An old “Asia hand,” Johnson gives his analysis of the proposal by the Japanese Finance Minister to establish a $30 billion fund to protect Asia’s currencies from collapse.
The former Israeli Foreign Minister backs peace and the formalization of a Palestinian state.
by John Hoefle
Going, going ...
by Rainer Apel
Ecologism in, technology and jobs out.
by Allen Douglas
Leiblers take a hit.
The hour of the nation-state is here.
by Richard Freeman
At the end of July, equity mutual fund held assets were worth $2.81 trillion; by the end of August, some $450 billion in assets had disappeared. And yet, some 26 million households own equity in mutuals.
by Paolo Raimondi
by Rachel Douglas
More leading figures are speaking out to revive industry, by supporting innovative small firms and to adopt the dirigist initiatives of U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt.
by Rachel Douglas
An interview with Chalmers Johnson.
by Ramtanu Maitra
The country has not totally succumbed to the “free trade” mania, but neither has it taken on the larger task of fighting it.
by Marsha Freeman
The 49th annual congress of the International Astronautical Federation, held in Australia, deliberated on the future of Asian nations to join the “space race.”
by L. Wolfe and Jeffrey Steinberg
Disgusted as most people are with the media, they are spending more time accumulating “information” than ever before. We expose the puppet-masters, and their policies, behind this paradoxical mass addiction to something nearly everyone hates.
by Marcia Merry Baker, Jeffrey Steinberg, and Frank Bell
by Jeffrey Steinberg and Charles Tuttle
One of the most pervasive con-jobs to come along in decades, targets U.S. conservatives, to manipulate them in the direction London, and its cohorts in the U.S. eastern establishment, desire.
by L. Wolfe
by L. Wolfe
by Joseph Brewda
No sooner had President Clinton forced the Israeli Prime Minister to sit at the negotiating table, than an “Islamic terrorist” grenade attack gave Netanyahu the excuse to try to leave. Except that the “Islamic terrorist” was a paid informant of Israel’s Shin Bet.
An interview with Yossi Beilin.
by Linda de Hoyos
by Michael O. Billington and Gail G. Billington
Some 90% of the voters of a once war-torn nation cast their sovereign ballots and choose their prime minister. That’s not good enough for the “democracy mafia” in Congress and their unelected allies in the NGOs.
by Susan B. Maitra and Ramtanu Maitra
by Edward Spannaus
The House first has a responsibility to find out how the independent prosecutor carried out a coup against the U.S. Constitution.
by Suzanne Rose
A central feature of the “Citizens Protection Act” has been passed into law, undercutting the ability of Federal prosecutors to carry out biased and political prosecutions.
The message is ringing out from Lafayette Park, to Mexico City, to Stockholm.
by Carl Osgood