Volume 21, Number 19, May 6, 1994



Dr. Ruben Sher

by David Hammer

The director of South Africa’s AIDS Training and Outreach Program, Dr. Sher was formerly chief collector of data for the South African Institute for Medical Research. The political crisis means that the government is in no position to deal with the growing AIDS crisis.

Dr. Masato Murakami

by Mark Wilsey

Dr. Murakami is the director of Division VII at the Superconductivity Research Laboratory, ISTEC, in Tokyo, Japan. He describes his laboratory’s research in high-temperature superconductors.

Jacques Cheminade

Mr. Cheminade is the leader of the New Solidarity political movement, which ran candidates in the March regional elections in a number of places in France.

Roberto Formigoni

by Liliana Celani

Mr. Formigoni was Vice President of the European Parliament, president for many years of the biggest Catholic youth organization in Italy, the Popular Movement, and is now a member of the new Italian Parliament.


Northern Flank

by Tore Fredin

Sweden Drowns in Debt.

Dateline Mexico

by Carlos Cota Meza

The Secret Is Out.

Report from Bonn

by Rainer Apel

Haunted by the Ghosts of the 1980s.


Henry Kissinger Was Nixon’s Iago.

Science & Technology

Superconductors Continue To Give Up Their Secrets

by Mark Wilsey

Reports on some of the latest results in research on achieving superconductivity at high temperatures.

Research Advances into Mercury Compounds for Superconductors

by Mark Wilsey

Turning HTSCs into Magnets

by Mark Wilsey

An interview with Dr. Masato Murakami.

Thorium Holds Great Promise for India’s Nuclear Future

by Ramtanu Maitra

The first of EIR’s “Science Policy” commentaries.


Regulators Panicking, Call for Scrutiny of Derivatives

by John Hoefle

While U.S. regulators are muttering about the need to develop “standards for derivatives products,” European bankers are more bluntly warning of a financial shock like the stock market crash of October 1987.

The AIDS Time-Bomb Is Ticking Away in South Africa

by David Hammer

An interview with Dr. Ruben Sher.

Currency Rates

Devaluations Ravage French Africa

by Lawrence Eyong-Echaw

IISS ‘Divide and Conquer’ Strategy for China Is Dangerously Flawed

by Mary Burdman

The International Institute of Strategic Studies in London publishes a paper by Gerald Segal on the theme of “opening and dividing China”—and Beijing retaliates by banning Segal from making a trip to China.

Allais Hits ‘Perversion’ of British Free Trade

by Mark Burdman

Trilaterals Promote Ungovernability for All

by Scott Thompson

Business Briefs


Venezuela’s Fight To Survive against Rockefeller Coup

by Valerie Rush

The Rockefeller crowd is conducting financial warfare against Venezuela at the same time that its minions inside the country are trying to make a bloody example of Alejandro Peña Esclusa, a friend and associate of Lyndon LaRouche.

Venezuelan Press Exposes Judicial Corruption in Peña Esclusa Case

PLV Warns: Venezuela’s Future Is At Stake

Judge Rips Up the Law in Peña Arrest Order

The full text of the outrageous court document, subject of ridicule in the Venezuelan press for its illiteracy and blatant illegality.

World Dignitaries Ask Justice for Peña

War against the Caldera Government

A timeline of destabilization.

EIR Petitions FCC To Review Univision Sale


British Lead the Charge for UN Depopulation Onslaught

by Mark Burdman

From Prince Philip on down, the British oligarchy is mobilized to get the UN’s Cairo ’94 conference to stop the reproduction of the black and yellow races.

South Africa Now Faces New Tests

by Linda de Hoyos

Vatican Takes Lead against Cairo Agenda

by Nora Hamerman and Warren J. Hamerman

Peruvian Columnist on ‘The Battle for Life’

by Patricio Ricketts Rey de Castro

Britain, United Nations Itching for Nuclear Crisis in Korea

by Kathy Wolfe

Australian Oligarchs Slander LaRouche

by Bruce Jacobs

The Threat to the French Nation Comes from London

An interview with Jacques Cheminade.

International Intelligence


Richard Nixon: A Smart, But Not a Wise President

by Mel Klenetsky

Although Nixon was one of the first of the establishment political figures to criticize the shock therapy policies of the IMF in Russia, he never understood the British geopolitical design against the United States.

Clinton’s Anti-Drug Strategy: Some Good Ideas, But No Plan

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Carlo Bergonzi Sings Farewell in New York

by Jerry Pyenson

British Geopolitics Is Behind Whitewater

by Liliana Celani

An interview With Roberto Formigoni.

Kissinger Watch

by M.T. Upharsin

British Promote Henry To “Help Out” Clinton.

Congressional Closeup

by William Jones

National News