Dr. O’Brien is a meteorologist and physical oceanographer who directs the Center for Ocean-Atmospheric Prediction Studies (COAPS) at Florida State University in Tallahassee.
by Allen Douglas
Trade and the dollar plunge.
by Susan B. Maitra and Ramtanu Maitra
The rupee continues to lose ground.
by Rainer Apel
Accelerate the start of the maglev era.
A matter of national security.
by Jonathan Tennenbaum
As the world’s largest developing nation and virtually the only economy in the world which has continued to grow in real, physical terms, China’s participation in the potential constellation of forces necessary to push forward an emergency reorganization of the world financial system, along the lines of Lyndon LaRouche’s “New Bretton Woods” policy, is decisive to the success of that endeavor. Jonathan Tennenbaum reviews China’s economy since World War II, including the reform and rapid development of the last 20 years.
by William Engdahl
The currencies and economies of nations throughout Asia have begun a new descent. “Principles of how to manage and resolve a crisis of this sort were not known in advance and, indeed, are still under discussion,” says the BIS. Documentation: Comments on the crisis.
An interview with Dr. James O’Brien.
by Jeffrey Steinberg
The British establishment is screaming that LaRouche is “accusing the Queen of ordering the assassination of Diana, Princess of Wales.” And, they’ve made a strategic blunder in trotting out Ambrose Evans-Pritchard, an avowed British intelligence stringer who spent from 1992-97 orchestrating a slander campaign against President Clinton.
by Edward Spannaus
Evans-Pritchard’s role in the British establishment’s campaign to destroy the U.S. Presidency.
by Scott Thompson
by Edward Spannaus and Scott Thompson
by Helga Zepp-LaRouche
The Clinton administration has stopped taking into active consideration the reorganization of the world financial system which Lyndon LaRouche has proposed. Unless that changes, and the President faces the reality of the systemic financial crisis, there is no real basis for him to define a new U.S. policy toward China.
by Joseph Brewda
Fighting between Isaias Afwerki’s Eritrea and Meles Zenawi’s Ethiopia is the latest setback hitting Ugandan strongman Yoweri Museveni’s British-backed plans of establishing a Tutsi empire.
by Umberto Pascali
NATO is preparing to act against Serbian dictator Slobodan Milosevic’s genocide much sooner than it did in Bosnia, but the lack of commitment to economic development remains the biggest obstacle to peace in the region.
by Silvia Palacios and Lorenzo Carrasco
Some among the elites are calling for a break with the Foreign Ministry’s subservience to British policies.
by Marsha Freeman and Leo Scanlon
The Congress has gone wild, imposing sanctions against other nations at the drop of a hat. At last, resistance is beginning to be mounted against this insane policy, which is against U.S. national interests.
by Linda Everett
The Attorney General will not let the Drug Enforcement Administration take action against Oregon doctors who prescribe lethal doses of drugs to allegedly terminal patients.
by Carl Osgood