Volume 21, Number 49, December 9, 1994



Abdelhamid Brahimi

Professor Dr. Abdelhamid Brahimi is a former Prime Minister of Algeria (1984-88). He is now director general of the Maghreb Center for Islamic Studies in London.


Report from Bonn

by Rainer Apel

When Will Germany Finally Grow Up?

Report from Rio

by Silvia Palacios

A New “Special Relationship”?

Books Received


Buy, Buy, Buy.


Permindex Ties Revealed to JFK Murder, 1001 Club

by Joseph Brewda and Jeffrey Steinberg

Presents explosive new evidence of a conspiracy to kill President Kennedy. The case hangs around the role of New Orleans businessman Clay Shaw and his relationship to British intelligence operative Louis Mortimer Bloomfield.

Book Reviews

Al D’Amato and the True Evil of the Conservative Revolution

by Doug Mallouk

Senator Pothole: The Unauthorized Biography of Al D’Amato, by Leonard Lurie.


Essen Summit To Give Go-Ahead to Infrastructure Projects

by William Engdahl

European heads of state will deliberate on 14 priority projects, the core of a development program for the continent.

Currency Rates

LaRouches Initiate International Fight for Economic Development

by William Jones

The first in a series of worldwide conferences under the rubric, “Development Is the New Name for Peace.”

India’s Reforms Bring No Relief, as Rao Looks to ‘Grim’ Election

by Ramtanu Maitra and Susan Maitra

China’s Prime Minister Warns of New World Financial Crash

by Mary Burdman

Business Briefs


Asian Nations Must Go Nuclear for the 21st Century

by Ramtanu Maitra

Without nuclear energy, Asia cannot avert an economic breakdown crisis, as more and more governments in the region are beginning to realize. The Clinton Administration’s breakthrough agreement with North Korea on this issue shows the way to go.

Nuplexes: Technology for the 21st Century

by Ramtanu Maitra

The idea of having a nuclear power plant be the center of an agro-industrial complex has been on the drawing boards for decades, but now it should be implemented.

Asia’s Potential for Nuclear Power: Where Things Stand Today

by Ramtanu Maitra and Susan Maitra

A country-by-country survey.


London Urges Partition of Bosnia-Hercegovina

by Michael Liebig

With the Serbian attack on Bihac, the strategy of the British-steered Triple Entente has reached a decisive phase.

New Role for the ‘Northern Route,’ as EU Gets Three More Members

by Ulf Sandmark

Samper Leads Colombia into Surrender to Narcoterrorists

by Javier Almario

Colombian Leaders Outline Way to Peace

by Maximiliano Londoño and Javier Almario

A television broadcast by two leaders of the Ibero-American Solidarity Movement.

DEA Says Free-Market Reforms Led to Drug Takeover of Colombia’s Economy

Excerpts from an explosive report by the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration.

Prince Philip’s Mob Begins New Offensive

by Mark Burdman

Pope: ‘Science Must Serve Human Life’

by Paolo Raimondi

The Road to Dialogue, Peace, and Democracy in Algeria

An interview with Abdelhamid Brahimi.

International Intelligence


President Clinton Counters British Policy Offensive

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Great Britain’s outrageous behavior in Bosnia is showing signs of triggering an outcry against “Perfidious Albion” on both sides of the congressional aisle.

‘Through the Years’ Project Under Way in Washington, D.C.

A performance of selections from Amelia Boynton Robinson’s play about the journey from slavery to freedom, inaugurates the Schiller Institute’s “Exhibit A,” a project to revive literacy and Classical culture in the nation’s capital.

National News