Volume 23, Number 18, April 26, 1996



Munir Bashir

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

The world’s greatest living player of the oud—the stringed instrument which is a precursor to the lute—was interviewed at his home in Baghdad, Iraq. In 1993, he was awarded the Cultural Communication between North and South Award.


Report from Bonn

by Rainer Apel

Selling Labor for a Risky Dividend.

Dateline Mexico

by Rubén Cota Meza and José Carlos Méndez

Zedillo Finally Admits Food Shortage.


Five Emergency Measures.


‘Shareholder Value’ Doctrine Is Killing European Jobs

by William Engdahl

Daimler-Benz announced the company’s worst annual results ever, and the stock market reacted with euphoria. Why?

Currency Rates

Brazil’s Cardoso Risks All To Keep ‘Stability’ Myth Afloat

by Geraldo Luis Zaraiva Lino

Documentation: The Swiss UBP bank launches a desperate attack against EIR.

Argentina: Convertibility Plan Is Virtual Reality

by Gerardo Terán Canal

Business Briefs


The ADL Is a Right-Wing, Racist Hate-Group

by Jeffrey Steinberg

The martyrdom of Israel’s Rabin stripped away the façade from certain neo-conservative, U.S.-based organizations, which had claimed to be the official political conscience of world Jewry.

A Bunch of Bush-Babies

by Jeffrey Steinberg

The ADL’s Showdown with Yitzhak Rabin

by Joseph Brewda

Commentary Magazine: Shock Troops for World Government

by Harley Schlanger

The ADL-FBI Racist Conspiracy against America

by Dennis Speed

Racist ADL Hits African-Americans

by Joseph Brewda

ADL Provocateurs At Work: Inciting Nazi Rallies

ADL ‘Civil Rights’ Fraud

ADL Caught in Spy Scandal of the Decade

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Peddlers of Hate against LaRouche

by Bruce Director

How Tavistock Helped the ADL Make the Jews ‘Victims’

by L. Wolfe

Chronology: The ADL Faction in American History

by Anton Chaitkin


British Dirty Hand behind Israel-Hezbollah Conflict

by Dean Andromidas

The deadly flaw in U.S. policy is seeking to deal with Syria as an “honest broker.”

Documentation: LaRouche on Israel’s bombing of Lebanon.

LaRouche: State Dept. Covers Up British Crimes

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

British Nobility Leaps to Defense of Colombia’s Narco-President Samper

by Valerie Rush

Primakov Comes Calling, Offers New Vistas in Indo-Russian Relations

by Susan Maitra and Ramtanu Maitra

‘If We Want Peace, We Must Have Love of Mankind, Morality, and Music’

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

Interview with Munir Bashir.

PKK Violence Makes Germany a Theater for Surrogate Warfare

by George Gregory

The violent operations of the London-backed Kurdish Workers Party (PKK) are properly viewed as classical irregular or low-intensity warfare.

Will the Anti-Defamation League’s Terror Apparat Finally Be Crushed?

by Mark Burdman

EIR’s “Sharon Report” ten years later.

Moscowitz and Eskin Today

The Case of Edmond Safra

International Intelligence


DNC Could Lose Clinton Reelection, LaRouche Warns

by Mel Klenetsky

Despite a media blackout that could have been run by Goebbels himself, the results his campaign has received in primaries to date suggest that Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. has a base of support of at least 10% within the Democratic Party.

Senator Kennedy Introduces ‘Corporation A’ Tax Code

Rehnquist’s States’ Rights Are Based on Common Law

by Edward Spannaus

The Supreme Court’s March 27 ruling, in Seminole Tribe of Florida v. Florida, involved whether the Seminole tribe could sue the state of Florida to enforce the 1988 Indian Gaming Regulatory Act.

Queen’s Privy Council Sends Blair to U.S.A. To Boost ‘GOP Democrats’

by Scott Thompson

Tony Blair, a queer sort of “labor” leader.

National News