Volume 20, Number 43, November 5, 1993



Father Maurice Dooley

by Catherine Brannan

The observer for the Holy See at the Council on Europe’s Committee on Bioethics in Strasbourg, France talks about the need for an international treaty on bioethics.

Gad Ya’acobi

by Paolo Raimondi

The head of the Israeli Mission to the United Nations, Mr. Ya’acobi was Minister of Economic Planning in the Shimon Peres government (1984-86). He is a leader of the Israeli Labor Party, and an economist known for his support for large economic projects as key to a successful peace agreement in the Mideast.

Science & Technology

Gambling with Geopolitics Threatens Space Station

by Marsha Freeman

The U.S.-led international space station has been under constant budgetary attack. Now, there are proposals for the wrong kind of cooperation with the Russians.


Report from Rio

by Lorenzo Carrasco

Taking On the Monetarists.

Report from Bonn

by Rainer Apel

German Role in Palestine Development.

Panama Report

by Carlos Wesley

Drugs and Democracy with a Salsa Beat.

Dateline Mexico

by Jacobo Frontini

The President and the Terrorist.


Austerity Will No Longer Sell.


Tax and Dry Out the Derivatives Market

by Christopher White and Richard Freeman

Excerpts from EIR’s testimony submitted to Rep. Henry Gonzalez’s House Banking Committee.

Federal Reserve ‘Dollarization’ Scheme Will Ruin Ibero-America’s Economy

by Cynthia R. Rush

Can a Bioethics Treaty Define a Moral Foundation for Research?

by Catherine Brannan

An interview with Father Maurice Dooley.

U.S. Congress Reviewed Plan for ‘Birth Licenses’

China’s Rail and Energy Sectors, Always Brittle, Begin to Collapse

by Mary Burdman

Mideast Cooperation Must Be Both Economic and Political

by Paolo Raimondi

An interview with Gad Ya’acobi.

Shimon Peres’s Plan for Peace and Development in the Middle East

Currency Rates

Business Briefs


Neo-Nazis, the Anglo-Americans’ Catspaw

The neo-Nazis, far from being a native German phenomenon, are useful tools in a calculated project to sow chaos within Germany, and to feed anti-German paranoia abroad. The plot is being steered by British and American interests and intelligence agencies.

Anglo-American Motives and Personnel behind Germany’s Neo-Nazi Gangs

A dossier drawn from EIR’s German-language Special Report Strategy of Tension.


São Paulo Forum Terror Commandos Captured in Peru

by Gretchen Small

The support given to the narco-terrorist São Paulo Forum by the Inter-American Dialogue and its agents within the Clinton Administration constitutes the single greatest threat to security in the Western Hemisphere.

U.S. Haiti Policy at Impasse, but Genocide Continues

by Cynthia R. Rush

‘Who Lost Russia?’ Debate Breaks Out in West after Yeltsin Coup

by Konstantin George and EIR Staff

High Court Says Germany Has Right To Withdraw from European Union

by Gabriele Liebig

The Canadian Election: Voters Reject NAFTA and Bankers’ Austerity

by Gilles Gervais

Unease over ‘Ethnicity’ at Conference in Germany

by Mark Burdman

International Intelligence


ADL Facing Grand Jury Probe and a New Civil Suit

by Jeffrey Steinberg

The scandal is grabbing national headlines—finally!—as the possibility of felony indictments looms for the Anti-Defamation League.

Americans Were Lied To about the Moscow Massacre

by Viktor Kuzin

Elected Moscow City Councilman Viktor Kuzin, who is touring the United States, speaks at the National Press Club in Washington.

LaRouche: Cutting Health Care Budgets Is Not the Way To Go

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Congressional Closeup

by William Jones

National News


In the Oct. 15 issue, several transcription and editing errors were made in the article on p. 44, adapted from an oral briefing by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach. Among them: Under the subtitle “The Peres approach,” the first sentence as edited could be read to imply that Gad Ya’acobi was the author of the cited article in the Italian magazine Acque & Terre. It was Shimon Peres; see p. 15 of this issue for Peres’s full text. Under the subtitle “LaRouche’s approach” (p. 46), the first sentence should have stated that LaRouche stressed the primacy of science, rather than “flank” as printed.

In our Oct. 22 issue (“World Bank, U.S. Donors Conference Jeopardize Mideast Peace Accord,” p. 9), the Harvard professor is incorrectly identified. He is Roger Owen. In the “LaRouche electoral movement” map for 1990 on p. 35, the Nancy Spannaus campaign in Virginia that year was for U.S. Senate, not for Governor.