by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach
The ambassador of the Republic of Yemen in Germany evaluates the situation his country faces, both domestically and internationally, following the civil war.
by Rainer Apel
Geopolitical Games with Plutonium.
by José Restrepo
Communist Senator Is Assassinated.
by Silvia Palacios and Lorenzo Carrasco
The Smoke of Satan.
We Need Nation-State Economics.
by Carol Hugunin
Meeting in Yokohama, Japan, researchers and public health workers have a grim story to tell. Will governments wise up and change policy, before it’s too late?
by Michael Billington
by Ramtanu Maitra and Susan Maitra
India’s first-ever report on population policy does not pose a direct challenge to malthusianism, but even so, some powerful vested interests from the depopulation lobby are up in arms.
by Lydia Cherry
Documentation: From Cardinal Jaime Sin’s homily in Manila, to a crowd of a million or more people protesting against the UN’s upcoming International Conference on Population and Development.
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
by Kathy Wolfe and Cho Wen-pin
Simply rejecting British free-trade doctrines will not avert an economic breakdown in the People’s Republic of China; a new approach is urgently required. This study, commissioned by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr., demonstrates the scientific method of physical economy to which economic thinkers in China, and throughout Asia, must now turn.
by Kathy Wolfe
The United States will help provide Pyongyang with 2,000 megawatts of light water nuclear reactors, according to the historic agreement signed in Geneva.
by Cynthia R. Rush
The bombing of the Argentine-Israelite Mutual Association in Buenos Aires has become the pretext for a campaign of psychological warfare.
Documentation: From a statement by Capt. Gustavo Breide Obeid.
by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach
by Raynald Rouleau
What’s at stake in the Sept. 12 provincial elections.
by Paul Goldstein
by Jeffrey Steinberg
Dismissing Samuel Huntington’s thesis that we are heading for decades of confrontation between the West and a “Confucian-Islamic” monolith, Administration officials are trying to chart their own policy course.
by Harley Schlanger
by Mel Klenetsky
by William Jones and Carl Osgood
Due to a transcription error, in the interview with Dr. Mario Maldonado which appeared in EIR No. 33, p. 8, the name of the President of Guatemala is given as Jorge Serrano Elías. The actual President, was identified by Dr. Maldonado, as Ramiro León Carpio, who replaced Serrano in 1993. We apologize for any confusion that may have resulted from this mistake.