Volume 21, Number 5, January 28, 1994



Rabah Kebir

A leader of the Islamic Salvation Front outside Algeria charges that the International Monetary Fund is fostering civil war.

Lyndon LaRouche

In an interview from prison with a Croatian magazine, LaRouche gives a broad historical perspective from which to understand the crisis in the Balkans, and what must be done to prevent Europe from falling any deeper into a “Thirty Years War.”

Book Reviews

Diatribe against the Armed Forces Whitewashes Colombia’s Narco- Terrorism

by Valerie Rush

The Palace of Justice: A Colombian Tragedy, by Ana Carrigan.

The Red Dye

by Katherine Notley


EIR Helps Build Resistance to ‘Zapatista’ Threat

by Carlos Wesley

The report on “Shining Path North” is released internationally.

Mexican Government Assesses EZLN Threat

Exclusive to EIR in English: The full text of a report on the Chiapas insurrection, issued by Mexico’s Department of Interior.



Let’s Build for the Future.


Nigeria Draws the Line against Disintegration

by Lydia Cherry

A speech by the new head of state, Gen. Sani Abacha, has sent tremors throughout the Anglo-American establishment. One of Africa’s two potential superpowers has challenged the IMF, demanding the right to economic development.

Gaza-Jericho Accord Is Caught on an Economic Snag

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

Currency Rates

African Scientists Reject Malthusianism

Text of the African Academy of Sciences statement.

The Failure of Communist Economics

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Analyzes the bankruptcy of Marxian economics, and the alternatives available to Russia.

France Abandons Africa to the International Monetary Fund

by Jacques Cheminade

Business Briefs


Will U.S. Public Education Survive to the year 2000?

by Michael Minnicino

The looting of the nation’s $700 billion per year education “industry,” is, in the words of a recent Hudson Institute study. “the greatest business opportunity since Rockefeller discovered oil.” Michael Minnicino analyzes the history of the privatization mafia, and shows that recent moves toward the so-called information superhighway are, in part, based on the free-traders’ forecast that big profits can be had by throwing “too expensive” teachers on the scrapheap and replacing them with television.


Russia Sheds Gaidar, But Steps Up Third Rome Aims

by Konstantin George

The government that is now emerging says it will move away from the International Monetary Fund’s “shock therapy,” but its foreign policy remains the same, as demonstrated by rapid-fire moves to reannex Ukraine and all the republics along Russia’s western borders.

Moscow Paper Prints LaRouche Open Letter to Russian Leaders

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Historical Dilemma Faced by Britain as Institutional Crisis Accelerates

by Mark Burdman

Peru Bombarded with New Threats

by Cynthia R. Rush

Sovereignty of Nation-States Coheres with Natural Law

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

An interview with Lyndon LaRouche published in the Croatian weekly cultural and political magazine Hrvatski Rukopis.

International Intelligence


Inman Strafes Weak Flank of Clinton’s Media Adversaries

by Jeffrey Steinberg

The admiral, with 30 years of public service, blasted the media and neo-con columnist William Safire, in particular, as the “new McCarthyites.”

Michael Gelber Will Be Greatly Missed

EIR Circulates Fact Sheet on Victor Gunnarsson and Palme’s Murder

With the discovery of Gunnarsson’s corpse in a North Carolina forest, certain media outlets are attempting to revive the outrageous lie that associates of Lyndon LaRouche in Sweden were behind the assassination of Prime Minister Olof Palme. In a press release given international circulation, the record is set straight.

Policymakers Deeply Split over Western Policy toward Russia

Is BCCI Deal Linked to Assault on Clinton?

by Edward Spannaus

Congressional Closeup

by William Jones

National News