A longtime leader of the Ugandan Peoples Congress details the political repression, malign neglect, and economic devastation that President Museveni has wrought.
by Allen Douglas
High Court outlaws free speech.
Defeat Britain’s “invisible empire.”
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. responds to a “provocative commentary” in Nature magazine by Russian physicist and former Science Minister Boris G. Saltykov. LaRouche situates the crisis in Russian science, within the context of the global economic collapse. Without understanding what makes a healthy economy “tick,” no sensible approach to science policy can be discovered.
by Rachel Douglas
by Edward Spannaus
International arms dealer Jamshid Hashemi, who now fears for his life, has begun to disclose evidence on operations by Henry Kissinger against Lyndon LaRouche, dating from the 1979-80 Iran hostage crisis.
by Marcia Merry Baker
The “crashmeisters” are preparing for the worst and hoping for the best; instead, they should listen to LaRouche.
by Anna Kaczor Wei
What caused the death and damage was the flooding; what caused the flooding, was the neo-liberal shock therapy.
by Linda de Hoyos
Linda de Hoyos shows how the brutal dictatorship of Yoweri Museveni is Britain’s strategic policy: today, Africa; tomorrow, the world.
Hailed as a model success story by London’s Financial Times and Economist, Uganda has been driven to such poverty that premature infants are “incubated” over charcoal fires.
A sampling from some of the international figures endorsing Dr. Museveni’s cure-all elixir.
Museveni’s mouth condemns him, including his famous remark: “Hitler was a smart guy.”
The British cooked this witches’ brew.
After the parliament on July 10 voted to officially make Uganda a one-party state, U.S. Ambassador Michael Southwick observed that the act sought to “consolidate power in the hands of one group indefinitely.”
An interview with Charles Atwoki Kagenda.
The bloody trail, from the time Museveni picked up a gun in 1980, to his seizure of power in 1986, to the rigging of his election last year.
The president of the Democratic Party of Uganda proposes a negotiated settlement to the 11-year-long war in the north.
From a research paper by the Ugandan Peoples Congress.
by G. Lukongwa Binaisa
By Godfrey Binaisa, the former President of Uganda and founder of the African Civil Rights Movement.
by Mary Burdman
Over the first half of this year, there has been a growing movement in Southeastern Asia, torn by both war and financial warfare, to expand that tier of the Eurasian Land-Bridge.
by Gail G. Billington
An eyewitness account from the Second National Congress of the Katapat in the Philippines.
by Jeffrey Steinberg
In forum after forum, administration spokesmen are reviving the state-to-state collaborative effort begun by the late Commerce Secretary Ron Brown.
by Marianna Wertz
by Carl Osgood
The Republican baby boomers are going out, not with a bang, but a whimper.
by Carl Osgood