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Volume 22, Number 19, May 5, 1995

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Natalya Vitrenko and Vladimir Marchenko  

by Rachel Douglas

Ukrainian parliamentarians and leaders of the Socialist Party, Dr. Vitrenko and Mr. Marchenko are members of the Parliament’s Committee on Economic Policy.


Unique View of Italian Renaissance Painting in Morgan Library Exhibit  

by Nora Hamerman

“The Painted Page: Italian Renaissance Book Illumination, 1450-1550,” at the J.P. Morgan Library in New York City.


Dateline Mexico  

by Hugo López Ochoa

Shock Program Takes Its Murderous Toll.

Report from Bonn  

by Rainer Apel

A Step Closer to the Truth.

Andean Report  

by Javier Almario

On the Heels of the Cali Cartel.


Irregular warfare: The Name of the Game.


IMF Demands More Powers as Financial Chaos Grows  

by William Jones

But many officials at the International Monetary Fund’s Interim Committee meeting saw Banquo’s ghost, in the form of a message from Lyndon LaRouche.

Beyond Von Hayek: Neoconservative Anarchism  

by Rainer Apel

Report from a conference of the International Institute of Austrian Economics.

Schiller Institute Group Warns Nigeria on IMF  

German Municipalities Face Breakdown  

by Lothar Komp

Currency Rates  


by Marcia Merry Baker

U.S. Food Stocks for Emergencies Are Gone.

Business Briefs  


Schiller Institute Thwarts the IMF’s Plans in Ukraine  

by Karl-Michael Vitt and Susan Welsh

The Ukrainian Parliament is the scene of high drama these days, as the Kuchma government tries to implement the International Monetary Fund’s austerity demands, and parliamentarians fight back. When the U.S. State Department and the Schiller Institute arrived on the scene at the same time, the fur really began to fly.

How the IMF’s Policies Destroy the Physical Economy of Nations  

by Dennis Small

Speech to a conference in Kiev, Ukraine.

IMF Shock Therapy Is Pushing Ukraine toward a Social Explosion  

by Rachel Douglas

An interview with Natalya Vitrenko and Vladimir Marchenko.


Great Britain Unleashes Global Irregular Warfare  

by Linda de Hoyos

French Presidential Elections Defy Calculations of Paris Nomenklatura  

by Christine Bierre

The victory of Lionel Jospin was a surprise to all, and the crisis facing the country means that business-as-usual calculations no longer hold. Jacques Cheminade, the “surprise candidate” and friend of Lyndon LaRouche, announces his plans to build a new political movement.

Kissinger Offers Brazil a Hemispheric Condominium  

by Silvia Palacios and Lorenzo Carrasco

Scandal Rocks Israel: Will Sharon Be Hit?  

by Dean Andromidas

The Unfolding of Russia’s ‘Great Criminal Revolution’  

by Roman Bessonov

Part 2 of Roman Bessonov’s analysis of Chechnya, the Russian Sicily.

‘Human Rights’ Protectors Play a Double Game  

by Roman Bessonov

Celebrate the Victory over Fascism, by Destroying Fascist Policies Today  

by Nancy Spannaus

The president of the U.S. Club of Life writes on the 50th anniversary of V-E Day.

International Intelligence  


House of Windsor Escalates War Against United States  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

To understand the dastardly terrorist act in Oklahoma City, don’t look at the “lone assassins” being paraded about in the media, but focus instead on the pattern of evidence showing who is controlling the pawns and patsies.

British Pawprints on Oklahoma Bombing  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

OSI Targets More Innocent People  

by Scott Thompson

The Justice Department’s Office of Special Investigations, having botched its campaign against John Demjanjuk, is looking for more fish to fry.

National News  

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