by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. comments on the contrast between our policy and that of the disreputable London Daily Telegraph, as manifested in the case of the recent, brief appearance of the republication of a list of names from other Internet sources on EIR’s Internet site.
Brown is the founding dean and former professor of the School of Communications at Howard University; he is now the nationally known host of the public television program “Tony Brown’s Journal.”
by Marianna Wertz
Empower the People: A Seven-Step Plan to Overthrow the Conspiracy That Is Stealing Your Money and Freedom, by Tony Brown.
by Robert Barwick
Banks open for foreign takeover.
by Rainer Apel
Talking reconstruction to death.
Reconstruction must start now!
by Rachel Douglas
Russian economist Sergei Glazyev summed up the situation: “In effect, default has already occurred, since we deferred payments many times.”
by Rachel Douglas and Roger Moore
by Sergei Glazyev
Excerpts from Sergei Glazyev’s article in the newspaper Zavtra.
by Jonathan Tennenbaum, Rüdiger Rumpf, and Ralf Schauerhammer
The celebrated disaster of Mercedes’ “A-Class” automobile reveals the lunacy of current corporate-industrial methods, from the standpoint of the science of physical economy.
by Carlos Cota Meza
President Zedillo is bequeathing to his successor, who will take office in December 2000, a new huge debt bubble set to explode whenever the U.S. Federal Reserve decides to start raising interest rates—and/or when Zedillo is forced to devalue the peso in the face of the current unsustainable trade deficit.
by Edward Spannaus
In 1996, after four years of war, Bosnia was ready to rebuild its shattered economy, and circles in the U.S., including Commerce Secretary Ron Brown, were ready to help. But the financial vultures would not let it happen. Will the same mistake be repeated today with all the Balkans?
by Umberto Pascali
Documentation: Excerpts from the Dayton peace agreement, World Bank dictates to Bosnia, and responses from Bosnian leaders.
Political, religious, labor, and other figures the world over are signing the Schiller Institute call initiated on April 28 by Helga Zepp-LaRouche and Faris Nanic.
by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach
by Ramtanu Maitra
Britain’s long-standing terrorist capability is at work in this crossroads between India, Pakistan, and China.
by Linda de Hoyos
The return of former Sudanese President Jaafar Nimeiri after 14 years of exile, typifies the moves toward peace within Sudan, as well as with its neighbors, to the chagrin of the “human rights” mafia, such as the State Department’s Susan Rice.
by Mark Burdman
What’s behind the cynical war crimes indictment against Milosevic.
by Dean Andromidas
by Hartmut Cramer
A report on the European Parliament elections.
by Mark Calney and Mark Burdman
by Angelika Beyreuther-Raimondi
A press conference co-sponsored by the Czech Management Association, EIR, and the Schiller Institute addressed the severe crisis in the Czech economy and “solutions to find a pathway out of the dead end.” Speakers whose remarks are included are: Michael Liebig of the Schiller Institute, and Prof. Jaroslav Jirasek and Prof. Zbynek Pitra of the Czech Management Assocation.
by Michael Liebig
by Prof. Jaroslav Jirasek
by Prof. Zbynek Pitra
A transcript of the questions and answers at the Prague press conference.
by Jeffrey Steinberg
The Cox Commission’s report is a scientific fraud, aimed at fueling a new “Yellow Peril” Cold War with China, at precisely the moment that President Clinton needs to expand his commitment to forge a strategic partnership with both China and Russia.
by Suzanne Rose
Some members of the Foreign Relations Committee are demanding an accounting, and punishment of those responsible.
by Scott Thompson and Michele Steinberg
And they made a pilgrimage to Washington to get money promised them by the Congressional Republicans.
by Carl Osgood