Volume 25, Number 7, February 13, 1998



Dr. Arnauld Nicogossian

Dr. Nicogossian, NASA Associate Administrator for Life and Microgravity Sciences and Applications, and the space agency’s Chief Medical Officer, discusses the John Glenn mission.


Dateline Mexico

by Carlos Cota Meza

A new devaluation is in the works.

Australia Dossier

by Allen Douglas and Robert Barwick

War on the docks.


What do you expect from the Whore of Babylon?

Strategic Studies

‘Do it, George ... er, Bill!’  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. warns President Clinton that, if he were to continue to be duped by Britain’s Prime Minister Tony Blair into launching an attack upon Iraq, “the global chain-reaction would soon create the conditions under which a new, successful impeachment drive could be launched against a globally self-isolated Clinton.”

War policy vs. Iraq has a British author

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

Netanyahu’s nuclear blackmail of the U.S.

by Joseph Brewda

Documentation: Responses from the Mideast.

Clinton could rapidly lose nearly all Eurasia  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. comments on the leading parameters of the effects of an Iraq-bombing policy throughout Eurasia.

Documentation: Responses from Eurasia.

The delusion called ‘triangulation’  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. analyzes the potentially fatal axiomatic flaw underlying the Clinton administration’s opportunistic adoption of Britain’s demand that Iraq be bombed again.


Backroom brawls on financial crisis mark Davos meeting

by William Engdahl

Behind the façade of claims that “the worst is past,” battles were raging behind closed doors, on what to do about the shock waves radiating out of Asia. William Engdahl reports from the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.

Rubin: ‘New architecture’ needed for financial system

AFL-CIO hits brutal effect of IMF austerity

Recent speeches by AFL-CIO President John J. Sweeney, and a resolution by the federation’s Executive Council.

EIR tells U.S. Congress: LaRouche is the expert on financial crisis

Testimony to the House Banking Committee.

No pause in Russia’s financial crisis: How long will monetarism survive?

by Rachel Douglas

NASA studies the parallels between space flight and aging

An interview with Dr. Arnauld Nicogossian.

Business Briefs


CIA report may revive Bush crack cocaine scandal

by Edward Spannaus

The CIA Inspector General’s report concludes—to nobody’s great surprise—that there was no connection between the CIA and Contra-related drug trafficking in California. But, the documentation presented in the report includes important evidence pointing implicitly to the networks EIR has exposed: the “secret government” of George Bush.

IG report confirms Contra-cocaine links

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Excerpts from the report by CIA Inspector General Frederick P. Hitz.

Bush League targets the black community

by Dennis Speed


LaRouche’s Land-Bridge policy is debated in Prague seminar

by Rainer Apel

Helga Zepp-LaRouche outlined the potential of the Eurasian Land-Bridge for economic recovery, at a seminar hosted by the Czech Management Association.

Was Princess Diana’s Mercedes sabotaged?

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Social justice is the foundation for lasting peace in Africa

Speeches by Jerôme Ndiho of the National Council for the Defense of Democracy, Burundi’s leading opposition group, and Jean Gahururu of the Assembly for the Return of Rwandan Refugees, to a Schiller Institute conference in Germany.

Mitterrand networks hit, in raid on Dumas

by Monique Tavernier

International Intelligence


‘Porn-again’ Starr on prowl for scandals vs. President

by Edward Spannaus

Starr has become a veritable “peeping Tom,” hauling witness after witness before the grand jury, to tell him who can see what, in and around the Oval Office. Some people are beginning to get fed up with his behavior.

National News