by Rainer Apel
Christian Democrats join “new wave.”
Why the anti-IMF charades?
by Cynthia R. Rush
Dollarization isn’t intended to protect targetted nations’ productive assets, or their populations, or to create the conditions for rebuilding the economy, as in a properly executed bankruptcy reorganization. Were that to be the case, the first step would be writing off unpayable debt and other speculation-linked paper that is destroying the physical economy.
by Richard Freeman
The U.S. current account deficit, fuelled by a growing trade deficit, reached $99.8 billion for the fourth quarter of 1999, the highest level in history.
by William Engdahl
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
“The focus of my present report on that matter, is the way in which Soviet General Secretary Andropov’s Hamlet-like,... knee-jerk reaction, both against the original proposal for a Strategic Defense Initiative, and also against me personally, doomed the Soviet Union to the choice of either war, or, in the alternative, that disintegration of the combined Soviet and Warsaw Pact systems, which, in fact, erupted during 1989,” LaRouche writes.
by Gretchen Small
In an astonishing show of sheer hypocrisy, the London- and Wall Street-led “international community” announced that, regardless of the actual vote, Peru’s incumbent President Alberto Fujimori will not be receiving the 50% required to avoid a run-off election with his bankers’ boy opponent, Alejandro Toledo.
by Edward Spannaus and Mark Burdman
by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach
by Hussein Al-Nadeem
Although the news of the famine razing the Horn of Africa was being widely reported in the international media during the summit, the European leaders expressed, once again, their obsession with “globalization,” “free trade,” “environmental protection,” and “democracy.”
by Dean Andromidas
Alleging “corruption,” “dictatorial excesses,” and “systematic oppression of white farmers,” the British are setting up the pretext for possible military intervention.
by Michele Steinberg
Preparations for the founding of a National Commission on the New Violence, have been moving forward quickly, as Lyndon LaRouche’s Presidential campaign held a first Internet conference with leading experts on the destruction of young Americans’ minds through “kill-’em” video games and drugs such as Ritalin and Prozac—and also by new forms of lynching.
by Anton Chaitkin
by Jeffrey Steinberg
The ruckus in the nation’s capital was arranged by Wall Street-backed forces who are want to use mob action in order to prevent any real alternative to the collapsing world financial system. It was no different in 1789, when banker Jacques Necker backed the storming of the Bastille.
by Marianna Wertz
International endorsements of Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.’s campaign for the U.S. Presidency.
An amicus brief to the U.S. Supreme Court, which, on March 27, let stand a lower court ruling—in a case brought by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. and voters from several states in 1996—affirming that the DNC can function as a “private club,” thus gutting the Voting Rights Act of 1965.
by Marianna Wertz
by Carl Osgood