by Rainer Apel
Economic Liberalism Means Disaster.
Our Forgotten Christian Brothers.
Nobel Committee Disgraces Itself Yet Again.
by Marcia Merry Baker
When the Food and Agriculture Organization met in Quebec to mark its 50th anniversary, the topic was global food security, which has worsened for the past 30 years and is reaching strategically dangerous proportions now in Russia.
by Michael Billington
Documentation: Li Peng Reports on the Ninth Five-Year Plan.
by Lonnie Wolfe
As the first such road in two centuries opens in Virginia, L. Wolfe explains the thievery behind these “public-private partnerships.”
by Christopher White
Be it within the seven years of Gingrich, Gramm, and Kasich, and their “Contract on America,” or the ten years envisioned by President Clinton’s budget bureaucracy, the grail of balance will never be achieved.
by John Hoefle
by Richard Freeman
Had the U.S. birth rates of 1945-59 been maintained, instead of the zero growth post-industrialism, our Social Security and Medicare trust funds would be more than solvent.
by Marcia Merry Baker and Marianna Wertz
by Umberto Pascali
The so-called Pale regime, led by war criminals Radovan Karadzic and Ratko Mladic, is escalating its atrocities, including against Serbs, as it tries desperately to cling to power.
Documentation: From Foreign Minister Mohamed Sacirbey’s press conference at the National Press Club in Washington on Oct. 10.
by Leonardo Servadio
by Mary Burdman
by Christine Bierre
by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach
Prof. Annemarie Schimmel was awarded the annual peace prize of the German Book Trade Association, despite a vicious campaign against her by the advocates of “political correctness.”
by Jeffrey Steinberg
Last year Minister Louis Farrakhan, the head of the Nation of Islam, called for 1 million black men to come to Washington, D.C. for a national “Day of Atonement.” When it came to pass on Oct. 16, a new phase of national history was marked.
by William J. Clinton
From his Oct. 16 speech in Austin, Texas.
by Minister Louis Farrakhan
Excerpts from the two and a half-hour speech to the Oct. 16 march.
by Webster G. Tarpley
by William Jones and Carl Osgood