Volume 21, Number 20, May 13, 1994



Stipe Mesic

by Elke Fimmen and Helmut Böttiger

The president of the Croatian parliament and the last President of the Presidency of the Yugoslav state, Mr. Mesic has now launched a new party, sharply critical of the policies of Croatian President Tudjman.

Zvonimir Trusic

by Elke Fimmen and Helmut Böttiger

The president of the Croatian Volunteers Association voices his criticisms of the Croatian regime.

Marko Veselica

by Elke Fimmen and Helmut Böttiger

The president of the Christian Democratic Party of Croatia and professor of economy at the University of Zagreb, Professor Veselica was a longtime political prisoner under communism.


Report from Rio

by Geraldo Luis Zaraiva Lino

An Uncertain Debt Pact.

Report from Bonn

by Rainer Apel

New German Initiatives in Mideast.

Dateline Mexico

by Valerie Rush

The Confessions of Bishop Ruiz.

Andean Report

by Manuel Hidalgo

A Shining Path Rescue Effort.


A Time of Reconstruction.


Press Freedom At Stake in Univision Case before FCC

by Carlos Wesley

The text of EIR’s Motion to Reopen and To Enlarge the Issues, filed before the Federal Communications Commission. EIR is challenging the transfer of control of the biggest Spanish-language television station in the United States to the Venezuelan brothers Gustavo and Ricardo Cisneros.


Ibero-American Debt Crisis Turns into Dollar Debacle

by Richard Freeman

The capital flight out of Mexico comes just as the dollar itself is under savage attack on the international markets, and bankers are scrambling to hold things together.

Benin: The Only Population Issue in Africa Is Underpopulation

by Dana S. Scanlon

This small West African nation under President Soglo, is taking the lead in fighting the malthusian agenda of the upcoming UN International Conference on Population and Development.

Currency Rates

The Fight To Keep National Research Laboratories Is Key for U.S. Future

by Mel Klenetsky

The issue behind the recent resignation of John H. Nuckolls, director of the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory.

Nigeria Protests ‘Drug-Pusher’ Label

by Lydia Cherry

European Cities Start Movement To Counter the Drug Legalizers

by Ulf Sandmark

Poland: Shock Therapy Lethal, Latest Reports Show

Business Briefs


Lyndon LaRouche Spends Six Days in Moscow

The advocates of shock therapy and systems analysis are quaking in their boots, as, on the invitation of several Russian scientific organizations, LaRouche and his wife spent six days in Moscow, addressing academic and government institutions, and meeting with leading scientists.

Solving Russia’s Economic Crisis: A Question of Scientific Method

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

LaRouche’s lecture to the Economics Academy of the Russian Federation Ministry of Economics.

Russia, Do Not Repeat the West’s Mistakes

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

LaRouche’s speech to the Institute for Scientific Information on Social Sciences (INION).


Rally Held in Last-Ditch Effort To Save Bosnia

by Katherine Kanter

The International Parliamentarians Against Genocide in Bosnia meet in Brussels, assembling 200 prominent Bosnian and Third World leaders. But where were the parliamentarians of Europe and the United States?

Documentation: The conference resolution.

A French General Speaks: ‘Bosnia Is a Fiction’

The Principles of Physical Economy Point the Way to a Lasting Peace

by Helga Zepp-LaRouche

Speech to the Brussels conference.

Rwanda: A Test Case for Boutros-Ghali

by Linda de Hoyos

London, Wall Street Slam Venezuela with Financial Warfare

by Valerie Rush

Documentation: Venezuelan President Rafael Caldera writes on the debt crisis.

‘The Serbian Model Must Not Be Allowed to Succeed’

by Elke Fimmen and Helmut Böttiger

An interview with Stipe Mesic.

‘Popular Pressure Kept the Politicos from Caving In’

by Elke Fimmen and Helmut Böttiger

An interview with Zvonimir Trusic.

Why Croatia Needs Libertas Movement

by Elke Fimmen and Helmut Böttiger

An interview with Marko Veselica.

Uproar in India over U.S. Pressure Tactics

by Ramtanu Maitra and Susan Maitra

International Intelligence


Midterm Primaries Herald Breakout for LaRouche

by Nora Hamerman

The outstanding showings by LaRouche Democrats in the May 3 primaries in Indiana and Ohio may be the harbinger of upsets to come.

Jury Votes Kevorkian ‘Not Guilty,’ as Satanic Euthanasia Spreads

by Linda Everett

Ames Sentenced, Indicts Spy Wars

by Jeffrey Steinberg

In his statement to the court, he had some harsh things to say about the espionage game, which have led some congressmen to demand a top-to-bottom debate on national security policy.

Eye on Washington

by Dennis Speed

Howard Students March on ADL.

Congressional Closeup

by William Jones

National News