by Claudio Celani
La Grande Sfida (The Great Challenge), by Benito Li Vigni.
by Robert Barwick and Allen Douglas
Queen rewrites Australian Constitution.
The passion to solve the crisis.
by Richard Freeman
Their very denial that their bankrupt financial system is careening out of control, is a measure of how close it is to vaporizing—and how much LaRouche’s solution is gaining international influence.
by Konstantin George
Typical is the report from Unicef, documenting the astronomical rise in alcoholism, drug use, glue-sniffing, and prostitution among despairing, impoverished youth.
by Rosa Tennenbaum
Contrary to the Malthusians at Worldwatch Institute, China will not only not eat up the world’s food resources, but has developed a bold plan to modernize, achieving food self-sufficiency and becoming a major food exporter.
by Marcia Merry Baker
Dr. Gurdev Singh Khush, the original developer of the 1960s “miracle rice,” speaks out on efforts to develop varieties that will increase yields by 25%.
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
Lyndon LaRouche analyzes what lies behind the schemes for expanding NATO being promoted by Caspar Weinberger, Henry Kissinger, et al. Take the case of Peru’s spectacular operation to save the hostages: Given that several NATO-member governments opposed this action in defense of national sovereignty, of what possible relevance is NATO to the real world of today? In the real world, how might U.S. strategic interests be rightly defined?
by Manuel Hidalgo
Documentation: From the eulogies for those Peruvian patriots who died in the assault, and the letter one of them wrote, before he died “for this blessed land called Peru.”
by Valerie Rush
by Gretchen Small
by Mary and Mark Burdman
Central to the groundbreaking summit between Chinese President Jiang Zemin and Russia’s Boris Yeltsin, was the creation of a “just and rational, political and economic world order,” which could bring down the curtain on Britain’s geopolitics.
by Linda de Hoyos
Documentation: London Times reports on mass murder in eastern Zaire.
by Dean Andromidas
The lie that friends of LaRouche in Sweden were implicated in the 1986 assassination of Sweden’s Olof Palme, originated with the East German secret service. Why, then, is Norway’s Gro Harlem Brundtland pushing it now?
by Christine Bierre
After adopting Thatcherite policies, Chirac faces the prospect of following in the footsteps of his neo-liberal kinsman, John Major.
by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach
Documentation: Excerpts from the Sudan Peace Agreement.
by Debra Hanania Freeman
The Senate Judiciary Committee perpetuated the cover-up of the corruption perpetrated by the permanent bureaucracy of the U.S. Department of Justice. But the heat is being put on Congress by outraged constituents, while 18 state legislators have issued a statement titled “Enough Is Enough! Clean Out Department of Justice Corruption Now!”
by Bonnie James
A distinguished former parliamentarian and former political prisoner from Jordan, Laith Shubeilat, keynotes a forum of the FDR-PAC, calling for Lyndon LaRouche’s exoneration.
by William Jones
by Mark Sonnenblick
So, you think the Chinese and Indonesians bought the 1996 elections? The ever Perfidious Albion was responsible for 79.4% of the political largesse of major foreign contributors to both parties.
by Carl Osgood