by Lotta-Stina Thronell
Åslund’s Shock Therapy Under Attack.
A Small Question of Demographics.
by Jaime García and Valerie Rush
Documentation: A statement from the office of Alejandro Peña Esclusa, secretary general of the Venezuelan Labor Party.
by Jaime García
In five years, Carlos Andrés Pérez and the IMF dismantled the Venezuelan economy. Jaime García documents the model “shock therapy” case.
by Alejandro Peña Esclusa
A statement by the secretary general of the Venezuelan Labor Party.
Corrections to the feature story on China in our Feb. 11 issue.
by Rogelio A. Maduro
Greenpeace is spearheading a new hoax: the campaign in the U.S. Congress to ban the use of chlorine in the disinfection of water supplies. Based on no scientific evidence whatsoever, this policy would cause economic devastation and a health conflagration.
by Marcia Merry
The push is on for riverboat casino gambling in 18 states, but many of these enterprises are going to sink financially, along with the people who sold their souls to allow them.
by Claudio Celani
The king of the Anglo-American speculators, George Soros, has decided to put his money at the service of Achille Occhetto, the leader of the former communists. Behind the surprising alliance is the New Age Venetian financier and pornography promoter, sportswear maker Luciano Benetton.
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
Part 1 of a series by economist Lyndon LaRouche, titled “The Science of Physical Economy as the Platonic Epistemological Basis for All Branches of Human Knowledge.” Writes LaRouche: “The only important economic policy-question confronting really intelligent thinkers is: This financial system is doomed; can we put a new, healthy economic system into place in time to prevent the political disintegration of our nations which must tend to occur in the wake of the financial avalanche about to crush the world as a whole?”
by Konstantin George
Only weeks after its formation, the new Russian government is starting to crumble, faced with a wave of strikes and an increasingly desperate economic situation.
by Gen. Count Hanno von Kielmansegg
An analysis by the former Chief of Staff of the NATO Army Group North.
by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach
Documentation: From the text of the “fundamental agreement between the Holy See and the state of Israel.”
by Valerie Rush
EIR’s charges that the so-called Mayan insurgency in Chiapas was really orchestrated by foreign intelligence services, are getting full play in the Mexican press.
by Juan Manuel Martínez R. and Carlos Cota Meza
Report from Tuxtla Gutiérrez, the capital of Chiapas state.
by Carlos Méndez and Cynthia R. Rush
by Mark Burdman
by Rainer Apel
Leaders of the political opposition to the IMF’s policies in Russia, Ukraine, Georgia, Armenia, and Latvia tell an EIR-sponsored seminar: “Instead of the invisible hand, we got the invisible foot.”
by Edward Spannaus
by Edward Spannaus
by Marianna Wertz
Written in 1936, the play, by this civil rights veteran, is a dramatic rendition of the birth of the African-American spiritual, told through the life of a slave. The current production was conceived and directed by Sheila Anne Jones, candidate for Governor of Illinois.
by William Jones