Volume 25, Number 47, November 27, 1998




Bloodbath for the hedge funds.

Report from Bonn

by Rainer Apel

Paradoxes of Germany’s Russia policy.

Australia Dossier

by Allen Douglas

Cartels attack national sovereignty.


The lessons of Hurricane Mitch.


Gore bombs at APEC, as new economic order is on agenda

by Mary Burdman

While Al Gore gave a speech described by a ranking Malaysian official as “the most disgusting speech I’ve heard in my life,” China’s President Jiang Zemin and Malaysian Prime Minister Dr. Mahathir bin Mohamad took a statesmanlike approach, calling for reining in speculative “hot money” and globalization.

Documentation: Jiang Zemin’s address to APEC, and reactions to Gore.

Al Gore suffers foot-in-mouth disease

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

A comment by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Neme Salum says, Clinton must bring in LaRouche

Officials, businessmen protest Gore’s outrage

Russian editor’s views on publishing LaRouche

by Rachel Douglas

In a discussion in Moscow with Schiller Institute members, Aleksandr Chekalin, editor of the weekly Ekonomicheskaya Gazeta, emphasized the importance of innovators—which is why he likes Lyndon LaRouche.

Food supplies fall short in 35 countries

by Marcia Merry Baker

The dimensions of the agriculture crises and widespread food shortages document that we face a systemic crisis in national economies, not some perverse coincidence of “natural” disasters.

Business Briefs

Strategic Studies

Is western Europe doomed?  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

“Only the doomed of western civilization still believe that this is an ‘Asia crisis.’ The question thus posed to China now, is whether its prospective economic partner, the United States, itself, will disintegrate as a nation, and partners in western Europe and Japan, too: all as a result of the now inevitable collapse of the present world financial system.”


Blair hawks Gulf war to destroy Clinton Presidency

by Jeffrey Steinberg

For the fourth time in twelve months, the British and their Israeli cohorts failed to lure President Clinton into the “Iraqi monkey trap.” But Tony Blair is still at it.

How the British Israelites sprang the Iraq trap on Clinton

by Michele Steinberg

A chronology.

More Netanyahu games in the Middle East

by Joseph Brewda

Museveni in Congo and Sudan: Booty pays for the war

by Linda de Hoyos

Tony Blair: Britain’s universal fascist

by Mark Burdman

A modern-day version of Ramsay MacDonald, Blair worships the Rolling Stones’ Mick Jagger and is out to destroy the Clinton Presidency—with the smile of the Cheshire Cat.

Venezuela: British promote Chávez for Presidency

by David Ramonet

Schiller Institute team visits Poland

Pope John Paul II’s new encyclical

by Elisabeth Hellenbroich

Faith and Reason: the two wings lifting the human soul toward consideration of truth.

International Intelligence


Starr fails to make a case for Clinton’s impeachment

by Jeffrey Steinberg

The Independent Inquisitor’s testimony before the House Judiciary Committee was so disgusting, that even his own ethics adviser has quit.

Controversy still swirls around McDade-Murtha bill to curb DOJ abuse

by Edward Spannaus

The Citizens Protection Act of 1998 will subject Federal prosecutors to the same laws and ethical rules of conduct as any other lawyer, and the permanent bureaucracy in the Justice Department is still using every nasty trick in the book to try to stop it from being implemented.