Volume 25, Number 38, September 25, 1998



José López Portillo  

The former President of Mexico (1976-82) speaks out about his support for Lyndon LaRouche’s call for a New Bretton Woods system.

Paul Reiter

The chief of entomology for U.S. Centers for Disease Control’s Dengue Branch in Puerto Rico discusses the dengue epidemic on the island.


Report from Bonn

by Rainer Apel

A genuine second big historic chance.


Monica Pollard?


Clinton takes the lead on new financial architecture

by William Jones

In his first policy address since his appearance before Grand Inquisitor Starr, President Clinton has asked for “a major meeting” of finance ministers and central bank heads “to recommend ways to adapt the international financial architecture to the 21st century.”

Global collapse demands a New Bretton Woods

by William Engdahl

Allais: ‘World is now one big casino’

by Maurice Allais

We urgently need a new world economic order, a New Bretton Woods  

An interview with José López Portillo.

López Portillo urges New Economic Order

From a Sept. 8 article in Mexico’s El Universal.

Dengue is not just a tropical disease

by N.C. Thompson

An epidemic is now raging throughout South America, including at least 50 municipalities in Puerto Rico, but it can easily spread to any urban area where its vector, the common Aëdes aegypti mosquito, can live and breed.

Surgeon General warns that U.S. is unprepared

Bring back DDT to save lives!

by Marjorie Mazel Hecht


The message from every continent: The New Bretton Woods, or chaos

by Harley Schlanger

Several of EIR’s intelligence analysts addressed the ICLC/Schiller Institute Labor Day conference on Sept. 6, collectively demonstrating exactly how right Lyndon LaRouche’s forecast was of a systemic global financial and economic collapse; and how equally right he was about the need for monetary and financial stability in order to rebuild a wounded world, via great infrastructure projects.

We include the reports to the conference from John Hoefle (Economics), Linda de Hoyos (Africa), Dennis Small and Maximiliano Londoño (Ibero-America), Gail G. Billington (Asia), and Rachel Douglas (Russia).

The system has passed the point of no return

by John Hoefle

Africa gives a glimpse at your own future

by Linda de Hoyos

Brazil is likely to be the next ‘big one’

by Dennis Small

Londoño denounces British plot to dismember Colombia

Give the children back their dreams!

by Gail G. Billington

Russia: Dark Age, or recovery as Eurasia’s keystone economy

by Rachel Douglas


British-controlled Taliban threaten regional war

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

Russia, Iran, and the United States must coordinate efforts immediately to prevent Afghanistan, one of the cross-roads for a Eurasian transportation infrastructure, from engulfing Central Asia and beyond in war.

NED ‘democrats’ are pushing Cambodia toward a new disaster

by Michael O. Billington and Gail G. Billington

If the National Endowment for Democracy’s operations were shut down, the elections winner, Hun Sen, and the NED-backed opposition could form a government, and get to the business of building a nation—in peace.

Sudan ambassador calls for Congressional probe

by Linda de Hoyos

Evidence to justify the U.S. bombing of the Al-Shifa plant in Sudan is evaporating.

‘Third Way’ fuels U.S., British ‘convergence’

by Mark Burdman

Tony Blair is trying to suck the United States into a the old Anglo-American “special relationship,” under cover of an alliance between his Labour Party and the “New Democrats.”

Clinton forces British to outlaw terrorism against foreign nations

by Scott Thompson

Britain’s control over Nepal strengthens

by Ramtanu Maitra

Geopolitical control of this tiny Himalayan kingdom has the potential for destabilization of any, or all, of its half-dozen neighbors.

International Intelligence


Backlash grows vs. Starr’s assault on the Presidency

by Nancy Spannaus

Outside the “Beltway Bedlam,” Americans are furious at the pornographic assault on their President, evident by the growing number of signators on the ad hoc Call to Save the American Presidency.

Character tells: Senator Moynihan plays Marat

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

“Experience shows,” writes Lyndon LaRouche, “once again, that any politician or news media creature, who frequently slanders and libels Lyndon LaRouche, was going to show his colors as no friend of the President, sooner or later.” 69

National News

Congressional Closeup

by Carl Osgood