by Rainer Apel
Deconstruction of Construction Sector.
by Manuel Hidalgo
Coca Economy Flags in Peru.
Death Be Not Proud.
by Mary Jane Freeman
The impotent performance of American congressmen in the just-concluded hearings into the massacre at the Branch Davidian compound in Waco, Texas, was, unfortunately, no surprise to EIR.
Documentation: Judge Aldisert warned of FBI tactics; Michael Raymond: profile of an FBI “stingman;” American leaders targeted; Justice Department hit men.
by Richard Freeman
Prompted by the recognition that a general, unstoppable collapse of the world’s financial systems is in progress, the smart money of the super-wealthy families is moving out of “derivatives,” and into gold bullion, prime-quality raw materials, and scarce food supplies.
by Lothar Komp
The budget-austerity policy of Germany’s Finance Minister, the decline in municipal capital investment, and the ever-shriller calls for privatization of the water supply systems are leading toward an eastern European-style breakdown in western Europe’s richest nation.
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
Proposes to remedy a pervasive, sometimes dangerously smug illiteracy, on the subject of Russia today, among most leading U.S.A. economists, think-tanks, and relevant other policy-influencing persons and institutions.
by Academician Dmitri Semyonovich Lvov
The frank outline of Russia’s recent and current economic situation, prepared under the Central Economic-Mathematical Institute’s Vice-Director, should be most helpful to relevant public and private persons and agencies in the Americas and western Europe.
by Michael Liebig and Dean Andromidas
Report on the military and political situation in Croatia and Bosnia-Hercegovina, after their visit to Bihac and the liberated zones of Croatia in the Dalmatian hinterland.
by Tom Gillesberg and Feride Istogu Gillesberg
by Cynthia R. Rush
A country-by-country report on the state of the plot against the Ibero-American Armed Forces.
by Gretchen Small
by Silvia Palacios
by Carlos Méndez
by Jeffrey Steinberg
While Congress evades its oversight responsibilities, a White House-mandated housecleaning is under way at the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
by Edward Spannaus
by Nora Hamerman
Fall 1995 exhibits in New York will involve the public in a candid dialogue about some of the most vexing issues for museums.
In the cover photo caption and the article on p. 31 last week, it was stated that former President Carlos Andrés Perez of Venezuela was “convicted and later jailed.” He was accused of corruption and illegal use of government funds, and sufficient evidence was found to indict and jail him. He currently remains under house arrest.