Volume 22, Number 6, February 3, 1995



Paul Ogwuma

by Uwe Friesecke and Lawrence Freeman

The governor of the Nigerian central bank discusses the Abacha government’s efforts to stabilize the country’s financial situation.

Amelia Boynton Robinson

by Marianna Wertz

For nearly six decades, Mrs. Robinson has been a leader in the civil rights movement. It was she who invited Dr. Martin Luther King to Selma, Alabama in 1965, to register blacks to vote. Today she is vice chairman of the Schiller Institute.

Howard Cullum

Mr. Cullum was Virginia Secretary of Health and Human Resources under former Gov. L. Douglas Wilder, and also served as Virginia’s Mental Health Commissioner. He is currently a consultant in the health and disability field.

Wilmer Parker

by Joyce Fredman and Jeffrey Steinberg

The chief of the Drug Division of the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Atlanta, Georgia, Mr. Parker is a specialist in prosecuting international drug money-laundering organizations.

Strategic Studies

LaRouche Option Weighed in Ibero-American Debt Crisis

by Cynthia R. Rush

Argentina: Next on the Chopping Block?

by Cynthia R. Rush

Brazil: The Illusion of Being Different

by Lorenzo Carrasco

‘Exchange Controls Saved Venezuela’

Caldera vs. the IMF

Peru’s 33 Years of Regression

by Luis Vásquez Medina


On the Green Front

by Rogelio A. Maduro

A Fishy Tale.

Dateline Mexico

by Carlos Méndez

Civil Resistance in Tabasco.

Northern Flank

by Ulf Sandmark

Boutros “Hitler” Ghali Visits Sweden.


Pity the Poor Panda.


Figaro Is Singing a Different Tune

by Christopher White

Echoes of Lyndon LaRouche’s “Ninth Forecast,” on the coming disintegration of the world financial markets, are coming from the banks of the river Seine.

Nigerian Government Announces 1995 Budget: No ‘U-Turn’

by Uwe Friesecke

IMF Is Pressuring Nigeria, Says Central Bank Head

by Lawrence Freeman and Uwe Friesecke

An interview with Paul Ogwuma.

Currency Rates

Business Briefs


The Unfinished Mission of Martin Luther King

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Lyndon LaRouche addresses the Schiller Institute’s Martin Luther King Conference in Washington.

We Have To Pass the Torch on to the Next Generation

by Marianna Wertz

An interview with Amelia Boynton Robinson.

Frederick Douglass: ‘Knowledge Unfits a Child to Be a Slave’

by Denise Henderson

Presents one of the leading figures of the civil rights movement in the 19th century.

Douglass: Education Will Subvert the Slave System

by Frederick Douglass


Balkan War on Verge of Shift as Sir Michael Rose Departs

by Michael Liebig

The long-anticipated departure of the British Unprofor Commander will likely usher in a new phase in the war in Bosnia-Hercegovina.

No End in Sight to War or Economic Collapse in Russia

by Rachel Douglas and Konstantin George

N. Ireland MPs Hold Peace Process Hostage

by Mary Jane Freeman

French Presidential Elections: A Candidacy against the Nomenklatura

by Jacques Cheminade

A pre-candidate for the New Solidarity Federation in the French Presidential elections analyzes the current political scene and explains why he is running for office.

German Club of Life Demands: Euthanasia, Never Again!

by Jutta Dinkermann

Perry Visits Asian Subcontinent To Help Ease Tensions

by Ramtanu Maitra and Susan Maitra

International Intelligence


The State of the Union: Clinton Caught in the Middle

Beware of trying to draw any particular conclusions from the President’s speech, about what the next 12-18 months of the Clinton Administration will look like.

No Quick Fix In Sight for the CIA

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Virginians Are Not Thinking Through the Budget Cuts

An interview with Howard Cullum.

Prosecutor Takes Aim at Higher Levels of Drug Money Laundering

by Joyce Fredman and Jeffrey Steinberg

An interview with Wilmer Parker.

Congressional Closeup

by William Jones

National News



In our issue of Jan. 20, we reported (p. 12) that an interview with Lyndon LaRouche had been published in the final 1994 issue of the Chinese journal Strategy and Management. The article was not actually an interview, although published in question-and-answer format. Rather, as the introduction stated; rather, it was a report of the author’s impressions of his discussions with LaRouche.