A member of the now-abolished Supreme Soviet, Mr. Urazhtsev headed the first independent trade union of Russian military servicemen, Shield. He is now in hiding, having been accused of “organizing mass disorders” because of his actions in defense of the Constitution suspended by Yeltsin.
A former African National Congress commissar, Mr. Twala is now the chairman of the Returned Exiles Coordinating Committee, comprising many former ANC members who were put through ANC torture and detention camps. He is also the regional organizer for the Vaal Triangle region for the Inkatha Freedom Party.
Major General Groenewald is the former head of the Department of Military Intelligence of the South African Defense Forces, and a leader of the Freedom Alliance comprised of the Inkatha Freedom Party, the Conservative Party, several of the black homelands, and other smaller parties.
by Marsha Freeman
The German-American space pioneer pursued every avenue to make the science, technology, and the future of space exploration available to American citizens. From Marsha Freeman’s just-released book.
by Susan Maitra
Industrialists Fear Dumping.
by Silvia Palacios
Debt Accord a Bad Deal.
by Rainer Apel
Second German Republic at Twilight.
by Valerie Rush
The Military Is in the Crosshairs.
The Clash of Civilizations.
by Jacques Cheminade
Le Piège, by Jimmy Goldsmith.
by Mark Burdman
The Real World Order: Zones of Peace, Zones of Turmoil, by Max Singer and Aaron Wildavsky.
by Michael Billington
With Beijing locked in an internal battle between those most directly profiting from speculation, and others trying to prevent the country from blowing apart, the political realities may reassert themselves on the Hongkong market at any moment.
by Michael Billington
by Rosa Tennenbaum
by Andrew Bailey
Australian political organizer Andrew Bailey, formerly a farmer, addresses agricultural producers in Mexico.
by Lydia Cherry
Rice’s “Special Situation.”
by Konstantin George
The already crippled economy can hardly take a further blow from the General Winter, as strikes and protests grow. The response of the nomenklatura is a domestic military-based dictatorship, plus the old Russian imperial push for territorial expansion.
Part 1 of an interview with Vitali Urazhtsev.
by Konstantin Cheremnykh
An in-depth analysis of the current Russian factional lineup, by a journalist from St. Petersburg.
by Helga Zepp-LaRouche
The national chairman of the Civil Rights Movement-Solidarity announces her availability as a candidate for Federal Chancellor in Germany’s 1994 elections.
by Claudio Celani
by Cynthia R. Rush
The Ibero-American Solidarity Movement has badly damaged the plan of the Radical Cause party, backed by the U.S. State Department and Fidel Castro, to grab power either by the ballot or by insurrection. The situation leading up to election day is very hot, as rumors fly of a military coup.
by David Hammer
An interview with Mwezi Twala.
An interview with Maj. Gen. Tienie Groenewald.
by Ramtanu Maitra
by Dr. Hans Koechler
by H. Graham Lowry
A section of the U.S. establishment is looking toward the American System of political economy, with glimmerings of recognition that LaRouche was right.