by Ramtanu Maitra
Nepal-Bangladesh transit—a new chapter.
by Rainer Apel
A “virtual” Social Democracy.
High stakes at the U.S.-China summit.
by Richard Freeman
The knives were out at the annual meeting of the IMF and World Bank, held in Hongkong. Lyndon LaRouche, who has a 25-year history of opposition to the IMF’s destruction of nations, emerged publicly at the center of the policy fight.
Documentation: International press coverage of LaRouche’s role.
by Scott Thompson
by Dr. Mahathir Bin Mohamad
The speech by Malaysian Prime Minister Dr. Mahathir Bin Mohamad at the IMF-World Bank meeting.
by George Soros
From George Soros’s speech at the IMF meeting.
By Our Manila Correspondents.
by Ulf Sandmark
by Marsha Freeman
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
“Presently, the entirety of this planet is gripped by a great financial, monetary, and economic crisis,” Lyndon LaRouche said, in a speech delivered on his behalf in Guadalajara, Mexico. “In today’s economic policy, the only important question is: Can, and will some leading governments put the old, bankrupt financial and monetary systems into government- supervised reorganization? Can, and will this be done, in time to prevent a world-wide repetition of the kind of ‘New Dark Age’ which Europe suffered during the Fourteenth Century?”
by Valerie Rush
Lyndon LaRouche’s enemies are undoubtedly kicking themselves for their mishandling of his planned visit to Mexico. Although unable to travel to Mexico, LaRouche has taken the country by storm.
by Linda de Hoyos
by Hussein Nadeem
by Jeffrey Steinberg
by Linda de Hoyos
The government of Sudan and the Sudanese Peoples Liberation Army signed a joint communique´ on Sept. 22, announcing negotiations to take place in Kenya.
by Marianna Wertz
Vowing to take back the U.S. Congress in 1998 for a pro-labor agenda, the AFL-CIO met in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on Sept. 22-25. It’s clear that the Democrats are hoping that the reenergized labor movement, under John Sweeney’s leadership, can deliver on that pledge.
LaRouche Democrat Jim Harwood is the Democratic nominee for mayor.
by Edward Spannaus
Attorney General Janet Reno has opened an initial investigation into fundraising by President Clinton, which could ultimately result in the appointment of a second special prosecutor against him.
by Nina Ogden
by Carl Osgood