Volume 28, Number 47, December 7, 2001


Russia’s Scientists Focus on LaRouche and Vernadsky  

by Rachel Douglas

Moscow’s Vernadsky State Geological Museum held a Nov. 27-28 scientific conference, “The Realization of the Concept of the Noösphere in the 21st Century: Russia’s Mission in the World Today.”

Relations with Europe as the Crisis Deepens

Schiller Institute representatives took part in the annual Ambassadorial Reception, held by the Russian organization Federal Appraisal Foundation.

The Legacy of Mendeleyev and Vernadsky: The Spirit of Russia’s Science  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

A paper submitted to the conference on “The Realization of the Noösphere Concept in the 21st Century: Russia’s Mission in the World Today.”


IMF Admits Bankruptcy; Wall Street Alternatives a Fraud  

by Kathy Wolfe

IMF First Deputy Managing Director Anne Krueger has called for new laws allowing countries with unpayable debts, to seek bankruptcy protection. But the IMF “plan” is really an confession of its own bankruptcy.

Egypt Again Connects Africa to Eurasia

by Hussein al-Nadeem

Egypt Assesses ‘New Silk Road’ Policy

by Hussein al-Nadeem

In Midst of War Drive, Israel’s Economy Falls  

by Dean Andromidas

IMF Promises Mexico a ‘Bailout in Advance’

by Rubén Cota Meza

PIDIREGAS, the Trojan Horse of Energy Privatization in Mexico

by Ronald Moncayo Paz


Bush and Putin Have Joined Forces for War Avoidance

by Jeffrey Steinberg

The coup d’état against the Bush Administration, on behalf of the “Clash of Civilizations,” has been suppressed but not crushed. Both Presidents face significant opposition to their war avoidance effort.

Crimes Against Humanity: The Case of Ariel Sharon

by Elisabeth Hellenbroich

Philippines President in Tightrope Diplomacy

by Gail G. Billington

Argentina: Seineldín: ‘Freedom Now! for the Resistance’  

by Cynthia R. Rush

LaRouche, in Rome, Addresses Members of Parliament, TV Debate

by Liliana Gorini

Western Europe’s Role in the World Crisis

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Impressions in Warsaw: Poles Uneasy About ‘New Empire’ Drive

by Mark Burdman

British Transport Is ‘the Worst in Europe’

by Rainer Apel


Can The Brzezinski-Wolfowitz Cabal’s War Game Be Stopped?  

by Michele Steinberg

The “Wolfowitz cabal” is in a desperation drive to hijack Bush Administration policy into a “clash of civilizations” war, after Secretary of State Colin Powell was given a mandate by President George Bush on Nov. 19 to organize for Middle East peace.

The ‘LaRouche Factor’ in Enron’s Demise

by Harley Schlanger

Military Tribunals Are Dangerous in Ashcroft’s Hands  

by Edward Spannaus

In Memoriam: Harrison A. Williams, Jr. (1919-2001)

by Mary Jane Freeman and Elliot Greenspan



Great Pride Went Before a Fall.