by Karl-Michael Vitt and Hovhanes Galajian
The leader of Armenia’s National Democratic Union and unified former opposition candidate in the Sept. 22 Presidential elections, discusses the vote fraud that left his country with a “semi-dictatorial regime, with a democratic shell.”
by Lothar Komp
Die Globalisierungsfalle (The Globalization Trap) by Hans-Peter Martin and Harald Schumann.
by William Engdahl
From a dossier by our Wiesbaden, Germany bureau, titled “A Profile of Mega-Speculator George Soros.” Beneath the thin veneer of philanthropy, Soros has been called the master of “hit-and-run capitalism.”
by Scott Thompson
by Scott Thompson
Case studies of Brazil, Argentina, Mexico, and Peru.
A Crisis of the Institutions.
by Carlos Cota Meza
Mexico’s President is said to be “retaking a nationalist path,” and as a result, financial warfare against him is escalating.
by David Ramonet
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
by Marcia Merry Baker and Anthony K. Wikrent
Children and adults with mental disabilities are being denied care under these “managed abuse” plans.
by Roman Bessonov
Part 4 of Roman Bessonov’s series, “The Anti-Utopia in Power,” shows how the indigenist, separatist, and environmentalist seeds of breakup of the former U.S.S.R. were planted by Gorbachov’s “new thinking,” and are being nurtured today by the friends of George Bush and Margaret Thatcher, including the U.S. National Endowment for Democracy and its affiliated “quangos.”
Follow the money-trail of the National Endowment for Democracy.
by Rachel Douglas
Yeltsin’s firing of Lebed reminded Russians that they didn’t elect a President last summer, but a continuing time of strife, as the International Monetary Fund turns the screws tighter on the ravaged economy.
by Rosa Tennenbaum
by Claudio Celani
by Gen. J.A. Graf von Kielmansegg (ret.)
By the former chief of NATO’s Northern Command of Europe.
by Gretchen Small
The second Defense Ministerial of the Americas was a failure, as U.S. Secretary of Defense William Perry adopted bankrupt policies inherited from the Bush Administration: destroying nations, under the slogans of “peace” and “democracy.”
by Cynthia R. Rush
The program of Argentina’s President Domingo Faustino Sarmiento in the 19th Century was a forerunner of today’s efforts to demilitarize Ibero-America.
by Edward Spannaus
Frantic efforts by the Los Angeles Times and Washington Post to cover for drug super-kingpin George Bush are falling apart, as Senate hearings begin into the Contra crack-running operations headed by Bush and his “gopher” Oliver North.
by Suzanne Rose and Edward Spannaus
by Marianna Wertz and Richard Freeman
Including the National Association of Manufacturers’ resolution to “piratize” the system.