Volume 28, Number 24, June 22, 2001


Houston: Murderous Underfunding of Infrastructure Killed Flood Victims  

by Richard Freeman

Had the proper infrastructure and accompanying policies been in place, it is estimated that one-half to three-quarters of tropical storm Allison’s damage could have been prevented.


Russia, Japan Widen Scope of Eurasian Development  

by Rachel Douglas and Jonathan Tennenbaum

For the first time in 18 years, a delegation of the Japanese Keidanren, the Federation of Economic Organizations, visited Russia.

LaRouche Speaker Again at Moscow Policy Meet

Forces Square Off on Energy Regulation

by Marcia Merry Baker

Malaysia’s Dr. Mahathir Calls for Trade Without National Currencies

by Mike Billington

Business Briefs


Time To Take Out the Garbage at FBI, DOJ

by Jeffrey Steinberg

No house-cleaning of the corrupt permanent bureaucracy at the FBI and Department of Justice would be possible, without airing the truth about the railroad prosecution of Lyndon LaRouche.

The Hanssen Case: A Puzzling Enemy Within

by Jeffrey Steinberg

McDade-Murtha Debate Sought an End to DOJ, FBI Tyranny

‘Operation ABSCAM’ May Still Be Operational

by Jeffrey Steinberg

DOJ Crimes Aired at 1995 Independent Hearings

The OSI Is Still Targetting Demjanjuk

by Jeffrey Steinberg


European Opposition to Bush Grows Stronger During Visit  

by Mark Burdman

Intelligent people in both Europe and the United States agree, that this administration is doing possibly irreparable harm to the entire fabric of postwar transatlantic relations.

Aussie Establishment Wild Against LaRouche  

by Allen Douglas

‘What’s Gone Rotten in Australia?’

Africa: Powell Talks Peace, Bush Foments War

by Uwe Friesecke

The U.S. Secretary of State’s peace-loving declarations, during his tour of Africa, are exposed as a fraud.

Italy’s New Government Is a House Divided

Surprising Shifts in German Politics

by Rainer Apel

Argentina: Bush’s Friends Jailed; Will Cavallo Be Next

by Cynthia R. Rush

Russians Surprise U.S. at Forum; Say European, Not U.S. Relations Key

by William Jones

International Intelligence


KKK-Katie Graham’s Armies of the Night

by Edward Spannaus

The owner of the Washington Post deploys a small army of local officials and activists, mostly African-Americans, to implement her “Negro Removal” project in the nation’s capital.

The Case of James Gibson

by Dennis Speed

LaRouche on Washington Radio: D.C. General Hospital Fight Is Winnable  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Saving D.C. General ‘Is an American Issue’

by Ray Flynn

A radio interview with former Boston Mayor Ray Flynn, and Dr. Abdul Alim Muhammad, leader of the Coalition to Save D.C. General Hospital.

Bush Cronies Plan To Loot Health Care

by Scott Thompson

Mass Support Against Bush League in S.C.

Congressional Closeup

by Carl Osgood


Catherine Barrett

A Delegate to the Ohio House of Representatives (D-District 31) reports on the state’s budget crisis.

Dan Davis

President of Local 246 of the Utility Workers Union of America, in Los Alamitos, California, tells how the financial predators are wrecking our power-generating industry.

Strategic Studies

British ‘New Berlin Congress’ Behind Macedonian Civil War  

by Umberto Pascali

The threat of an endless escalation of violence is being used to build support for the proposals of Henry Kissinger and Britain’s Lord David Owen, to redraw the map of the Balkans, as the British did in 1878.

The ‘New Colombia of Europe’ Grows in Balkans

by Umberto Pascali

The drug-running Kosovo Liberation Army has high-level backing, by geopoliticians out to use the Balkans as a strategic weapon against Eurasia.

Rapprochement Among Serbia, Croatia, Bosnia

by Alexander Hartmann

In Belgrade, a Way Out of Bloody Warfare

by Elke Fimmen

French and German representatives of the Schiller Institute addressed a seminar on LaRouche’s solution to the global financial crisis.

Croatian Voices Urge Economic Policy Change

by Faris Nanic

Faris Nanic is a civil engineer and journalist in Croatia.



EIR Was Right: No Bush Defense Buildup.


Mississippi State Rep. Erik Fleming, interviewed in our June 15 issue, is not a former State Senator, and he is the former, not current, chairman of the Hinds County Democratic Party. EIR regrets the inaccuracies.