Volume 22, Number 13, March 24, 1995



André Kostolany

by Lothar Komp

A Munich-based stock exchange expert comments on the derivatives crisis.


Report from Rio

by Lorenzo Carrasco

Currency Devaluation Panics the Markets.

Andean Report

by Miguel Angel Piedra

A New Border War?


The March That Changed History.


Bankers Fiddle, While London Burns

by Richard Freeman

Desperate and foolish central bankers are trying to claim that the breakdown of the world financial system is due to the failure of the U.S. Congress to pass the Balanced Budget Amendment.

Mexican Businessmen Rebel against IMF Shock Package

by Rubén Cota Meza

LaRouche Interviewed in Monterrey Newspaper

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Currency Rates

Munich Speculator Hits Casino Economy

by Lothar Komp

An interview with André Kostolany.

Business Briefs

Special Report

London Sets the Stage for a New Triple Entente

by Webster G. Tarpley

Patriotic world leaders owe it to their countries’ future to understand what the Triple Entente was the first time around, before they consent to London’s offer of a repeat performance.

King Edward VII: Evil Demiurge of the Triple Entente and World War I

by Webster G. Tarpley

“Uncle Bertie” really started World War I—not the Germans.

France 1870-1914: The Defeat of Hanotaux and the Coming of the Entente Cordiale with London

by Dana S. Scanlon

The ‘Commonwealth Party’ of France

by Dana S. Scanlon

Develop Africa with Science, Technology

by Gabriel Hanotaux

London’s Murder of McKinley Sets Up U.S-.U.K. Special Relationship, War

by Anton Chaitkin

Russia 1861-1915: A Continental League for Eurasian Development

by William Jones

Count Sergei Witte’s grand design for continental development was thwarted by the British.

Great Britain’s ‘Open Door Policy’

How the British Crown Created the Balkan Powderkeg

by Joseph Brewda

There is a long and sordid history behind the British backing for Serbia today.

How the British Ran the Sarajevo Murder

by Joseph Brewda

The War Guilt Clause of the Versailles Treaty

by Webster G. Tarpley

Sir Edward Grey Turned Sarajevo Crisis into War

by Webster G. Tarpley


Brits Chew the Rug Again, Lament Anglo-American ‘Rift’

by Edward Spannaus

The British press is proclaiming the end of the “special relationship,” but the reason is not really President Clinton’s decision to grant a visa to Sinn Fein President Gerry Adams.

Major Shaky after Barings Bankruptcy

by Mark Burdman

The British Prime Minister survived a vote of confidence in Parliament by only five votes, and voters are fed up with the Conservative Party’s bankrupt policies.

Sri Lankan Peace Enters Crucial Phase

by Ramtanu Maitra and Susan Maitra

Neither the Tamil Tigers nor President Kumaratunga has shown any intent to concede on major issues in the peace talks, yet neither side is eager to give up the road to peace unilaterally.

UN Copenhagen Summit Opens 50th Anniversary with a Dismal Failure

by Poul Rasmussen

International Intelligence


Elected Officials Call for LaRouche’s Exoneration

by Marianna Wertz

Five hundred government and elected officials from every continent in the world have endorsed a call for the exoneration of Lyndon LaRouche, published as an ad in the Washington Post.

Congressional Closeup

by William Jones

National News