Volume 21, Number 28, July 15, 1994



Maulana Wahiduddin Khan

by Susan Maitra

An internationally known Islamic scholar and president of The Islamic Center in New Delhi. Maulana Khan is also editor of the monthly magazine Al-Risala, and author of a number of books.

Gen. Martin Spegelj and Prof. Sdravko Tomac

by Katherine Kanter

General Spegelj was Defense Minister of Croatia until 1991. He now works with the movement Libertas, in opposition to the policies of President Franjo Tudjman. Professor Tomac of Zagreb University is a former vice president of the Croatian parliament.

Rabah Kebir

Mr. Kebir is a spokesman for Algeria’s Islamic Salvation Front (FIS). He discusses the shift in policy toward the FIS on the part of the Clinton Administration, and the prospects for a peaceful solution in his country.

Science & Technology

The Space Effort: Picking Up Where Apollo Left Off

by Marsha Freeman

The program to land a man on the Moon was the largest peacetime scientific mobilization in history. We need to revive that science driver to end the economic depression.

Art Exhibitions

Restored Paintings by Two Renaissance Geniuses: van Eyck and van der Weyden

by Warren J. Hamerman


Report from Paris

by Anne de la Brifière

Operation Margarita Is Not Complete.

Dateline Mexico

by Carlos Méndez

Zapatistas Use Blackmail.

The Green Front

by Rogelio A. Maduro

Is Eco-Fascism on U.S. Government Agenda?


Let’s Win the War on Drugs.


It’s an Open Secret (LaRouche Was Right)

by Christopher White

LaRouche forecast an early collapse of the global financial and monetary system; the pattern of events in the bond markets and elsewhere corroborates that analysis, as some top European banking officials are beginning to recognize.

Venezuela’s Caldera Vows: ‘In my Hands, the Republic Shall Not Be Lost’

by David Ramonet

Documentation: Excerpts from President Rafael Caldera’s historic speech, and a grid of responses from around the world.

Bridge Project Triggers Government Crisis in Sweden

by Tore Fredin

Currency Rates

Russian, British Pseudo-Scientists Regurgitate Malthusian Numerology

by Mark Burdman

Philip: ‘Keep Darkies from Having Babies’

by Mark Burdman

France Signs On to Cairo Genocide

by Frédérique Vereycken

We Need Peace in the World, Not Population Control

by Susan Maitra

An interview with Maulana Wahiduddin Khan.

Asia Is Going Ahead with Nuclear Power

by Rainer Apel

Money Mandarins Lay Siege to Africa’s Bank

by Lawrence Eyong-Echaw

Business Briefs


Dope Mob Buys Colombian Presidency

by Valerie Rush

The Cali cartel’s purchase of the office of the Presidency for drug-legalizer Ernesto Samper Pizano is now exposed for all to see. The drug mafias are way out on a limb now—and it’s high time to saw it off.

Ernesto Samper Pizano: A Tale of Three Bribes

by Javier Almario and Valerie Rush

Cali Cartel On Tape: Millions for Samper

Our Record against Ernesto Samper Pizano

Brawl in Washington over Drug Policy

by Jeffrey Steinberg


A Sea-Change Is Taking Place in Japan and Korea

by Kathy Wolfe

Japan’s new government has put Wall Street and London’s demands on hold, and welcomes the prospect of developing both Koreas.

Yasser Arafat Makes Triumphal Return to Gaza and Jericho

by Dean Andromidas

Documentary Film on Russian Crime Is Presented in Washington

by Rachel Douglas

Documentation: Excerpts from the film script of Stanislav Govorukhin’s documentary “The Great Criminal Revolution.”

‘If You Want Peace in the Balkans, Lift the Arms Embargo against Croatia’

by Katherine Kanter

An interview with Gen. Martin Spegelj and Prof. Sdravko Tomac.

‘It Is Time To Tell the Algerian Government To Stop the Violence’

An interview with Rabah Kebir.

Helga Zepp-LaRouche Addresses Meeting in Rome against Cairo ’94

‘World Could Hold 40 Billion People’

by Helga Zepp-LaRouche

Speech to the conference in Rome sponsored by EIR and the Italian Solidarity Movement.

Cairo Organizers Are ‘Aggressors against God’

by Cardinal Silvio Oddi

International Intelligence


Clinton Policy Successes Stymie British Foes

by Jeffrey Steinberg

There’s a good deal of rug chewing going on at Hollinger Corp. headquarters over the President’s defusing of a whole array of hoked-up crises.

National Academy of Sciences Hosts Cairo ’94 Depopulation Rally

by Anton Chaitkin

Vice President Al Gore, U.S. Undersecretary of State for Global Affairs Timothy Wirth, and other malthusian spokesmen were confronted by a spirited demonstration by members of the LaRouche movement.

Protesters ‘Unfair’ to Cairo-Maniacs

Pew Tells How To Make Genocide Seem Acceptable

NGOs Flaunt Bid for Power at U.S. Pre-Cairo Meeting

by Carl Osgood

Another meeting to build support for Cairo ’94, this one held by the National Council on International Health.

Congressional Closeup

by Carl Osgood

National News


In our last issue (p. 60), Oliver North was incorrectly identified as a candidate for governor of Virginia. He is a candidate for the U.S. Senate.