by Christopher White
Introduces a panel on the economic crisis at the semi-annual conference of the Schiller Institute and International Caucus of Labor Committees. Analyzing the market basket of household and producer goods of the U.S. economy in 1967, when the economy was still operating at a profit, he shows how the current crisis we face is systemic, and cannot be repaired by administrative measures.
by Anthony Wikrent
Analyzes how the post-industrial policy of the past 30 years has radically altered the relationship of money and finance to the real economy.
by John Hoefle
Documents the rising financial claims against the physical economy, claims which have to be paid by a diminishing number of productive workers.
by Richard Freeman
Reports how the international financial oligarchy is grabbing up physical assets, shifting out of the speculative bubble—a sure sign that the bubble is about to pop.
by Marcia Merry Baker
Documents the decline of food production worldwide, which is creating the conditions for widespread shortages—the result of the deliberate policies of the food cartels.
He is a professor at Sarajevo University, ambassador to London of the Republic of Bosnia-Hercegovina, and a member of the Presidency of the Republic of Bosnia-Hercegovina.
Professor Kluic is a member of the Presidency of Bosnia-Hercegovina and head of the Republican Party of Bosnia. He is a Catholic of Croatian origin.
A member of the Presidency of the Republic of Bosnia-Hercegovina, president of the Parliament of the Republic, and a member of the executive, Social Democratic Party of Bosnia-Hercegovina, Mr. Lazovic is Serbian Orthodox.
General Diviak of the Army of Bosnia-Hercegovina is Serbian Orthodox.
He is Professor of International Law at the University of Illinois at Champaign.
A Pact with the Devil.
by Konstantin George
if a reversal of economic policies is not effected soon, the danger of Russia sinking into chaos becomes quite real. One sign of hope: On Sept. 4, the opposition group known as the Congress of Russian Communities inaugurated its electoral campaign by presenting its top five candidates.
by Roman Bessonov
Explains the relationships between the August bank crisis in Russia and the election campaign.
by Cynthia R. Rush
Harvard-trained Finance Minister Cavallo, the architect of Argentina’s “convertibility plan,” the radical free-market austerity program imposed in 1991, is rumored to be about to resign.
by Helmut Böttiger
The ecology multinational had to eat crow over its “Operation Brent Spar” disinformation campaign. But it is going full tilt with the London-dictated terror campaign against French President Jacques Chirac.
by Katharine Kanter
EIR interviewed several prominent Bosnians, including members of the Presidency between Aug. 31 and Sept. 4 in Germany.
by William Jones
“It is a violation of human rights when women are denied the right to plan their own families, and that includes being forced to have abortions or being sterilized against their will,” Mrs. Clinton said at the UN Fourth Conference on Women.
by Debra Hanania Freeman
Independent hearings held Aug. 31-Sept. 1 near Washington heard evidence on three topics: the harassment of African-American elected and public officials; the conduct of the Justice Department’s Office of Special Investigations, particularly the cases of John Demjanjuk and Kurt Waldheim; and the case of Lyndon LaRouche.
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
The ICLC-Schiller Institute semiannual conference gathered some 1,200 activists under the banner, “1995-1996, Year of Decision.”
by Linda Everett
Because the Medicare and Medicaid programs are so central to the country’s hospital and health care financing structure, no one will escape the Contract with America’s knife. An exposé.