by Linda de Hoyos
The former President of Uganda describes the Presidential electoral contest between the incumbent, Yoweri Museveni, and his rival Paul Ssemogerere.
by Nora Hamerman
A current exhibition at the Library of Congress displays artifacts of Germany’s contributions to world culture, from Albrecht Dürer in the Renaissance; to Leibniz and Bach in the 18th-century Augustan Age; to Schiller, Schumann, and Brahms in the 19th century.
by Silvia Palacios
The MST’s “Long March.”
Not Another Oil Hoax.
by Rachel Douglas
The American economist and Presidential candidate was the main speaker at a round-table discussion sponsored by the Institute for Social and Political Studies (ISPI) of the Russian Academy of Sciences, the Free Economic Society of Russia, and the Schiller Institute for Science and Culture of Moscow.
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
by Susan Welsh
The Committee to Save the Children in Bosnia-Hercegovina reported back from a week-long tour of Bosnia and Croatia, warning that unless the financial obstacles to reconstruction are removed, a new world war could be sparked in the Balkans.
A selection of press coverage of the delegation’s visit.
by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach
On April 26, the UN Security Council rammed through a resolution, imposing diplomatic and political sanctions on Sudan. Although the vote signals a serious escalation in the crusade against the strategically key nation, it falls short of the expectations of the crusaders.
by Maximiliano Londoño Penilla
by Claudio Celani
Documentation: Who Is Romano Prodi?
by Cynthia R. Rush
by Linda de Hoyos
by William Jones
The trips of Shimon Peres and Yasser Arafat to the White House, proved again how crucial the Clinton Administration’s role is.
by Carl Osgood