Volume 28, Number 12, March 23, 2001


South Africa, India Fight Drug Multis on AIDS Treatment

by Ramtanu Maitra

An all-out war has broken out at the Pretoria High Court between the South African government and large multinational drug companies. The battle in the courts is the latest episode in a war waged by the forces of globalization against the sovereign efforts of South Africa and other developing nations to protect their populations from the ravages of the deadly poverty-linked HIV/AIDS epidemic.

Cipla Ltd.: A Small Player in a Big Fight

by Ramtanu Maitra

How Thailand Was Browbeaten

by Ramtanu Maitra

Brazil Battles for Right of All Nations to Affordable Medicines  

by Gretchen Small


‘Ides of March’ Meltdown: LaRouche Was Right, Again

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Panic is sweeping the international stock exchanges, while the Bush Administration has absolutely nothing to offer in the way of solutions.

EIR Energy Crisis Update: Agenda for National Energy Emergency Action

‘Energy Is Not a Commodity’

An interview with Joseph Neal.

Conference in Moscow on Collapse of Global Financial System

‘Make Development the Central Theme’: World Crisis Dominates Chinese Debate

by Mary Burdman

German Waste Water Helps U.S. Bubble

by Rainer Apel

Economic Collapse Shows, Only a New Bretton Woods Will Work

by Lothar Komp

A speech by EIR’s Lothar Komp at a seminar in Berlin.

Time for Reorganization of the Monetary System

by Prof. Dr. Wilhelm Hankel

A speech by the former chief economist of Germany’s Kreditanstalt für Wiederaufbau (Reconstruction Credit Agency).


Will Mori Outlast G.W. Bush? Japan Holds Financial Cards

by Kathy Wolfe

While global media shout that Japan’s giant banking system is about to sink into the Pacific, the real problem is the “scary dynamic” between the United States and Japan.

‘Wake Up and Get a Sense of Crisis!’

An interview with Dr. Akira Nambara.

Khatami Visit to Russia Causes Nightmares for Geopoliticians

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

NATO’s Green Light Set ‘KLA’ Loose To Threaten New Balkans War

by Umberto Pascali

‘Can’t We Learn From Balkan History?’

An interview with Faris Nanic.

WWF Sues LaRouche Brazil Organization

British Monarchy Launches Trade War Against Brazil

by Silvia Palacios

Letter to the Editor


D.C. General Fight Exposes Elites’ ‘Negro Removal’ Plan

by Nancy Spannaus

This is not just a fight to keep open a good hospital serving the black community of the nation’s capital; it is a challenge to the international policy of deliberate genocide that is being perpetrated by the Anglo- American financier oligarchy.

Secretive Group Runs D.C. General Shutdown and ‘Negro Removal’

by Anton Chaitkin

The “Federal City Council” is not Federal, and it is certainly not a City Council of elected officials. It’s a private group determined to remove the majority black population of Washington.

Racists Torpedo Bush’s Faith-Based Folly

by Michele Steinberg

‘Mr. Armitage Is Not Qualified To Serve’

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Testimony in opposition to the appointment of Richard Armitage as Deputy Secretary of State, to the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.

Will Bush Lunatics Wreck Relations with Europe?

by Mark Burdman

Congressional Closeup

Strategic Studies

SDI Under Reconsideration: War as Peace by Other Means  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

“A German press report of a March 1, 2001 statement by Chancellor Gerhard Schröder, on cooperation with Russia in development of ballistic missile defense, takes us back, once again, to the core of what now appears to be that still unquenchable, original SDI proposal, that which I made during February 1982-February 1983.”

Russian Anti-Missile Defense Proposals


Joseph Neal

Sen. Joe Neal (D-Las Vegas) introduced Senate Bill 269 into the Nevada Legislature on March 2, to repeal all energy deregulation in the state.

Dr. Akira Nambara

Dr. Nambara is the former Executive Director of the Bank of Japan and former Deputy Director of the Japan Export-Import Bank.

Faris Nanic

Faris Nanic is Secretary of Croatia’s Party of Democratic Action (SDA) and former Chief of Staff of President Alija Izetbegovic of Bosnia-Herzegovina.



“Busholini” Rushes Toward Downfall.


Correction to David Shavin’s article in the previous issue, “The Learned Academic Meets the Scientific Musician.”