Volume 20, Number 49, December 17, 1993



Junichi Hirokami and Yasukazu Uemura

by Kathy Wolfe

The conductor of the Norrköping Symphony in Stockholm, Sweden and the president of the Tokyo College of Music spoke with EIR while the college’s orchestra was touring the United States.

Vitali Urazhtsev

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. The conclusion of a two-part interview.


Report from Rio

by Lorenzo Carrasco

The Barracks Are Boiling.

Report from Bonn

by Rainer Apel

German Democracy in a Profound Crisis.


Full Speed Ahead on Cold Fusion.


Derivatives Regulators Set Course for Disaster

by Anthony K. Wikrent

The Bank for International Settlements is forcing the smaller players out of the market, as U.S. regulators turn a blind eye to the fact that derivatives are swallowing up what remains of traditional investment banking.

We Are Heading toward the Biggest Financial Collapse in History

by John Hoefle

A speech by EIR’s John Hoefle at a meeting of Mexican farmers in Ciudad Obregón.

ADL Favorite Soros Helped Nazis Loot Jews

by Scott Thompson

Currency Rates

U.S. Unemployment Coverup

Royal Fest for Club of Rome Bodes Ill for Europe’s Future

by Mark Burdman

Reports from Hanover, Germany, from a gathering of malthusian ghouls.

Documentation: Club of Rome Promotes “Ozone Hole” Fraud.

LaRouche and the War of Ideas against the Club of Rome

by Mark Burdman

Business Briefs


The Cultural Basis of Strategic Policy for Ibero-America

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

In this interview with EIR’s Spanish-language publication Resumen Ejecutivo, Lyndon LaRouche lays out the political tasks facing patriots in Ibero-America. They must rise to a higher level of grand strategy, he says, rather than running defensive maneuvers from a cabinet warfare standpoint.


Drug Lord’s Death Gives New Chance for the War on Drugs

The death of Colombia’s Pablo Escobar has set back the projects of the drug legalizers.

Documentation: A chronology of Pablo Escobar’s reign of terror.

Ukraine Gets Remake of Munich Betrayal

Anglo-Americans Strike Deal with Russia To Sacrifice Ukraine

by Irene Beaudry

NATO Bows to Russia on Eastern Europe

by Kathleen Klenetsky

Ukraine a Trigger Point

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Bosnia-Hercegovina: ‘The Greatest Obstacle to Peace Is the Policy of Great Britain’

A report from Königswinter, Germany.

Venezuela: São Paulo Forum Loses in Elections

by Cynthia R. Rush

The Chinese Democracy Movement Lives On, Say Its Exiled Leaders

by Cho Wen-pin

Documentation: The Seattle Declaration.

Will Mexico Disintegrate in Next Year’s Presidential Elections?

by Hugo López Ochoa and Gretchen Small

Voters Hand Major Parties a Surprise in India State Assembly Elections

by Ramtanu Maitra

Australian Education Goes from Bad to Worse

by Don Veitch

International Intelligence


Pollard Clemency Fight Revives Broader Spy Probe

by Jeffrey Steinberg

The fact that Pollard’s purloined military secrets made their way not only to Israel, but from there to the Soviet Union, was first exposed by EIR back in 1986. Now, the rest of the world is finally catching up, and some people may end up in hot water very soon.

Justice Department, FBI Misconduct Coming Under Increased Attack

by Edward Spannaus

There are signs that some people in Washington, as well as a group of federal judges, want to clean up the mess left over from the Reagan-Bush years.

Kevorkian Exposés Show Satanist at Work

by Linda Everett

Is George W. Bush as Bad as He Looks?

by Brian Lantz

The newly declared candidate for Governor of Texas profiles himself as an opponent of outcome-based education kookery. But scratch the surface, and you find a free market version of the same thing.

National News



In our issue of Nov. 12, we misspelled the name of the translator of Kepler’s New Astronomy, William H. Donahue.