Volume 25, Number 5, January 30, 1998



Georg Christoph Biller

Professor Biller has been the Cantor of the St. Thomas Boys Choir in Leipzig, Germany since 1992. The choir has existed continuously since 1212. Johann Sebastian Bach occupied the post of Cantor at the St. Thomas School from 1723 until his death in 1750, and to the present day, the choir has a special devotion to Bach’s choral works.


Report from Bonn

by Rainer Apel

State intervention for new jobs.

From New Delhi

by Ramtanu Maitra

Bangladesh sets the ball rolling.


No to hyperinflation.


Bankers yearn for ‘just one success’ in Asia

by William Engdahl

The Indonesian currency is dropping like a stone; Hong Kong is braced for a new speculative attack; South Korea’s negotiations with its creditor banks are at an impasse; and Japan’s enormous bailout package has solved nothing. Documentation: Excerpts from a speech by U.S. Treasury Secretary Robert Rubin, at Georgetown University; and, an interchange between Rubin and Bill Jones of the Schiller Institute.

French unemployed fight for justice

by Christine Bierre

The government of Lionel Jospin is bailing out the banks, but has no funds for the unemployed.

Business Briefs


Building world leadership in a time of crisis

by Nancy Spannaus

At the Martin Luther King, Jr. Day conference of the Schiller Institute and the International Caucus of Labor Committees, Lyndon LaRouche laid down the challenge of leadership in the current international crisis.

How the top one percent of American citizens think  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Lyndon LaRouche’s keynote address to the conference. “If you think things are scary now, come back in about four weeks from now, and then tell me how scary it’s become.”

Financial aggregates: the derivatives explosion

Hyperinflation in Weimar Germany

Helga Zepp-LaRouche challenges U.S., China to defeat the British

A speech to the Schiller Institute conference on the theme, “The Contribution of the United States and China to the 21st Century; How Does the World Treat Its Prophets?”


New evidence backs EIR’s charge: Diana was murdered

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Two European forensic experts have come forward with new, damning evidence, buttressing EIR’s charges that the death of Princess Diana was the result of a vehicular homicide.

Britain’s Baroness Cox is losing the battle, and the war, against Sudan

by Hussein Al Nadeem

Sudan is scoring a new victory against the British oligarchy, its former colonial power, and the colonialists’ modern surrogates: Uganda, Ethiopia, and Eritrea.

Who sold this dying horse to Albright?

Arabs rally against British terrorism

by Joseph Brewda

Netanyahu’s antics threaten Armageddon

by Joseph Brewda

Britain’s Defence Systems Limited expelled from Angola

New hot-spots threaten another Balkan war

by Konstantin George

The three new flashpoints are the Albanian-inhabited region of Kosova, the rump Yugoslavia republic of Montenegro, and the Republic of Macedonia.

International Intelligence


Bush gang suspected in new assault on Presidency  

by Edward Spannaus and Jeffrey Steinberg

The vicious new assault against President Clinton is centered around Linda Tripp, a holdover from the George Bush administration. The British “get Clinton” crowd is rubbing its hands with glee.

Leipzig Thomanerchor will sing in Washington

An interview with Prof. Georg Christoph Biller.

National News