Volume 28, Number 15, April 13, 2001


EZLN Coup in Mexico Sets Stage for Dismembering Ibero-America

by Gretchen Small and Dennis Small

The March 28 special session of the Mexican Congress, arranged to provide an international platform for the Zapatista narco-terrorists to deliver ultimatums, was a virtual coup d’état by foreign interests. Mexico is now set to be dismembered, its Constitution torn up, and its resources grabbed by eagerly waiting foreign looters, with the Bush family’s oil business buddies first in line.

Ibero-America’s Raw Materials Wealth

Western Geopolitics Carves Up Africa: The Congo Example

by Uwe Friesecke

Prince Philip Marches at the Head of Mexico’s Zapatistas

by Rubén Cota Meza

Stop the Narco-Terrorist Coup d’É tat in Mexico!

by Marivilia Carrasco

World Social Forum: A Jacobin Roadshow

by Silvia Palacios

From Bentham to Gingrich: What Is Fascism, Really?  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Carl Schmitt’s Influence in Today’s Venezuela

by David Ramonet


Facing War, Arabs Focus on Building Economies

by Linda Everett

A breakthrough at the pan-Arab summit, was that economic cooperation and integration, with an eye toward the Eurasian Land-Bridge, were put on the agenda.

Egypt Links Peace to Economic Development

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

Asia and the ‘New Arab Mashriq’

by Mohammed Al-Sayed Selim

A guest commentary.

How U.S. Hospitals Have Been Reduced by ‘Shareholder Value,’ 1975-99

by Linda Everett

Bush Protects Murderous HMOs

by Linda Everett

German Doctors Rally vs. Financial Cannibalism

by Alexander Hartmann


Europe Is Learning, LaRouche Was Right About Bush

by Mark Burdman

Among policymakers across continental Europe, there is growing “dismay and despair,” at the incompetence, incalculability, and provocative nature of the Bush Administration. Even “Atlanticists,” strongly committed to U.S.-European relations, are warning that the NATO alliance itself will soon “disintegrate,” if current trends continue.

Russia Looks to Europe, Asia for Partnership

by Rachel Douglas

U.S. Spy Plane Recalls Embassy Bombing in China

by Mary Burdman

Russia’s Intervention Was Crucial in Balkans

by Umberto Pascali

New Bush ‘Exit’ Strategy Means New Balkans War

by Umberto Pascali

Nigerians Still Shun World Bank and IMF, Despite Recent Overtures

by Goddy Ikeh and Lawrence K. Freeman


‘Invisible Empire’ of Kate Graham Targets D.C. for ‘Negro Removal’

by Edward Spannaus

The planned shutdown of D.C. General Hospital is but one facet of an overall plan for the District of Columbia, aimed at eliminating as much as possible of its poorer, black population, to promote hundreds of billions of dollars of speculative real estate development. This scheme is run from behind the scenes by the Washington Post’s Katharine Graham and a secret empire.

Fight the Epidemic of Pessimism

by Dennis Speed

LaRouche Points To Leads in Hanssen Case  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

California Democrats Meet, in Disneyland

by Harley Schlanger

Profile of the NSC Staff: A Bush-League Crisis Provocation Team

by Scott Thompson

‘Peace Now’ Hits Sharon Settlement Policy

by Michele Steinberg

Congressional Closeup

by Carl Osgood



by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Putin’s Silent Offer to the U.S.A.