by Edward Spannaus
Collision and Collusion: The Strange Case of Western Aid to Eastern Europe 1989-98, by Janine R. Wedel.
by Debra Hanania Freeman
All Too Human: A Political Education, by George Stephanopoulos.
by Marianna Wertz
Acres of Skin—Human Experiments at Holmesburg Prison: A True Story of Abuse and Exploitation in the Name of Medical Science, by Allen M. Hornblum.
by Robert Barwick
Welfare “crackdown” is under way.
Crimes against humanity.
by William Engdahl
A Japanese Finance Ministry official has admitted that statistics on his country’s much-heralded “economic turnaround” were faked.
by Rainer Apel
No one expects any serious help to come from the Sarajevo summit, and so Balkans leaders are scrambling on their own. But will that be enough to reconstruct the war-torn region?
by Gonzalo Huertas
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
Democratic Presidential pre-candidate Lyndon LaRouche addressed a Schiller Institute seminar on July 24 in Oberwesel, Germany: “The world financial situation is hopeless, a hopeless catastrophe, nothing can save the world financial system in its present form. Therefore, let’s stop trying to save the world financial system, or monetary system, in their present forms.” We reproduce his remarks in full.
by Gretchen Small
Despite the dire warnings of White House anti-drug leader Gen. Barry McCaffrey (ret.), British-controlled circles in the U.S. State Department continue to press for “peace talks” with the deadly narco-terrorist gangs which are dismembering the nation of Colombia and destroying the youth of America and elsewhere with cocaine and heroin.
by Linda de Hoyos
by Jonathan Tennenbaum
The Chinese government has come down hard against a quasi-religious sect that preys on a romantic longing for the “good old days” of feudalism, and Prince Philip’s mouth is watering at this new opportunity to provoke a breakup of the nation.
by Mary Burdman
An inspiring vision of the future presented by China’s Minister of Foreign Affairs.
by Mark Burdman
by Jeffrey Steinberg
Report on a unique conference in Budapest.
by Michele Steinberg
The White House has finally mothballed Gen. Wesley Clark, one of the major culprits in the British effort to destroy U.S. relations with Russia and China.
by Scott Thompson and Michele Steinberg
Increasing numbers of Democrats are turning away from Gore in disgust for his refusal to allow Africa access to cheap generic drugs to combat AIDS. But after all, the only reason why Gore is running, is because he’s the only man whom baby Bush could beat.
by Colin Lowry
Documentation: A letter from Debra Hanania Freeman, national spokeswoman for Lyndon LaRouche, to the chairman of the National Conference of State Legislatures.
by Anton Chaitkin
An exclusive EIR investigative report by historian Anton Chaitkin.
by Marianna Wertz
by Carl Osgood