Volume 22, Number 28, July 7, 1995



Chief C.O. Ojukwu

Chief Ojukwu, a delegate to Nigeria’s National Constitutional Conference, formerly the military leader of the 1967 Biafra War, was interviewed in London on June 11 on the “national compromise” achieved in drafting the new Constitution.

Bjorn Eriksson

The president of the International Criminal Police Organization (Interpol).

Richard D. Schwein

Special Agent in Charge, FBI San Juan, Richard D. Schwein, who handled “Operation Golden Trash.”


Kevorkian’s Victims Needed Medical Science, Not Suicide

by Linda Everett

Medical science does have new treatments for the conditions that Kevorkian’s victims suffered from, but we can’t use them if we let the latter-day “body snatchers” deprive us of our reason.

What’s Available in Pain Management

by Linda Everett

The Passy-Muir Valve

The Great Potential of Artificial Bone

by Linda Everett


Northern Flank

by Tore Fredin

Bildt Aids the British in the Balkans.


Fifty Years Too Many.


Worldwide Revolt Grows against IMF Austerity

by Linda de Hoyos

From Ukraine, to Russia, to Argentina, and from Pakistan to Nigeria, more and more leaders recognize that the internal economic crisis they suffer is not their country’s fault; and some are openly consulting with Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. about the way out.

‘Life After the Death of the IMF’ Seminar Held in Guadalajara

by Valerie Rush

Documentation: The conference manifesto, “Try the IMF for Crimes against Humanity!” and “Free Us from Insanity of Free Trade,” an address to the meeting by Jaime Miranda Peláez.

Argentina: Debt Moratorium Call Causes Furor

by Cynthia R. Rush and Gerardo Terán Canal

Brazil: Virtual Stability, Real Disaster

by Lorenzo Carrasco

Nigeria’s Policy Debate Rages at Home and Abroad

by Uwe Friesecke

British Fan Trade War Against Japan, Clinton

by Kathy Wolfe

A Proposal To Make Armenia into Eurasia’s Economic Crossroads

by Rouben Yegorian and Marina Hovhanissian

Currency Rates

Business Briefs


LaRouche’s Ninth Economic Forecast, One Year Later

by Christopher White

At the recent Halifax economic summit, the assumption was that there is no systemic economic and financial crisis, but rather episodic problems, whose periodic eruptions can be dealt with by administrative means. EIR’s analysis of the ratcheting-up of the debt obligations since 1956, versus the decline of the productive labor force in the United States, shows that this is not the case.


Terror Attack Fails To Silence Zapatista Foes

by Carlos Wesley

Documentation: Excerpts from the speech by Alí Cancino Herrera, who toured Europe with fellow Mexican Congressman Walter León Montoya to expose the EZLN fraud.

British Intelligence Footprints on Mubarak Assassination Attempt

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

Fujimori Provokes London’s Ire

by Sara Madueño

Sovereignty Is the Crux of Russia’s Political Crisis

by Rachel Douglas

Documentation: From Sergei Glazyev’s speech during the parliamentary debate before the vote of no confidence in the Russian government on June 21.

Will Major Survive the Sinking Tory Titanic?

by Mark Burdman

Italy at the Crossroads

by Claudio Celani

Concluding a series.

International Intelligence


British Elites Jump on Wilson Bandwagon

by Jeffrey Steinberg and Kathleen Klenetsky

The trashing of Phil Gramm has created an early vacuum in the ranks of GOP Presidential campaign front-runners, and Robert Dole is no favorite of the London boys. So...

School Privatization ‘Experiments’ Fail

by Charles Tuttle

Local Budget Crises Spell Harsh Austerity

by Mel Klenetsky

Money Laundering Becomes Higher Priority in War against Drugs

by Joyce Fredman

How DOJ Official Mark Richard Won the CIA’s ‘Coverup Award’

by Edward Spannaus

The Dirty Role of Ted Greenberg

Congressional Closeup

by William Jones and Carl Osgood

National News