The head of the Bosnian Social Democratic Party warns, "Whenever the British come to make peace, people fight each other for the next half-century."
by Dave Kilber
Victor Szendi is the son of Joseph Szendi, a Hungarian-American who was stripped of his U.S. citizenship and deported by the Office of Special Investigations of the U.S. Department of Justice in June. Such actions, based on bogus allegations, are aiding the communists in the battle for Hungary.
by Viktor Kuzin
A guest commentary. Mr. Kuzin, a member of the Moscow City Council says that Yeltsin and his entourage are defending the old communist nomenklatura and undermining the chances for democracy in Russia.
by Kathy Wolfe and Marcia Merry
Centennial celebrations are now in progress for the journey to America during 1892-95 of the Czech composer Antonin Dvorak (1841-1904), who sought to bring to Americans the best tradition of European Classical music.
by Antonin Dvorak
The article by Antonin Dvorak as it appeared in Harper’s New Monthly Magazine in February 1895.
On the 30th anniversary of Dr. King’s "March on Washington," baritone Robert McFerrin, pianist Sylvia Olden Lee, and a host of musicians will celebrate, in Constitution Hall, the triumph of the principles of the Declaration of Independence over prejudice.
by Carlos Cota Meza
The Financial System “Goes Gringo.”
by Rainer Apel
Lord Owen: Most-Hated Man.
by Geraldo Lino
An Ambassador in Sheep’s Clothing.
by Kathy Wolfe
Verrett, Warfield Shine at NANM Convention.
The LaRouche Candidacy.
by William Engdahl
The Aug. 2 European Community decision to in effect let their currencies float has temporarily stabilized currencies, but measures to rebuild the physical economy are needed.
by Ramtanu Maitra
by Ramtanu Maitra and Susan Maitra
Chapter 4: Corruption and CAP’s Financial ‘Inner Circle,’ from the pamphlet by the Venezuelan Labor Party and the Ibero-American Solidarity Movement.
by John Hoefle
Banking on Chaos.
by Suzanne Rose
Nebraska Farmer Sues “Investors.”
by Marcia Merry
During July, a new natural wonder formed on the continent of North America—the "Great Lake of Iowa." Contrary to assurances from the so-called experts, the record summer rains will have a far-reaching impact on the U.S. economy.
by Marcia Merry, Suzanne Rose, and Robert Baker
From first-hand reports of the damage.
by Anthony K. Wikrent
by Richard Freeman
In the conclusion of a two-part series, Richard Freeman presents a brief history of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, who made America a technological giant.
In Geneva, U.S. Rep. Frank McCloskey is joined by former State Department Bosnia official Marshall Harris and international law expert Francis Boyle to demand a military end to genocide in Bosnia.
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
Remarks by Lyndon LaRouche.
An interview with Niaz Durakovic.
by Alex Kindy
by Dean Andromidas and Mark Burdman
by Konstantin George
by H. Graham Lowry
Even supporters admit: “Our efforts to reduce the deficit may be of such dimensions as to trigger the economy into a downturn.”
by Scott Thompson
by Jeffrey Steinberg
by Dave Kilber
An interview with Victor Szendi.
by Harley Schlanger
People from 15 states gathered in Wichita to map plans against the spiritual child molestation known as outcome-based education. Many realize the fight is for the survival of Judeo-Christian civilization.
by Edward Spannaus
by William Jones