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Volume 21, Number 21, May 20, 1994

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CFR Issues Program for a UN Dictatorship  

by Linda de Hoyos

Enforcing Restraint: Collective Intervention in Internal Conflicts, edited by Lori Fisler Damrosch.

Petrus Christus: How the Florentine Renaissance Crossed the Alps  

by Warren J. Hamerman

An exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City.

Conrad Black’s Sins of Omission  

by Joseph Brewda

Conrad Black: A Life in Progress, by Conrad Black.

French Book Exposes Narco-Terrorism  

by Ives Zilli

Les superpuissances du crime: Enquête sur le narco-terrorisme (The Superpowers of Crime: Investigation into Narco- Terrorism), by Xavier Raufer.


Science Policy  

by Emmanuel Grenier

Franco-German Relations in Research and Technology Need a New Spark.

On the Green Front  

by Rogelio A. Maduro

How Deep Will the Ozone Lies Go?

Dateline Mexico  

by Carlos Méndez

Cárdenas and Iran-Contra.


Not for Sale.


Trash Greenspan, Not the Dollar  

by Christopher White

The unconstitutionality of the Federal Reserve’s policies will soon be the subject of hearings on Capitol Hill.

Economic Reform Is a Question of Political Will  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

French economist Maurice Allais is the only sane man who ever won a Nobel Prize in economics, but he makes one important mistake.

India Banking Reforms Evoke Protests  

by Ramtanu Maitra

U.S. Unemployment Coverup  

Currency Rates  

Wine: Behind the Lawsuits against Robert Parker  

by Philip Ulanowsky

Battles in the wine industry may portend a broader debate on economic policy issues, as producers are driven out of business.

Gudmundsson Tours Brazil, and Greenpeace Hits the Ropes  

by Geraldo Luis Zaraiva Lino

The Icelandic filmmaker who exposed Greenpeace’s fraudulent activities is creating an uproar in Brazil, just as Brazil’s Greenpeace launches a new campaign against nuclear energy.

Business Briefs  


Arafat-Rabin Accord Signed; Will the World Bank Kill It?  

by Dean Andromidas

The historic pact between Israel and the Palestine Liberation Organization, finally signed in Cairo, must now be underwritten with massive infrastructure development projects, as Lyndon LaRouche has underlined since 1975.

The Oasis Plan: Development Is the Key to Peace in the Mideast  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

A briefing to Mideast experts in Moscow, during a recent visit there.

ADL’s Role in Sabotage of Mideast Peace Exposed  

by Dean Andromidas


Opposition Mounts against UN Genocide Conference  

by Kathleen Klenetsky

The malthusian backers of the upcoming International Conference on Population and Development admit that they are trying to usher in a new eugenics movement.

Documentation: Statements from Cardinal John O’Connor, the Schiller Institute, the Catholic Bishops Synod on Africa, and the Latin American Bishops Conference.

Battle for Life in Peru Is Red-Hot  

by Manuel Hidalgo

Goldsmith Readies New Movement To Destroy Europe’s Nation-States  

by Mark Burdman

Sir James Goldsmith, an Anglo-French multibillionaire who was knighted by Queen Elizabeth, is directing and financing “L’Autre Europe” (The Other Europe) against the nation-states.

Did Cisneros Pay $600,000 To Frame Up Peña?  

by Valerie Rush

British Eye Argentina for Chiapas-Style Insurgency  

by Cynthia R. Rush

CEC Organizing Unhinges Oligarchs  

by John Sigerson

U.S. civil rights leader Rev. James Bevel toured Australia at the invitation of the Citizens Electoral Councils.

New British Research Exposes Churchill as Genocidal Racist  

by Mark Burdman

Pro-British Apologists Seek To Revive 19th-Century Colonial China  

by Michael Billington

International Intelligence  


Clinton Directive Reins In ‘Aggressive Multilateralism’  

by Edward Spannaus

Presidential Design Directive 25 states that the United States opposes creation of a UN standing army, and puts strict conditions on the placing of U.S. troops under UN command. It’s a step in the right direction.

Defense Budget Must Be Expanded To Drive Aerospace Recovery  

by Leo Scanlon

Hamilton’s Economics Draws New Interest  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

As free market economics is proven bankrupt, the ideas of Alexander Hamilton and Friedrich List are finding a new receptivity, including in some surprising locations.

Kissinger Watch  

by M.T. Upharsin

Back to the Bilderbergers.

Congressional Closeup  

by William Jones

National News  

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