by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach
On Nov. 5, EIR held its latest Berlin seminar on economic-strategic matters, this one dedicated to the question, “ What Can Be Done in the Face of a Financial Meltdown?” Participants numbered over 125, representing economic, diplomatic, political, and press circles from Germany and other European countries.
by Lothar Komp
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
by Prof. Dr. Wilhelm Hankel
by Dr. T.I. Koryagina
by Dr. Nino Galloni
by Kathy Wolfe
The collapse of lending to developing nations is being called “the biggest disruption of capital flows since September 1998,” when Russian bonds and the giant Long Term Capital Management hedge fund crashed, nearly melting down world markets. But the lending collapse has hit the advanced nations, too.
by Cynthia R. Rush
by Dennis Small
by Valerie Rush
by Michael Billington
by Claudio Celani
by Richard Freeman
by Mary Burdman
by Michele Steinberg
EIR warned of Britain’s role in international terrorism, in a dossier entitled “Put Britain on the List of States Sponsoring Terrorism,” delivered to U.S. officials on Jan. 11, 2000—20 months before the attacks on the World Trade Center and Pentagon. Those attacks were not “terrorism,” but “irregular warfare,” which EIR Founder Lyndon LaRouche has described as an ongoing coup d’état, involving special warfare capabilities from within the United States in collusion with international forces.
by Jeffrey Steinberg and Michele Steinberg
by Mark Burdman
by Edward Spannaus
Based on an interview with Kurt Lohbeck.
by Ramtanu Maitra
by Lawrence K. Freeman
An interview with Kikaya Bin Karubi.
by Scott Thompson and Jeffrey Steinberg
Edgar Bronfman’s call for unilateral separation of Israel from the Palestinians—a “Warsaw Ghetto” final solution to the conflict—was issued on behalf of the super-secret Mega Group of American and Canadian mega-billionaires.
by Scott Thompson
by Colin Lowry
An interview with Dr. W.F.K. Seymour.
by Carl Osgood
The author of Holy War, Unholy Victory talks about U.S. policy and operations in Afghanistan.
The Minister of Information of the Democratic Republic of the Congo discusses the genocide and the continued foreign occupation of parts of his country.
Microbiologist Dr. W.F.K. Seymour, Ph.D. headed the Microbiology Laboratory at the District of Columbia General Hospital (D.C. General)—until the lab was shut down in January. He was at the National Institutes of Health during the 1960s. Recently, he prepared a deposition for the D.C. City Council on emergency preparedness.
No More Bailouts; It’s Bankrupt.