Will Hungary Become Victim to Geopolitics?

by Birgitt Vitt

Selling the Montreal Protocol to Developing Sector Nations

by Marjorie Mazel Hecht

India’s Program To Replace CFCs

by Marjorie Mazel Hecht

An interview with Shri Kamal Nath.


by Marcia Merry

Wet Spring Bogged Down Corn Planting.

Business Briefs


UN ‘Human Rights’ Mafia To Enforce Global Savagery

by Dennis Small

The World Conference on Human Rights will convene in Vienna June 14. In the scheme of its organizers, any nation that doesn’t go along with the “new world order” will be penalized or even subject to armed invasion.

Disagreements Emerge in Pre-Conference Preparation for Vienna Meeting

How the NGOs Run Terrorism To Destroy the Colombian Nation

by Valerie Rush

Who Is Funding the ‘Watches’

by Peter Rush

UN Newspeak Turns True Ideals into Lies

by Nancy Spannaus

Britain Deploys the NGOs To Dismantle the Nation-State

by Joseph Brewda


Venezuela’s CAP Falls; Bankers Scramble for Control

by Valerie Rush

President Carlos Andrés Perez has been ordered to stand trial on charges of “embezzlement and misappropriation” of public funds.

Five-Power Sellout of Bosnia Is Worse than the Munich Betrayal

by Konstantin George

Documentation: Outraged responses from around the world.

‘Ethnic Cleansing’ Ongoing in Kosova

by Laurence Hecht

You Can’t Fight Guerrillas If You Submit to the IMF

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

From an interview with Lyndon LaRouche.

Project Democracy Apparatus Plays Its Final Card in Brazil

by Silvia Palacios and Lorenzo Carrasco

New Military Mobilization in the Amazon

U.S. Proposes To Send Troops to Brazil

Regional Military Separatism after Deng?

by Dr. Peter Kien-hong Yu

Bonner Challenges Premises of Yalta at Sakharov Memorial Conference

by Laurence Hecht and Marjorie Mazel Hecht

International Intelligence


U.S. Depression Leading to ‘War of Each against All’

by H. Graham Lowry

An anarchic scramble for funds among the states has all but eliminated the concept of policymaking for the general good.

LaRouche: The SDI Is Very Much Alive

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

From Lyndon LaRouche’s weekly radio interview, “EIR Talks with LaRouche.”

Baylor University Aided FBI in Waco Firestorm

by Scott Thompson

A-430 Is Now the Accepted Classical Pitch in Music

by Charles Phelps

An interview with Melvyn Tan.

Congressional Closeup

by William Jones

National News