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Volume 25, Number 34, August 28, 1998

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David Hall  

David Hall leads the Tennessee Valley Authority’s work with China.

Lawal Idris  

A businessman from Kaduna, Nigeria looks to his nation’s future, at a time when the leadership is in transition.


Report from Bonn  

by Rainer Apel

A long overdue debate on sovereignty.

Australia Dossier  

by Robert Barwick

“Tax reform” will wreck the economy.


Time to end free trade.

Strategic Studies

Behind the bombing at the U.S. Embassy in Kenya: What will happen, if...?  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. evaluates the current array of strategic options confronting President Clinton. The terrorist action against the U.S. Embassy in Nairobi, he writes, must be assessed, “not as an FBI parody of some ‘Sherlock Holmes’ whodunit, but in historic terms of reference.”


Russia re-regulates finances; can it revive production?  

by Rachel Douglas

Moscow’s emergency program carries some promise, that at this late hour a concert of governments might act to save nations and their people, instead of killing both in a futile attempt to save the bubble.

A timely LaRouche forecast published in Russia  

Hong Kong uses power of the state to hit speculators  

by Mary Burdman

The commitment of China’s leadership to the national economic security of their country, gave the government of China’s Hong Kong Special Administrative Region the ability to strike a blow against speculators.

Economic recession deepens in India  

by Ramtanu Maitra

TVA model is being applied to flood control in China  

An interview with David Hall.

U.S. farm crisis shatters ‘market’ myths; emergency measures required  

by Marcia Merry Baker

Documentation: Testimony from farmers from five states at hearings held by Senate Democratic leaders on the farm crisis.

The railroad and the space program  

by Marsha Freeman

The construction of the U.S. railroads in the 19th century was an “Apollo project,” fostering the development of the nation.

Business Briefs  


Zepp-LaRouche urges Brazil to dump IMF globalization  

by Silvia Palacios

Helga Zepp-LaRouche, during her third visit to Brazil since 1989, called on the nation to become a leader in the mobilization to reorganize the world financial system, through an alliance of sovereign nation-states.

Zepp-LaRouche speaks with Brazilian press  

As the financial crisis hits, humanity is all ‘in one boat’  

by Helga Zepp-LaRouche

A speech by Helga Zepp-LaRouche to the Brazilian Institute for Economic Freedom and Social Development.

‘The world must organize itself’  

by José Carlos Graça Wagner

A speech by Dr. José Carlos Graça Wagner, president of the Brazilian Institute for Economic Freedom and Social Development, welcoming Helga Zepp-LaRouche.


London set terror-trap for President Clinton  

by Linda de Hoyos

The decision to bomb Sudan was a catastrophic diversion for the President, orchestrated by British and Israeli sources.

LaRouche gives preliminary assessment of U.S. strikes  

Terrorism: Britain’s geopolitical tool  

by Mary Jane Freeman and Dean Andromidas

Look to the strategic dimensions of the bombing attack in Northern Ireland on Aug. 15, just three weeks before President Clinton is scheduled to arrive there.

Nigeria’s Abubakar tells nation: ‘Let us all move forward’  

by Lawrence K. Freeman

In a nationally televised address, Nigerian head of state Gen. A.A. Abubakar announced that the military will hand the government over to an elected President on May 29, 1999.

Nigeria requires a national identity  

An interview with Lawal Idris.

How Peru is defeating narco-terrorism  

by Luis Vásquez

A speech by EIR’s Lima correspondent Luis Vásquez, at a Bogotá seminar on “The Peace Processes in Peru and in Colombia.”

International Intelligence  


Kenneth Starr’s hidden conflict of interest  

by Edward Spannaus

The independent inquisitor’s objective is not uncovering crime, but to bring down the President. He has utilized one pretext after another since 1994.

Town hall meetings build coalition to end DOJ tyranny  

by Marianna Wertz

The Schiller Institute is organizing a growing coalition to end injustice. As Debra Freeman, national spokeswoman for Lyndon LaRouche, told an audience in Maryland, “What the Department of Justice represents is the chief enforcement arm of the financial establishment and their Nazi-economics/slave-labor policies.”

Houston meet: Revive Non-Aligned Movement  

by Harley Schlanger

National News  

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