A British historian tells the Croatian daily Slobodna Dalmacija about his work exposing the 1945 massacre, by Tito’s communist Partisans, of tens of thousands of Croatian soldiers and civilians.
by Anthony K. Wikrent
Paul Revere’s Ride, by David Hackett Fischer.
by Rainer Apel
Schalck-Golodkowski Amassed a Fortune.
by Bruce Jacobs
The Push for Cairo ’94 Is On.
The Hoax of the North Korean Bomb.
The British bond market suffered its steepest fall since 1914, and the dollar fell to its lowest level ever against the yen, as bankers and finance ministers wring their hands.
by Alberto Sábato
by Marjorie Mazel Hecht
by David Ramonet
by Scott Thompson
by Uwe Friesecke
A paper presented at a Schiller Institute seminar in Moscow.
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
Lyndon LaRouche comments on the uproar created by the book Special Tasks, by former Soviet spymaster Pavel Sudoplatov et al.
by Carol White
Documents how the atomic bomb project was a British geopolitical hoax, aimed not at winning World War II, but at setting up a system of UN world government.
by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach
The UN’s attempt to ram through a depopulation policy at the Cairo ’94 conference is encountering such fierce resistance that insiders are worrying about whether the meeting will have to be moved.
by Torbjörn Jerlerup
Excerpts from an Instrumentum Laboris (“Instrument of Work”) issued by the Pontifical Council for the Family.
by Lawrence Eyong-Echaw
by Kathy Wolfe
by Carlos Wesley
by Ramtanu Maitra and Susan Maitra
by Carlos Cota Meza
by Silvia Palacios and Lorenzo Carrasco
by Jaime García and Silvia Palacios
by Jeffrey Steinberg
To better understand what he is up against, President Clinton should read the text of Henry Kissinger’s May 10, 1982 speech at Chatham House, London, excerpted here.
by Anton Chaitkin
by Nancy Spannaus
Plus a background report on the Nation of Islam: What is it really?
by Suzanne Rose
Since 1989, Unesco has been pumping out policy documents which have shaped the New Age shift in education, in America and other countries as well.
In EIR of June 17, p. 38, Gerald Segal of the International Institute of Strategic Studies was incorrectly identified as an American. He is Canadian.