by Rainer Apel
Lafontaine’s unserious proposal.
by Allen Douglas
“Two bob each way”?
Ally with China, not London.
James Carville, ... And the Horse He Rode in on—The People v. Kenneth Starr.
by Jeffrey Steinberg
The agreements reached at the Wye Plantation have unfortunately done nothing to thwart the murderous political combination that rules in Israel right now, and whose policies will lead to war, if they are not stopped.
by Michele Steinberg
A profile of the Institute for Advanced Strategic and Political Studies (IASPS).
by Joseph Brewda
EIR’s investigation of the networks behind Pollard goes way back, including the role of the secretive “X Committee,” which got Pollard his job.
by John Hoefle
The Federal Reserve, by cutting interest rates, is signalling to all that it would stand firmly behind the banks and the derivatives bubble, no matter what the cost. The idea is to lure gullible investors back into the corporate and bond markets—junk bonds in particular.
by Marcia Merry Baker
With Russia’s grain harvest half of last year’s, there is a need for an emergency mobilization worldwide to prevent mass starvation.
by Richard Freeman
by Mark Burdman
Prime Minister Tony Blair is under fire for the devastation that is sweeping the British economy.
by Ramtanu Maitra and Susan B. Maitra
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
“How could most of the leading banks and related institutions of this planet, have been, for so many years, such pathetic suckers for such an obvious swindle as that so-called ‘derivatives’ bubble which now threatens, at almost any moment, to do to the world’s financial system what the Weimar hyperinflationary bubble did to the 1923 Reichsmark?”
by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach
Regardless of what was ceremoniously signed on Oct. 23 at the White House, peace will depend on the extent to which the terms agreed upon are implemented.
by Claudio Celani
by Cynthia R. Rush
General Pinochet’s arrest had nothing to do with what he did, or did not do, during the 17 years he presided over Chile’s military junta (1973-90).
by Linda de Hoyos
by Edward Spannaus
New areas of investigation center around Richard Mellon Scaife and Lucianne Goldberg.
by Jeffrey Steinberg
by Marianna Wertz
by Anton Chaitkin
The Madam who incited Linda Tripp to deploy Monica Lewinsky to destroy President Clinton, has long-standing ties to the London-controlled apparatus that has carried out assassinations of Presidents, among other crimes.