The American statesman, who has traveled to Russia twice in the past year for high-level meetings, says Russia is heading for an explosion. Radio interviews with him on Sept 13 and Sept. 20 are excerpted here.
by Marsha Freeman
Federal and state proposals to deregulate the electric utility industry could make power unreliable and more expensive.
by Rainer Apel
No Peace Without Economic Stability.
by Carlos Méndez
Wall Street Journal Promotes PAN.
by Carlos Méndez and Sara Madueño
Fujimori Defies the Catholic Church.
A Climate of Disease.
by Marcia Merry Baker
The severe global shortages of basic food staples come not from just one year’s “bad weather,” but from decades of non-development of needed economic infrastructure and from neglect of the family farm sector.
by William Engdahl
Behind the façade of unity at the EU’s recent Mallorca summit, the four-year-old scheme to merge national currencies for economies as diverse as Germany and Italy, has begun to unravel.
by Valerie Rush
Joint Anglo-Argentine oil ventures in the Malvinas and a knuckle-dragging tour of Brazil by Henry Kissinger.
by Vigen Akopyan
by John Hoefle
A Truth Crazier Than Fiction.
We present the transcript of a new videotape based on a series of extraordinary public hearings convened on Aug. 31 and Sept. 1 in Vienna, Virginia, to investigate allegations of gross misconduct by the United States Department of Justice. The hearings were chaired by former U.S. congressman from South Carolina James Mann and Alabama civil rights attorney J.L. Chestnut. Testimony was heard on four principal case areas of U.S. Department of Justice abuse: the systematic hounding from office of African-American officials; the judicial persecution of Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. and his associates; the frameup of John Demjanjuk by the Office of Special Investigations; and the OSI’s campaign to smear former Austrian President Kurt Waldheim as a Nazi war criminal.
by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach
Arafat got the best he could—but key issues, such as future Palestinian sovereignty, and, above all, the provision of fresh water for the region, remain in limbo.
by Umberto Pascali
by Javier Almario
by Ramtanu Maitra and Susan Maitra
A surprise turn in the investigation came when Chandraswamy, a jet-setter connected to British intelligence, was publicly implicated.
by Rachel Douglas
The report of a special Parliamentary Commission of the State Duma: brutal in its indictment of the Russian Executive branch, sweeping in its attribution to overseas “anti-Russian forces” of backing for Chechen separatism.
by Linda Everett
Opponents of the most sweeping Medicare cuts in history were forced to hold hearings on the Capitol steps, as Gingrich and Company vow to slash $270 billion in order to “save” the Medicare Trust Fund.
by Mel Klenetsky
LaRouche, whose campaign has filed for federal matching funds, comments on Colin Powell, the budget fight in Congress, and his own role in shaping the Democratic Party discussion around policy issues.
by Scott Thompson
George Bush, Mikhail Gorbachov, and Margaret Thatcher are combining with New Age kooks for a series of fall forums to chart the 21st century.
by William Jones and Carl Osgood
Due to an editing lapse, the volume number in the last issue of EIR was mistakenly printed as Vol. 29, No. 39. We are, of course, still in Vol. 22.
For a correction on a graph printed in issue No. 37, please see page 8.