by Christine Bierre
New Relations with Morocco.
by Javier Almario
Samper On the Take.
British Fascists Out of the Closet.
by Marsha Freeman
The docking of the Space Shuttle Atlantis to the Russian Mir space station marked a milestone in scientific, economic, and diplomatic relations between the two space superpowers.
by Marcia Merry Baker
Top financial circles, recognizing that the global financial breakup could hit as early as this fall, or next year, are moving, through “smart” investments, to buy up gold and controlling interests in food production, on the estimate that super-profits are coming down the line.
by Konstantin George
The author, Konstantin George, spent the better part of July in the city of Lviv, with 1 million inhabitants, the main metropolis of western Ukraine.
by David Ramonet
by Anna Kaczor-Wei
Documentation: “Privatization Threatens Polish Independence”: a speech to the Polish Parliament by Wojciech Blasiak, from the Coalition of the Independent Poland.
by Dino de Paoli
Speech to a conference of the Schiller Institute in Halle, Germany on May 6, 1995, marking the 100th anniversary of discovery of the “paradox of the Absolute” by one of the greatest mathematicians of the past century.
by Friedrich Schiller
Translated by John Sigerson.
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
Keynote address to the Halle conference.
by Jonathan Tennenbaum
Cantor’s chief contribution to future scientific and technological revolutions is not to be sought mainly in “mathematical structures” but in the improved quality of scientific thinking, which a deep acquaintance with Cantor’s own process of discovery can bring.
by Edward Spannaus and Mark Burdman
The agreement between Clinton and Chirac has begun to reverse the years of appeasement of Serbian war crimes set into motion under Thatcher and Bush, and actively backed by former French President François Mitterrand.
by Carlos Méndez
by Jutta Dinkermann
by Haik Babookhanian
By a leader of the Union of Constitutional Rights in Armenia, a member of Yerevan’s City Council, and a newspaper editor.
by Nancy Spannaus
President Clinton vows an all-out political fight to save the program from the draconian cuts contained in the Republican budget.
by Scott Thompson
Sir Peregrine Worsthorne’s July 23 column in a London paper spills the beans on how the British oligarchy intends to replace the welfare state.
by Leo Scanlon
by Edward Spannaus
by William Jones