Sudan’s Ambassador to Washington affirms that his government “has gone the extra mile” to end the war in southern Sudan.
by Rainer Apel
Rise of Gore is viewed with alarm.
Brazil and the global financial crash.
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
“The British and U.S.A. bombing attacks of December, have already been a potentially irreparable, strategic catastrophe for the U.S.’s position and influence in the world at large, in addition to being a leading factor in the crucial weakening of President Clinton’s ability to fight off the ongoing, London-directed U.S. parliamentary coup d’état. A new such British and U.S. attack on Iraq ... would unleash a chain-reaction of much worse effects than the December bombings, not only within, but far beyond the Middle East theater. Such a chain-reaction would be an incalculable disaster for United States, a catastrophe in our strategic position in the world, from which it were likely that our republic might never recover.”
by William Engdahl
The monetarist preoccupation with upholding the euro’s already-nonexistent “credibility” could end send the global financial system into its overdue disintegration.
by Allen Douglas
Gore will lead two Washington conferences, one on “reinventing government” and the other on “fighting corruption.” Both will feature the Mont Pelerin Society paradise, New Zealand, which now enjoys the highest youth suicide rate in the world, where poverty, once unheard-of, now strikes one in six citizens, and unemployment is now 32%. And, the head of state is Queen Elizabeth.
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
“The first, and the most plain fact you must understand clearly, and not block out, is that there is a British-style parliamentary coup d’état now being attempted in the U.S. Senate.”
Profiles in treason: Trent Lott, Tom DeLay, William Rehnquist, David Sentelle, Bob Barr, Asa Hutchinson, W. Hickman Ewing, and Bill McCollum.
A selection of interviews and commentaries from around the world.
by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach
The next attack could include a coordinated ground offensive, aimed at setting up a puppet government in Iraq.
by Mark Burdman
The infighting in the British government has attained such a level of brutality, that columnists are comparing it to the 15th-century War of the Roses.
by Dean Andromidas
by Lawrence K. Freeman
by Linda de Hoyos
by Manuel Hidalgo
Manuel Hidalgo reports on the effort to shatter the region into mini-states, no more than British-run “coca republics” and oil concessions.
by Edward Spannaus
The only option the President has, is to go for a full trial, in which the treasonous actions of the entire “Get Clinton” cabal are subjected to public scrutiny.
by Marianna Wertz