by Umberto Pascali and Anna Kaczor-Wei
Poland’s first non-communist Prime Minister in 45 years (in 1989), Mr. Mazowiecki recently resigned his post as special envoy of the UN Human Rights Commission to former Yugoslavia.
Some Truth, Please.
The Schiller Institute and a delegation of the National Constitutional Conference met in Paris to discuss forming an African Civil Rights Movement and to present the “Truth about Nigeria.”
by Jacques Cheminade
by Godfrey Binaisa
by B.O. Olusanya
by Chief Chukwuemeka Odumegwu-Ojukwu
by Sen. Sharif Ali
by Chief Abiola Ogundokun
by Valerie Rush
Resistance is growing to the International Monetary Fund’s austerity regime, as demands for debt moratorium spread across the continent.
by Carlos Cota Meza
by Jeffrey Steinberg
There is more at stake in Enron’s machinations in India than a multibillion-dollar business deal. Look at developments with Dwayne Andreas’s ADM Corp. as a “marker” for what is really going on.
by Rachel Douglas
by Susan Maitra and Ramtanu Maitra
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
A sequel to “Why most Nobel Prize Economists Are Quacks,” Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. writes: “The onrushing process of collapse of the International Monetary Fund-dominated global monetary and financial system, demonstrates, among other points, that all generally accepted mathematical representations of economic processes are devastatingly incompetent. The relevant alternative is named the LaRouche-Riemann method. However, a world which has suffered so much under the policies of the U.S. Nobel Prize-winners, should not be asked to accept an alternative economic teaching on blind faith. Therefore, it is not sufficient to know that the LaRouche-Riemann method works; it is necessary to render transparent both how, and why it works.”
by Konstantin George
The British are promoting the myth that decisive military actions by NATO against Serbian forces in Bosnia would provoke a Russian counter-action. But Moscow’s threats to “intervene” in the Balkans are sheer bluff—and here’s why.
by Umberto Pascali
From the press statement issued on July 25 by the prosecutor in the UN tribunal on war crimes since 1991 in the former Yugoslavia.
by Ramtanu Maitra and Susan Maitra
by Joyce Fredman
The proposed shutdown of the White House anti-drug office is part of a Republican budget-slashing offensive that could cripple the Clinton anti-drug effort.
by Leo Scanlon
by Edward Spannaus
by William Jones
A table prepared by EIR staff and appearing in “Why Most Nobel Prize Economists Are Quacks,” by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. (EIR, July 28, p. 23), was incomprehensible, and we apologize to the author, and to readers who have been trying to make sense out of it. Our economics staff is working to produce a real “market basket” chart for the U.S. economy, which will be forthcoming fairly soon.
The article “Free-Market Reforms Have Turned Poland into a Maquiladora” (EIR, Aug. 4, p. 11) gave the wrong figure for the portion of Poland’s national income devoted to R&D; it should have read 0.5%.