Volume 23, Number 6, February 2, 1996



Pawel Soroka

by Anna Kaczor-Wei

The coordinator of the Kwiatkowski Polish Industrial Lobby (PLP) insists that scientific progress is needed to save Poland’s industry.

Deebi Nwido

The former personal assistant to Ken Saro-wiwa, admits to “trust” in British royal family.

Dr. Pedro Rosello González

by Iván Gutiérrez del Arroyo

The Governor of Puerto Rico defends his faith in the war on drugs.

Gen. Jorge Arzola

by Iván Gutiérrez del Arroyo

He is the military official in San Juan in charge of the anti-drug radar for the U.S. Department of Defense.

Félix Jiménez

by Iván Gutiérrez del Arroyo

He is the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) agent in charge of the Caribbean region.

Sen. Theo Walker Mitchell

by Marianna Wertz

A former state senator in South Carolina, attorney Mitchell was the first (and last) African-American to serve as chairman of a Senate committee there since 1870.

Strategic Studies

Puerto Rico Takes On Bigger Role in the War on Drugs

by Iván Gutiérrez del Arroyo

A new radar installation coming to the island will make life a lot harder for the South American illegal drug cartels and the bankers’ drug legalization lobby—and predictably, a violent campaign has arisen against it.

The War on Drugs Can Be Won in the Americas, Says Puerto Rico Governor

by Iván Gutiérrez del Arroyo

Radar System in Puerto Rico Will Boost Anti-Drug Capabilities

by Iván Gutiérrez del Arroyo

If Properly Informed, the People of Puerto Rico Will Support the Radar

by Iván Gutiérrez del Arroyo


Report from Bonn

by Rainer Apel

Debt and Taxes Are Killing the Cities.

Dateline Mexico

by Gerardo Castilleja and Hugo López Ochoa

EZLN Denounced as Foreign Mercenaries.


Blunders Worsen Russian Crisis.


New York Fed Is In Bed with Safra and the Russian Mafia

by Jeffrey Steinberg

At least hundreds of millions of dollars are being funnelled from the New York Federal Reserve Bank through Safra’s Republic National Bank to pump prime the Russian equivalent of Meyer Lansky’s National Crime Syndicate.

Brits Grab S. America Finances, Properties

by Carlos Méndez

The IMF Makes Venezuela Bleed

by David Ramonet

Bosnian Patriots Outline Program for National Reconstruction

Eugeniusz Kwiatkowski: A Polish FDR

by Hanna Warnke

Kwiatkowski (1888-1974) was responsible for the economic policies of the Polish government for several years between the two world wars. Like Franklin Roosevelt, he thought that government must take responsibility for building basic infrastructure and guaranteeing conditions that would foster the development of every individual.

A Study of Inflation in China

by Yang Fan

A guest commentary by Yang Fan, of the Economic Research Institute of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Beijing.

Currency Rates

Business Briefs


Unbalanced Minds Cannot Balance the U.S. Budget

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

On Jan. 15, in Arlington, Virginia, Democratic Presidential candidate Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. addressed 250 supporters at a Martin Luther King Day event. The address was excerpted for a half-hour national television campaign broadcast on ABC-TV on Jan. 27. Here is the full text.


Another Dope, Inc. Stooge Falls in Colombia

by Andrea Olivieri

A Jan. 22 decision by the former campaign manager for Colombian President Ernesto Samper Pizano, to “come clean” and finger his boss as “deeply involved” in taking drug money, is probably the final nail in Samper’s political coffin.

Taiwan Elections: Resistance Mounts to British Efforts To Split China

by Leni Rubinstein and Michael Billington

British Crown Fosters Canadian Separatism

by Raynald Rouleau

Spain’s Thatcherites Stand To Gain as Wave of ETA Terror Is Unleashed

by Katharine Kanter

Nigeria: ‘Body Shop’: Cosmetics, or Royal Intelligence Cover?

by R. Chamberlain

Documentation: Deebi Nwido, the former personal assistant to Ken Saro-wiwa, admits to “trust” in British royal family.

‘Mitterrand Disease’ Infects the French Political Elites

by Christine Bierre

International Intelligence


LaRouche Campaign Brings Reality to 1996 Election

by Mel Klenetsky

Activists Call for ‘Covenant of Good Will’ To Stop ‘Contract on America’

On Jan. 19, civil rights leader Dr. Benjamin Chavis, former Congressman John Dow, and Presidential candidate Lyndon LaRouche spoke at a Washington press conference calling for the formation of a coalition to stop Newt Gingrich’s budget austerity plans.

Gingrich Holds ‘Wake’ for Conservative Revolution

by Jeffrey Steinberg

This year’s Progress and Freedom Foundation conference was not exactly triumphant.

State Dept. Officials Back Russian ‘Reform’

National News