Volume 26, Number 16, April 16, 1999



Leonard Nyangoma

Mr. Nyangoma is chairman of the National Council for the Defense of Democracy (CNDD) of Burundi.


Report from Bonn

by Rainer Apel

Dissidents prefer silence on Balkans.


The Chinese Premier’s visit.

Strategic Studies

De Gaulle, JFK, and stopping war: a lesson for today

by Mary M. Burdman

On Jan. 27, 1964, France, led by President Charles de Gaulle, became the first leading Western nation to establish full ambassadorial relations with the People’s Republic of China. The history of this period is relevant to the “Survivors’ Club,” which the United States must join today.

Economics Feature

London unleashes the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse ... again

by Dennis Small

The real cause of the economic and political devastation worldwide, is to be found by studying LaRouche’s concept of potential relative population density. Dennis Small introduces a report on the genocide being conducted by the British-steered financier oligarchy.

LaRouche on the BAC’s ‘Fourth Reich’ campaign

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

The systematic destruction of Russia

by Rachel Douglas

Mortality rates rising in Africa

by Linda de Hoyos

Epidemics spread as economies crumble

by Colin Lowry

Epidemic diseases are spreading most rapidly in areas of the world where the standard of living and medical infrastructure have been destroyed by the economic policies of the IMF.

Indonesia is ‘dying, do you understand?’

by Gail G. Billington

President Suharto received the UN prize for poverty eradication, having reduced the percentage of the population living below the poverty line from 60% in 1970 to 11% in 1996. But those gains were wiped out in an instant.

Mexico: from debt bomb to population bomb

by Carlos Cota Meza

Who created the crisis in Yugoslavia, and why

A chronology of EIR’s coverage, showing the role of the London-based financial oligarchy in creating the explosion in former Yugoslavia. The key was London’s “Fourth Reich” policy against Germany, and its goal of destroying the nation-state worldwide.

Economic human rights assaulted in the U.S.

by Richard Freeman

Business Briefs


Isolate the British arsonists before it’s too late

by Umberto Pascali

The truth is now coming out about who sabotaged the Rambouillet peace talks. While the “New NATO” crowd escalates the war in the Balkans, peace efforts are also intensifying.

Sen. Carulli: Pursue any hope for peace in Balkans

A statement by Sen. Ombretta Fumagalli Carulli, a member of the Italian Senate, chairman of the Italian Renewal party, and president of the Interparliamentary Committee for the Jubilee.

Buyoya regime rejects compromise on reform of Burundi military

by Linda de Hoyos

The government and opposition groups have been holding talks in Tanzania, with the hopes of bringing an end to the civil war.

The road toward peace in Burundi

An interview with Leonard Nyangoma.

The economic development of Turkey is the key to peace

by Joseph Brewda

Turkey is stepping up efforts to complete the Southeastern Anatolian Project (GAP), to bring peace to this war-torn region.

Turkey pushed toward new ‘Afghanistan’

by Joseph Brewda

The country is increasingly wary of the disintegration of Iraq, which would threaten the entire region.


Gore Presidential campaign runs into a buzz-saw

by Harley Schlanger and Jeffrey Steinberg

Some leading Democratic Party figures are predicting that, by the summer of 1999, the race for the Democratic Presidential nomination will be wide open, with a new cast of challengers joining Lyndon LaRouche and Bill Bradley.

‘The LaRouche Doctrine’ on the Balkans crisis  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

This war, like the still-ongoing war against Iraq, is entirely a creation of Britain’s Tony Blair government, just as “Desert Storm” was adopted by the government of former President George Bush at the behest of the former Thatcher government of Britain.

National News