Volume 20, Number 39, October 8, 1993



Kenichi Imai

The assistant to the director of the Institute for Developing Economies’ Economic Cooperation Department in Tokyo, Japan. Mr. Imai has studied the Chinese economy for many years. The IDE does much of the work on economic programs for the Third World for Japan’s Foreign Ministry.

Jacub Selimoski

The grand mufti of Bosnia calls on the West to stop its cowardly refusal to stop Serbia’s aggression. If it does not, the war will surely spread.

Strategic Studies

Tajikistan Civil War Shows Folly of Geopolitics

by Gabriele Liebig

Moscow intends to compensate for the lack of coherence in its economic policy by being all the more ruthless toward the other republics of the former Soviet Union. Tajikistan is a case in point—the civil war there has already claimed 100,000 casualties.

Developing Central Asia Is Key To Implement ‘Productive Triangle’

by Konstantin George


Report from Bonn

by Rainer Apel

Are Jobs a “Dying Species”?

Andean Report

by Carlos Méndez

Venezuelan Sovereignty Still At Issue.

From New Delhi

by Susan Maitra

Hope for Indian Rocketry Program.


The Federal Reserve and the New Age.


Soros Spearheads Asset Grab in Ibero-America

by Peter Rush

The financial raiders are trying to keep the world monetary system afloat with a new speculative binge, while placing the region’s raw materials under foreign financial control.

Soros Supports ‘Comrade Gonzalo’ for President

Health Care Reform: What the Clinton Plan Promises, the Failing Economy Taketh Away

by Linda Everett

Sanctions To Be Lifted from South Africa; IMF Ready To Pounce

by David Hammer

Deadly Strain of Cholera Strikes Asia

by Adam East

Mexican Farmers Won’t Accept Rotten Deals

by Cynthia R. Rush

Will the ‘Japan Model’ of Political Economy Work for China?

by Kathy Wolfe

China Faces Stagflation Followed by ‘Recession’

by Kathy Wolfe

An interview with Kenichi Imai.

Currency Rates


by Robert L. Baker and Marcia Merry

Not Enough Corn for Export.

Business Briefs


Secret NAFTA Accord Threatens U.S. Sovereignty

by Richard Freeman and Christopher White

Citibank has been meeting secretly with representatives of the Federal Reserve for the past two years, to plan out the banking provisions of the North American Free Trade Agreement. But they won’t tell Congress what they discussed!

Federal Reserve Takes Over Banking in the Hemisphere

The Dollarization of the World Economy: Who Benefits?


Scherer Analysis Sobers Up Washington on Yeltsin Coup

by William Jones

Two experiments with “revolution from above”—Gorbachov’s and Yeltsin’s—have failed, and now we’re facing the “revolution from below,” warns the former head of German military intelligence in a briefing at the National Press Club.

LaRouche: It Is a Deadly Blunder To Back Yeltsin

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Yeltsin, West Playing with Fire as Russia Nears Explosion

by Konstantin George

A First-Hand Look at Yeltsin’s ‘Cold Coup’

by Rachel Douglas

Arafat: ‘I Don’t Want To Be a Gorbachov’

by Joseph Brewda

‘Restore Hope’ Exposed as Colonial Operation by the New World Order

by Paolo Raimondi

Sarajevo’s Archbishop Rejects Partition Plan

Archbishop Vinko Puljic speaks to the press in Milan.

French Govt. and ADL Join Drug Lobby To ‘Fight Xenophobia’

by Mark Burdman

LaRouche Slandered in Pro-Drug Books

by Mark Burdman

Colombian Narco-Terror Moves In where ‘Democracy’ Paves the Way

by Valerie Rush

International Intelligence


Clinton’s Strategic Doctrine: New Age Infantilism

by Kathleen Klenetsky

What the Clinton Administration has produced in the way of a “new” strategic doctrine, after months of allegedly intense study, is a warmed-over version of the insane strategy of the Bush Administration.

Galen Kelly Sentenced; Terry in Trouble

Officials from Brazil, Mexico, Slovakia Ask That LaRouche Be Freed

Showdown with KKK Masons in Nashville

Eye on Washington

by Katherine Notley

Casinos in the Capital.

Congressional Closeup

by William Jones

National News


Last week’s article on the press conference of international dignitaries in Washington calling for freedom for Lyndon LaRuche (p. 58) omitted the names of two speakers: Laurence Hecht and Donald Phau, both defendants in the Virginia “railroad” prosecution of associates of LaRouche. The two have been sentenced to outrageous prison terms of 33 and 25 years, respectively, and will begin serving those sentences soon.