by Robert Barwick
Aussies reject fraudulent republic.
by Linda de Hoyos
Albright discredits IGAD process on Sudan.
Pickpockets of Brussels and London.
by Marcia Merry Baker
The record shows that any government that commits itself to free trade, will be further relinquishing its sovereign power over its national economy, just at the time when the world financial system itself is in the process of breakdown, requiring actions and institutions for national economic build-up.
by Marianna Wertz
The AFL-CIO is mobilizing to bring 15,000 trade unionists to Seattle on Nov. 30, to participate in a rally at the opening of the World Trade Organization conference. They are going to demand that the WTO be “reformed,” so that the rights of labor and the environment gain greater “respect”—in the context of a world dominated by the murderous axioms of free trade. It won’t work.
Documentation: Opposition to the WTO from Teamsters union president James P. Hoffa; the United Autoworkers resolution on “The American Economy in a New Century”; and the trial of former Teamsters political director William Hamilton: blackmail against labor.
by Rainer Apel
German Chancellor Schröder found to his surprise, when he visited China early in November, that what the Beijing leaders wanted to talk about most was the maglev: the rail technology of the 21st century.
by William Engdahl
by Murray Feshbach
A guest commentary by Dr. Murray Feshbach.
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
“This present report is written for those citizens who wish to be certain, that they themselves have met U.S. founder Benjamin Franklin’s standard for voters who are qualified to select the new leaders of our presently imperilled U.S. republic.”
by Jonathan Tennenbaum
A growing number of institutional forces in continental Europe are responding to what they perceive as a threat to their very national survival, coming from the sorts of policies identified with Britain’s Blair government, and Madeleine Albright in the United States.
by Jacques Cheminade
by Gerardo Terán Canal and Gonzalo Huertas
Argentinians, fed up with the disastrous economic policies of the Carlos Menem administration, have voted in a new President—who is promising more of the same.
by Scott Thompson
From Russia, to China, to Kosovo, to Sudan, and on an on, President Clinton has been faced with one foreign policy disaster after another, because of his Secretary of State. With all the White House’s enemies embracing her, the President should have smelled a rat.
by Edward Spannaus
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
An Internet dialogue between Lyndon LaRouche and diplomats from 22 countries.
by Carl Osgood