Volume 26, Number 2, January 8, 1999


Science & Technology

The Moon: Where it came from, how we will colonize it

by Marsha Freeman

An interview with Dr. Alan Binder.


Nicholas E. Hollis

Mr. Hollis is president of the Agribusiness Council, a non-profit association which aims to project the best of American agribusiness into the international arena.

Dr. Alan Binder

Dr. Binder discusses the continuing puzzle of where the Moon came from, and the discoveries that will make it more easily habitable.


Australia Dossier

by Allen Douglas

Disarming national sovereignty.


The threat of nuclear war.

Strategic Studies

Lazare Carnot: the excellence of leadership in times of crisis

by Elisabeth Hellenbroich

At a meeting of the Schiller Institute in Bad Schwalbach, Germany on Nov. 21, 1998, Elisabeth Hellenbroich introduces a panel on the great French scientist, mathematician, military leader, and political figure.

How Carnot became a lieutenant general in the Prussian Army

by Andreas Ranke

Carnot and his times

Carnot’s theory of technology: the basis for the science of physical economy

by Dino de Paoli

‘A citizen of all places, and a contemporary of all times’

by Jacques Cheminade


Oil price collapse puts Mexico in existential crisis

by Carlos Cota Meza

As is typically the case, specialized publications around the world have failed to report what is actually going on.

The global financial crisis reaches the Texas ‘oil patch’

by Brian Lantz

The disastrous situation demonstrates the failure of “globalism” and British free-market economics.

U.S. Ex-Im Bank sets up shop in Beijing

by William Jones

When will Washington stop shooting itself in the foot, and join the effort to build the Eurasian Land-Bridge?

ADM’s price-fixing spotlights need for nation-serving agribusiness

by Marcia Merry Baker

Jennings Randolph: in the FDR tradition

ADM’s history of corruption

Peru’s banking crisis: just the beginning

by Manuel Hidalgo


by John Hoefle

Bashing the CFTC.


Al Gore and Adolf Hitler  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

“As the writer Plutarch would have described it, there is an ominous parallel between the presently attempted coup d’état against President Clinton, and the way in which the government of Germany’s Chancellor Kurt von Schleicher was overthrown, on January 28, 1933, by Hjalmar Schacht and London-backed forces inside the German parliament, to hustle Adolf Hitler into power.”

Lautenbach’s program for German recovery

by Michael Liebig

Iraq crisis placed Gore center-stage

by Michele Steinberg

How Britain and Israel set up the Iraq trap

by Joseph Brewda

A dossier on the British and Israeli agents and assets who propelled the United States into its disastrous war against Iraq, in order to destroy the U.S. Presidency.


The Russia-China-India triangle moves forward

by Jonathan Tennenbaum

Russian Prime Minister Yevgeni Primakov’s visit to New Delhi marks a strategic milestone toward the Eurasian Land-Bridge, the infrastructure development project of the 21st century.

Is the West Too Arrogant To Learn?

by Helga Zepp-LaRouche

LaRouche’s ideas circulate in Russia

by Rachel Douglas

Documentation: From an interview with Lyndon LaRouche published in the Russian journal Who Is Who.

Mandelson resigns; can Blair be far behind?

by Mark Burdman

The government of Britain’s Prime Minister Tony Blair is coming apart at the seams.

Blair’s Fortress Europe decouples from U.S.A.

by Tore Fredin

All of a sudden, Swedish and Finnish social democratic leaders are calling for an orientation to “NATO”—by which they mean, not the United States, but Britain.

Paris Club bankrolls Central Africa wars

by Linda de Hoyos

The consortium of government lenders to developing countries is handing over $2.2 billion to Ugandan dictator Yoweri Museveni, whose government is even recognized by the World Bank as one of the most corrupt in the world.

ASEAN unites against economic crisis

by Michael O. Billington and Gail G. Billington

Cambodia overcomes NED subversion

by Michael O. Billington and Gail G. Billington


Senate impeachment trial: a ‘bipartisan’ coup d’état

by Edward Spannaus

The pressure for a “censure” deal in the Senate, which is intended to force the weakened President into a power-sharing “co-Presidency” arrangement with Vice President Al Gore, is coming from traitorous Senate Democrats as well as Confederate-loving Republicans.