by Rainer Apel
On the Doorstep of a “Maglev Century.”
LaRouche’s Ninth Forecast.
by Scott Thompson
The British royal family meets at Balmoral Castle to try to patch together “reforms” that will allow the monarchy to survive into the next millennium.
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
In this article, first published on Jan. 14, 1982, Lyndon LaRouche advised Queen Elizabeth on how she should have brought up Prince Charles.
by Denise Henderson
People in the Far North may have to be evacuated for lack of food and fuel, while soldiers throughout Russia are reduced to begging, in a crisis fraught with global strategic implications.
by Christine Bierre
by Cynthia R. Rush
The hedonistic calculus of Jeremy Bentham and Gary Becker is at work in Argentina.
by Valerie Rush
by Marcia Merry Baker
by Anthony K. Wikrent
Expert testimony by Laura Gasparis Vonfrolio, editor of Revolution—The Journal of Nurse Empowerment.
by Jacques Cheminade
In his speech at a Schiller Institute symposium in Oberwesel, Germany, the former French Presidential candidate gives the historical background of the new Franco-British Entente Cordiale: “It was Napoleon who burned the French state to ashes, and his degenerate brothers and descendants, his famiglia, who sold whatever they had to the British. If you want to understand the process of the Entente Cordiale, you have to understand the rise and fall of Napoleon. If you don’t get angry about what happened, about what went wrong, in the past, you are not going to intervene into the present.”
by Umberto Pascali
In a crude electoral ploy, Newt Gingrich is accusing the Clinton Administration of allowing a “takeover” of Bosnia by “Iranian fundamentalists.”
Documentation: From the speech by Bosnia-Herzegovina President Alija Izetbegovic to the United Nations General Assembly on Sept. 25.
by Hovhannes Galajian
An eyewitness account.
by Roman Bessonov
Part 3 of Roman Bessonov’s series on “The Anti-Utopia in Power” in Russia.
by Ronald Kokinda
Despite the efforts of many to clamp the lid down, elected officials and many others are demanding an investigation of George Bush’s role as the super-kingpin who steered the cocaine Contras.
by Steve Komm
Radio advertisements purchased by the Congressional candidate have her opponent, GOPAC Chairman John Shadegg, quaking in his boots—and ducking his speaking engagements.
by Anton Chaitkin
Massachusetts Gov. William Weld, who is running for the U.S. Senate, has some skeletons in his closet.
In last week’s report on Sudan (pp. 58-71), Arkansas legislator Ben McGee was incorrectly identified. He is the Assistant Speaker Pro Tem of the Arkansas State Legislature.