Volume 27, Number 41, October 20, 2000



Schiller Institute: Begin Balkans Reconstruction Now!

A statement issued by the institute calls for “a German-French-Russian Alliance for the Development of Southeast Europe.”

Opposition to Reconstruction Is Leading to New War in the Balkans

by Alexander Hartmann

No Solution for the Balkans Without a New Bretton Woods

An interview with Faris Nanic.

The Requirements of a ‘Marshall Plan’ for Balkan Economic Reconstruction

by Lothar Komp

How Germany Financed Its Postwar Reconstruction

by Lothar Komp

Balkan Peace and World Economy: The Case for a ‘New Marshall Plan’

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.


First Task for a New Bretton Woods.


Faris Nanic

Faris Nanic is the Secretary General of Croatia’s Democratic Action Party, and former Chief of Staff to Bosnian President Alija Izetbegovic.

Ted Anderson

Ted Anderson, of Billings, Montana, is a longtime observer of the state’s energy industry.

Gerald Zerkin

Gerald Zerkin is a Richmond attorney who represents former death row inmate Earl Washington.

Peter Neufeld

Peter Neufeld is the co-founding co-director of the Innocence Project at Cardozo Law School in New York City, which has been either involved directly or as of counsel in about one-fourth of the post-conviction DNA exonerations to date.

Science & Technology

Anti-Nuclear Hoaxsters Hide Benefits of Radiation

by Zbigniew Jaworowski, M.D., Ph.D., D.Sci.

Fear of radiation has been fostered by unscientific policies and the mass media, reports Dr. Zbigniew Jaworowski. Not only is the danger grossly exaggerated; radiation can be highly beneficial!


LaRouche in Italy: How To Survive the Financial Crash

by Claudio Celani

In a visit to Ascoli-Piceno, Lyndon LaRouche offered Italians an alternative to globalization. Warning that the world financial and monetary system is bankrupt, he urged his audiences to focus on the real economic strengths of their region, and join the fight for a New Bretton Woods.

U.S. Strategic Reserve Oil Flows to Europe

by Edward Spannaus

Financial System Crisis Unfolding: Telecoms, NASDAQ Lead the Way

by William Engdahl

New Eurasian Policy Alliance Emerges

by Rainer Apel

Oil for technology deals, between the European Union and Russia, are proceeding apace.

Business Briefs


Financial Crash, U.S. Blunders Set Off Mideast Conflagration

by Dean Andromidas

A global financial crash, and war in the Middle East, are occurring, precisely as Lyndon LaRouche warned they would happen, and are the lead features of a global systemic crisis.

EIR Hits OAS Coup Against Peru

India and Russia Sign Strategic Partnership, Back Multipolar World

by Ramtanu Maitra

Brazil Toughens Security in Face of FARC Threat

by Silvia Palacios

Wall Street’s Coca Rebellion Lays Siege to Bolivia

by Cynthia R. Rush

Koreans Continue Peace Drive Despite Wall Street Provocations

by Kathy Wolfe

East Timor: Another ‘October Surprise’?

U.S. Embarrasses Itself in Campaign vs. Sudan

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

International Intelligence


Battle Report: Electricity Deregulation Is Under Attack

by Anita Gallagher

A lot of people were fooled into passing deregulation in 25 states so far, but now, as hyperinflation hits the energy sector, increasing numbers of people are having second thoughts.

It’s Time To Reverse Deregulation Policies

by Joseph M. Neal, Jr.

‘You Can’t Rely on Private Industry’

An interview with Ted Anderson.

DNA Testing Shakes Up U.S. Justice System

by Marianna Wertz

A Tale Of Two Lawsuits  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Bush To Let Free-Market Wolves Run His Medicare Drug Plan

by Linda Everett

Growing Strike Wave Engulfs Los Angeles

by Marianna Wertz

Congressional Closeup

by Carl Osgood