Jordan’s leading opposition figure describes how most Arab governments gave a green light to the U.K.-U.S. bombing of Iraq.
Representative Vaughn, the Chairman of the Michigan Legislative Black Caucus, discusses saving Detroit’s schools from a takeover by the Republican governor and Democratic mayor.
by Robert Barwick
Another privatization scam.
The would-be gods of Olympus are doomed.
by Richard Freeman
Not only is the United States not producing and exporting what the world needs most—capital goods, machine tools, farm equipment—the flood of cheap consumer goods it imports are a result of crushing the currencies of poorer nations.
by Silvia Palacios
Like two drowning men, they are locked in a desperate embrace for their lives, sinking them both.
by Rainer Apel
The industrial workforce is not about to let itself become an extinct species.
by Richard Freeman
Five critical sectors of U.S. industry are failing fast.
by Linda de Hoyos
More than just a story about the predatory mining giant against a poor African country, this is a case study of how the IMF and “donor community” enforce the policies of the financial oligarchy, a torture through which developing countries live every day.
by Michael Liebig
Michael Liebig’s speech to the Schiller Institute Presidents’ Day conference “The Road to Recovery: Defeat the New Confederacy and Al Gore.”
A lesson for those who are committed to making history, not repeating it: Between November 1932, when the Nazi Party lost 2 million votes, and Jan. 30, 1933, when the unelectable Hitler, legally, came to power, Chancellor Gen. Kurt von Schleicher came within inches of defeating the plot, by implementing a jobs-creation program from the pages of American System economist Friedrich List. That very program for economic recovery spurred a panicked cabal of financial oligarchs in London, New York, and Berlin to oust von Schleicher, and install Hitler.
by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach
The militarily incompetent and strategically insane plan to topple the government of Iraq is already well under way.
An interview with Laith Shubeilat.
by Ramtanu Maitra
Indian Prime Minister Vajpayee met with Pakistan’s Nawaz Sharif in Lahore, and, reciting his own poem, affirmed, “There is a need for an atmosphere of trust.”
by David Ramonet
A look at the country’s “radical” new President; but, like all good Jacobins, he will never bite the IMF hand that feeds him.
by Valerie Rush
by Jeffrey Steinberg
by Sophie Durand
The European Court of Human Rights rubber-stamped the human rights violations by the French wing of the “Get LaRouche” task force.
by Mark Burdman
From an open letter by Vakhtang Goguadze and Valeri Kvaratskhelia of the Popular Democratic Union of Georgia.
by Elisabeth Hellenbroich
Who’s behind the bizarre concoction of slanders against Lyndon LaRouche?
by William Jones
It is the height of irony that Gore, with his notorious fund-raisers at Buddhist temples and his corrupt, back-room deals with former Russian Prime Minister Viktor Chernomyrdin, puts himself forward as a fighter against corruption.
Documentation: The text of an EIR White Paper, entitled “To Stop Corruption: Jail Soros and Impeach Gore,” circulated at two “anti-corruption” conferences in Washington.
by Marianna Wertz and Carl Osgood
by Edward Spannaus
Why independent counsel Kenneth Starr must be investigated.
An interview with Ed Vaughn.