Part II of a dialogue with former Russian Border Troops commander Gen. Andrei Nikolayev. General Nikolayev leads “The Union of People’s Power and Labor,” one of 28 electoral blocs running in the Dec. 19 Russian State Duma elections.
by Robert Barwick
Setback for free trade in New Zealand.
Will December be the month from Hell?
by J. Gordon Edwards
From Silent Spring to the ban on DDT, environmentalist scare stories about pesticides are flagrant hoaxes. A speech by entomologist Dr. J. Gordon Edwards at Dartmouth College on April 11, 1999.
by Michael O. Billington
Michael Billington reviews Argument Without End: In Search of Answers to the Vietnam Tragedy, by Robert S. McNamara, James G. Blight, and Robert K. Brigham.
by Jeffrey Steinberg, Marcia Merry Baker, and Harley Schlanger
It was clear in Seattle that globalization is on the way out, as developing nations reject the looting of their raw materials and the enslavement of their workers, as western Europe rejects pressures to end farm price-support programs, and as Americans react against the loss of productive jobs and the decline in real purchasing power.
by Rainer Apel
by William Engdahl
by Javier Almario
EIR will publish the English edition of Genocide: Russia and the New World Order, by Russian economist Dr. Sergei Glazyev.
by Richard Freeman
On Oct. 28, the U.S. Department of Commerce made a comprehensive historical revision of Gross Domestic Product, creating, out of thin air, an additional $248.9 billion for 1998. A look at the fakery of GDP, and at a true metric of an economy.
by Jonathan Tennenbaum
Russia finds itself in a turbulent “boundary layer” where, in the words of one Russian observer, “sudden and unexpected developments are to be expected.” The entire political geometry of Russia has already radically changed from what it was a mere three or four months ago, as patriotic layers prepare to defend against oligarchical attacks.
by Mary Burdman
The new form of the British Empire is just as EIR has documented, and the Prime Minister is trying to keep himself in office to exercise that power.
by Silvia Palacios and Lorenzo Carrasco
The Brazilian Armed Forces and leading Senators are naming the names of those plotting to take over the Amazon.
by Nilder Costa
Documentation: EIR testimony before the Parliamentary Commission of Inquiry on Land in Boa Vista, Roraima, the state’s capital; a report on a briefing by the then-head of the Amazon Military Command, Gen. Luis Gonzaga Lessa; and statements by Senators Bernardo Cabral and Gilberto Mestrinho.
by Linda de Hoyos
by Linda de Hoyos
LaRouche’s speech to the leading constituency group of African-Americans in the United States was a breakthrough for his Presidential campaign.
by Theo Mitchell
The remarks of former South Carolina legislator Theo Mitchell, who introduced LaRouche to the National Black Caucus of State Legislators (NBCSL).
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
The speech of Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
The text of an open letter from over 100 civil rights leaders, state legislators, and others, which is being run as an advertisement in African-American and Hispanic newspapers around the United States.
by Uwe Friesecke
Statements by the Rally for the Return of Refugees and Democracy in Rwanda, and by Melchior Ndadaye’s Legion of Honor from Burundi.
by Marianna Wertz
A review of “International Perspectives on the Death Penalty,” by theWashington, D.C.-based Death Penalty Information Center, and “United States of America, Rights for All: Betraying the Young,” by Amnesty International.
by Edward Spannaus