by Robert Barwick
Telstra to be fully privatized.
by Marcia Merry Baker
The intelligence test now posed to every American citizen is: Do you still think there’s an alternative, “safe haven” in non-cyber stocks, or in finding a personal hidey-hole somewhere else in the so-called prosperous economy? If so, you win the bubble-head award.
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
New accounting standards are imperative, writes Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. “Any cost-conscious corporate management so reckless, as to imagine it might be permitted to reduce costs by substituting so-called mathematical modelers, for the type of design-engineering developed for the tasks of testing new universal physical principles, should be promptly discharged, that out of consideration for urgent issues of managerial incompetence.”
by Jonathan Tennenbaum
The victory of the candidate of the pro-separatist Democratic Progressive Party in the March 18 Taiwan Presidential election is fraught with danger not only for the East Asian region, but for the world.
by Mary Burdman
by Valerie Rush
Madeleine Albright’s State Department, in cahoots with Wall Street and the “Project Democracy” crowd, is on a drive to overthrow Peruvian President Alberto Fujimori, and install a regime that would share power with the murderous Shining Path narco-terrorists.
by Gretchen Small and Manuel Hidalgo
by Umberto Pascali
For insane geopolitical reasons, the British and the “Brzezinski gang” in Washington are supporting the latest reincarnation of the Kosovo Liberation Army—a gang of terrorists and drug-traffickers, which is propelling the Balkans toward a new explosion.
by Edward Spannaus
While the U.S. establishment-controlled media declared the Presidential primary election campaigns over, the campaign of Democratic contender Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. is internationalizing the campaign, both by exposing the undemocratic, rigged nature of the elections to the world, and also by forcing U.S. citizens to see themselves and the debacle of the U.S. elections, as others around the world see them.
by Carl Osgood