Volume 20, Number 42, October 29, 1993



Dr. Mohammed Sarsour

Dr. Sarsour is vice president of Administration and Finance at Bir Zeit University, a Palestinian university on the West Bank. He discusses the prospects for developing industry and infrastructure, under the Israeli-Palestinian peace accord.

Dominic Puthucheary

A parliamentarian from Malaysia and a constitutional lawyer, Mr. Puthucheary participated in an international parliamentary delegation’s fact-finding visit to Bosnia-Hercegovina.

Konstantin Cheremnykh

by Gabriele Liebig

A journalist from St. Petersburg reports on the situation there leading up to the December elections.


Andean Report

by José Restrepo

Money Laundering in Venezuela.

Dateline Mexico

by Hugo López Ochoa

Secret NAFTA Deal Exposed.

Report from Rio

by Lorenzo Carrasco

Party Rule on the Rocks.

Australia Dossier

by Allen Douglas

Lawsuit Filed against CEC.

Report from Bonn

by Rainer Apel

A German Version of Albert Gore.


Your Child Is Not a Dolphin.


MPs in Sarajevo Told: There Isn’t Much Time Left

An international delegation of 10 parliamentarians from seven countries visited Bosnia, and is putting a spotlight on the bankruptcy of western policy there.

Documentation: A statement issued by International Parliamentarians Against Genocide in Bosnia and Hercegovina.

Owen, UN Bureaucrats Are Not Accountable

An interview with Dominic Puthucheary.


Health Care Reform: A Cover for Malthusian Rationing

by Linda Everett

Under the rubric of health reform, the United States is being put through a paradigm shift, to rid patients, doctors, and nurses alike of their view that the role of medicine is to save and enhance lives.

Palestinians Must Concentrate on Getting Our Economy Going

An interview with Dr. Mohammed Sarsour.

Israel, Palestinians Must Build High-Tech ‘Second Jordan River’

by Marcia Merry

Louisiana Parish Says No to River Gambling

China Proposes Development Corridor

by Mary Burdman

Currency Rates

Australian Farmers: An Endangered Species

by Don Veitch and Andrew Bailey


by John Hoefle

Gonzalez Queries Fed’s Watergate Role.


by Marcia Merry

World 1993 Grain Harvests Fall.

Business Briefs


Mob Ties of Minnesota AG Humphrey Exposed

by Philip Valenti

Attorney General Hubert “Skip” Humphrey, a leading light of the national “Get LaRouche” task force and president of the National Association of Attorneys General, is suddenly finding his political career in trouble, as Philip Valenti reports.

Skip Humphrey and the Criminal Abuse of Power in Minnesota

by Philip Valenti

Excerpts from a New Federalist White Paper, “Skip Humphrey and the Criminal Abuse of Power: Case Studies in Corruption, Cover-Up and Official Oppression in Minnesota.”

Graham Tells Humphrey To Withdraw from Cases

Du Pont Heir Calls for Special Prosecutor


Russian Imperialism On the March in Wake of Coup

by Konstantin George

The key events have been overlooked in the West, where the illusion still prevails that Boris Yeltsin is a “democrat.”

Former Argentine President Frondizi Urges Pope To Intercede for LaRouche

by Dr. Arturo Frondizi

LaRouche Elected to Academy in Russia

New Papal Encyclical Veritatis Splendor: Truth Illuminates the Understanding

by Helga Zepp-LaRouche

Free Lebanon To Assure Lasting Mideast Peace

by General Michel Aoun

An essay by the former Lebanese Prime Minister.

Gore Vidal Unveils Oligarchs’ Genocidal 1990s Blueprint

by Mark Burdman

Boris Yeltsin’s Visit to Japan Can’t Mask Moscow Coup

by Kathy Wolfe

South Africa: Two Convicted in Hani Murder; Questions Remain

by David Hammer

IMF Plans ‘Yugoslav’ Scenario for Canada

by Gilles Gervais

Peru Deals Blow to Continental Terrorism

by Andrea Olivieri

French Leftist Swamp Steps Up Phony ‘Right-Wing’ Lies against LaRouche

International Intelligence


Clinton’s Haitian Policy Is a Genocidal Disaster

by Valerie Rush

The American people are being fed a pack of media lies about what is really at stake in Haiti. But when even the CIA describes ousted dictator Jean-Bertrand Aristide as a certifiable psychotic, some are beginning to ask whether U.S. support for him is not, perhaps, misplaced.

Haiti’s Version of Genocidalist Pol Pot

A profile of Jean-Bertrand Aristide.

U.S. Invaded Haiti in 1915 To ‘Restore Democracy’

by Carlos Wesley

VIPs Visit Capital, Want LaRouche Free

National News