The general director of the Ordzhonikidze Moscow Machine-Tool Factory Share Society, Panov was subjected to an assassination attempt for his efforts to defend his industrial enterprise from the mafia and the de-industrializers.
Nigeria’s Agriculture Minister explains what’s wrong with the International Monetary Fund’s policy toward his country, and how the transitional military government plans to revive production.
A member of Nigeria’s newly formed National Economic Intelligence Committee, Dr. Aluko underlines the importance for a developing economy of building basic infrastructure.
Nigeria’s Minister of Industry describes the government’s priorities for overcoming the crisis and working toward real democracy-not a “democracy” imposed from outside, which will plunge the country into chaos.
by Rachel Douglas
While the flea-market western economists like Harvard’s Jeffrey Sachs cheer “good riddance!” to the closing of bankrupt industrial firms, many Russians are ringing the alarm bells.
An interview with Anatoli Panov.
by Anatoli Panov
by Carol White
James B. Conant, Harvard to Hiroshima and the Making of the Nuclear Age, by James G. Hershberg; and “How Bertrand Russell Became an Evil Man,” in Fidelio, by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
by Torbjörn Jerlerup
Anti-Environmentalist “Backlash” Grows.
by Bruce Jacobs
Kooks Push Genocide in Cairo.
How To Save Africa.
by David Ramonet
Total war has been declared against the criminals who have been sucking the life-blood out of the economy.
by Marcia Merry, Donald MacNay, M.D., and the EIR Economics Staff
Raising the debate around a universal health-care policy to a higher conceptual level: EIR’s first salvo in a major campaign.
Documentation: What the 1946 Hill-Burton Act said.
by Scott Thompson
by Lawrence Freeman and Uwe Friesecke
Report on a visit to the Nigerian capital of Abuja, and their meetings with leaders in and around the government.
An interview with Adamo Ciroma.
An interview with Dr. Sam Aluko.
An interview with Al-Haji Bamanga Tukur.
by Dean Andromidas
Historic meetings on the border between the two countries show the potential for a viable peace, but the enemies of the accord are gearing up provocations from all sides.
by Cynthia R. Rush and Carlos Méndez
by Claudio Celani
Father Giovanni Garbolino has an extraordinary story to tell about Cardinal Karol Wojtyla, Edwin “Buzz” Aldrin, and the Apollo 11 landing on the Moon.
by Silvia Palacios
Brazil’s official document for the Cairo ’94 depopulation meeting in September reads as though it could have been written by Henry Kissinger.
by Edward Spannaus
The official end of the Anglo-American “special relationship” has the British fighting mad—and their Hollinger Corp. press empire is churning out reams of yellow journalism against the President.
Documentation: How the European press covered President Clinton’s shift against Britain, toward Germany.
by Kathleen Klenetsky
by William Jones and Carl Osgood