by Jeffrey Steinberg
Dossier: The Secret History of Armand Hammer, by Edward Jay Epstein.
by Rainer Apel
Berlin—from boom to doom?
by Allen Douglas
Kennett gives sleaze a bad name.
The media are protecting George Bush.
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. replies to an inquiry regarding Stephen Hawking’s 1988 book, A Brief History of Time. “Is the celebrated Professor Hawking competent on the subject of the place of time within physics?” LaRouche asks. “No. Are his views worth reading? Does a good police detective consider gruesome evidence bearing on a homicide worth studying?”
by Hussein al-Nadeem
Last year’s inauguration of a critical Iran-Turkmenistan rail link, heralded the first summit of the new Economic Cooperation Organization. These predominantly Muslim nations continue to move forward with a program for economic reconstruction and development.
by L. Wolfe
The first U.S. private toll road in nearly two centuries, is going nowhere, and fast.
by Marsha Freeman
The U.S. National Academy of Sciences sponsored a symposium on “National Science and Technology Strategies in a Global Context.”
by Paul B. Gallagher
This predator is sucking the blood from the U.S. hospital system.
by Marcia Merry Baker
by Colin Lowry
Cartel companies are tightening their grip over food production, by perversely obtaining patents on genetically modified plants.
by Valerie Rush and Dennis Small
The meeting of the two Presidents reaffirmed exactly the community of principle between sovereign nation-states, that the British and their co-thinkers in Washington had hoped to shatter.
by Carlos Cota Meza
From Tlaxcala, founded in the early 16th century, to the monument to the Child Heroes of 1847.
by Cynthia R. Rush and Gretchen Small
The Inter-American Dialogue bankers’ lobby has issued two new reports, blueprints for turning the OAS into a regional dictatorship.
by Silvia Palacios
A founding member of the Inter-American Dialogue, Cardoso has walked in lock-step with its directives, including allying with the continental narco-terrorists in the São Paulo Forum.
by Linda de Hoyos
With the arrival of Zairean mercenary Laurent Kabila in Kinshasa, Zaire, now the Democratic Republic of the Congo, the forces of the Privy Council to the British monarchy completed phase one of their seizure of central Africa for the British Commonwealth.
by Richard Freeman
In the tradition of Hjalmar Schacht’s backing for Adolf Hitler, top financiers from the British Commonwealth met in Lubumbashi on May 9 to open the cashboxes for Kabila’s takeover of mineral-rich Zaire.
by Dean Andromidas
by Marianna Wertz
Nearly 2 million people are moving from welfare to workfare, and advocates of the Conservative Revolution are demanding that they be paid below the minimum wage. The Labor Department rejects that, and adds that they should receive all the protections of the Fair Labor Standards Act.
by Edward Spannaus
by Carl Osgood