by Umberto Pascali
Monsignor Komarica, the Catholic bishop of Banja Luka, became famous because he refused to abandon his city when it was occupied four years ago by Greater Serbians.
by Lorenzo Carrasco
“Real Plan” Destroyed Brazil’s Banks.
by Carlos Wesley
Noriega Is Denied a New Trial.
“Mad Cow” Disease in Pennsylvania.
by Marcia Merry Baker
When Britain’s Health Minister announced the possibility of a link between the deadly disease bovine spongiform encephalopathy, and humans, all Hell broke loose, as nations acted in their own interest, banning British beef imports. The British epidemic is the result of Margaret Thatcher’s deregulation of the animal feed industry.
by Anthony K. Wikrent
by Raynald Rouleau
by Michael Liebig
Speech to the Schiller Institute conference in Slovakia.
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
An address by Lyndon LaRouche, a candidate for the Democratic Presidential nomination, to an audience in Los Angeles on March 16. “Everybody gets things backwards,” he declared. “They think it’s the people who have to deal with the politicians. No; the politicians have to deal with the people. Some fail; most of them do: because they don’t change the people.”
by Jeffrey Steinberg
The Israelis are preparing a dossier showing that London is the financial and logistical hub for Hezbollah, Islamic Jihad, and Hamas. A German newspaper reports that the Kurdish Communist Party runs its propaganda operations from Britain. Others are beginning to realize what EIR has been saying all along.
by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach
by Umberto Pascali
by Valerie Rush
Documentation: From the Colombian Army’s weekly magazine En Guardia and from the editorial of the Colombian Catholic Church weekly El Catolicismo.
by Dennis Speed
Documentation: From remarks by Minister Louis Farrakhan as he received the “1995 Newsmaker of the Year” award from the National Newspaper Publishers Association.
by Stephen Komm
by Marianna Wertz
by Scott Thompson
Cherchez la femme: Lady Lynda Chalker.
by Leo Scanlon
by Carl Osgood