Volume 20, Number 37, September 24, 1993



Lyndon LaRouche

“Without nuclear power, you cannot develop the Middle East at all,” says LaRouche, in his weekly “EIR Talks” radio interview.

Gen. Francisco Visconti

by Dennis Small

One of the leaders of the Nov. 27, 1992 military uprising against Venezuelan President Carlos Andrés Pérez, General Visconti gives his view of the current situation in his country.

Kemal Kurspahic

The editor in chief of the independent Bosnian daily newspaper Oslobodenje describes how his paper has become a symbol of the resistance of Sarajevo Croats, Muslims, and Serbs alike.

Alexandre de la Caffinière

by Katherine Kanter

Mr. de la Caffinière is ballet soloist at the Berlin German Opera. His interpretation traces a new frontier in ballet.


Report from Bonn

by Rainer Apel

Can Palestinians Count on German Aid?

Report from Rio

by Silvia Palacios

Bankers Issue Ultimatum.


The Iron Is Hot.


Grand Design for Mideast Prosperity Must Begin Now

by Mark Burdman

Palestinian and Israeli negotiators have adopted the kernel of the argument of Lyndon LaRouche, that economic development projects must underwrite any peace accord. The question now, is whether the political will exists to implement such projects rapidly enough.

Mideast Development Hinges on Nuclear Power

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

From an interview with Lyndon LaRouche.

Dust Off the Blueprints for Mideast Development, Break Ground This Month

by Marcia Merry

U.S. Speculation Hits European Stock Markets

by William Engdahl

Currency Rates


by John Hoefle

The Quarter of the Living Dead.

Business Briefs


Kissinger Plot Set Back by Fall of Venezuela’s CAP

by Robyn Quijano

It is not democracy that has been set back by the demise of Carlos Andrés Pérez, but the plot to subjugate the nations of Ibero-America, on behalf of the “new world order.”

The Plot To Annihilate the Armed Forces and Nations of Ibero-America

by Gretchen Small

Excerpts from EIR’s book, which, since its release in July, is becoming a bestseller in Ibero-America.

The Fall of Pérez Vindicates Our Revolt

by Dennis Small

An interview with Gen. Francisco Visconti.


Shevardnadze Made Dictator of Former Soviet Georgia

by Konstantin George

This latest instance of the comeback of the Soviet-era Nomenklatura, the Communist bureaucracy, contains lessons that apply far beyond Georgia.

Is There Any Way Out of Poland’s Chaos?

by Frank Hahn

World Court Reaffirms April Ruling vs. Serbia

Bosnian Activist Thanks the Schiller Institute

European Bishops on Bosnia

‘Multi-culturalism’ Is Used by Unesco To Destroy Education in Ibero-America

by Carlos Méndez and Cynthia R. Rush

‘Narco-Democrats’ Let Loose in Guatemala

by Gretchen Small

International Intelligence


Musical Chairs at the White House

by Christopher White

Both the North American Free Trade Agreement and Hillary Clinton’s health-care plan, now the subject of hot debate in Washington, will make the problems they are supposed to deal with much worse.

LaRouche Motion for Freedom Denied

Virginia Governor Withdraws OBE Plan

by Gov. Douglas Wilder

Sixth Circuit Assails OSI and ADL at Demjanjuk Hearing

by Jeffrey Steinberg

ADL’s ‘World of Difference’: Drug Mafia Targets St. Louis Schools with Racist Behavioral Conditioning

by Leif Johnson

The Cult of Populism and Opinion

by Elisabeth Hellenbroich

A speech by Elisabeth Hellenbroich, executive member of the International Caucus of Labor Committees, to the ICLC’s conference on Sept. 5.

American Populism Preys on Desperate Farmers

by Suzanne Rose

The LaRouche Case: Russians Appeal to Clinton for Justice

Congressional Closeup

by William Jones

National News


In our chronology of Mideast developments published in last week’s issue (pages 22-25), there were a number of errors. It was King Faisal who was assassinated in 1975 (apologies to King Fahd!); the Iran-Iraq war began in September 1980; and President Sadat was assassinated in September 1981.