Volume 28, Number 48, December 14, 2001


To Stop Terrorism, Shut Down Dope, Inc.

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Democratic Presidential pre-candidate Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. pinpoints the necessity of shutting down money laundering, if the war on terrorism is to be won. This is a preface for a special report his campaign committee will be issuing in mid-December, titled “To Stop Terrorism, Shut Down Dope, Inc.”

Dope, Inc. Is $600 Billion and Growing

by Jeffrey Steinberg


LaRouche Campaign Defeated Enron, To Win Re-Regulation  

by John Hoefle

With the deflationary collapse of energy-gambling giant Enron Corp., battle lines are clearly drawn between continued energy and industry deregulation, and economic recovery of the United States.

Argentina: ‘A People Cannot Die To Pay the Debt’

by Cynthia R. Rush

Doha WTO Meet: A Few Gains, but More Worries for Developing Nations

by Ramtanu Maitra

East Asian Community Plan Requires a Broader, ‘Eurasian,’ Conception

by Kathy Wolfe

Japan: IMF’s Shock Therapy ‘Just Not Functioning’  

by Kathy Wolfe

Taiwan Is at Economic, Political Crossroad

by Mary Burdman

Campo Grande Conference Advances Brazilian-Argentine Integration

by Silvia Palacios

Business Briefs


Bush Cannot Make Excuses for Sharon’s Suicidal War  

by Michele Steinberg

Lyndon LaRouche is warning that the Bush Administration must not make any excuses for what Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon is doing in attacking Palestinians. “Sharon and the IDF are determined to kill Arafat and to destroy the Palestinian Authority. We will not tolerate this,” said LaRouche.

Leading Saudi Daily Covers EIR vs. Kissinger

Lebanon Legacy: Sharon Is Out To Murder Arafat

by Dean Andromidas

The Other Crimes of Ariel Sharon

by Dean Andromidas

Egyptian Minister Lauds Powell Speech, Warns Against Clash of Civilizations

by William Jones

We Must Win the War Vs. the Coup Plotters

by Hartmut Cramer

An interview with Tatyana Koryagina.

Afghanistan Factions To Form New Government

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

Frictions Weaken German Government

by Rainer Apel

International Intelligence

Dialogue of Civilizations

Raymond Llull: A Great Voice in the Dialogue of Religions

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

The year 2001 has been designated by the UN as the Year of the Dialogue Among Civilizations; in this same year, forces of the geopolitical school, have redoubled their efforts to launch generalized warfare, in the form of religious war. The work of Raymond Llull, the 13th-Century Catalan Christian thinker, is an important antidote to such warfare.

Plato’s Ghost as a Scapegoat for the ‘War of Civilizations’

by Gabriele Liebig

The Parable of Rings of ‘Nathan the Wise’


Tatyana Koryagina

Professor Koryagina, an Academician of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences, is Senior Scientist of the Institute for Macroeconomic Research at the Ministry of Economics and Trade Development of the Russian Federation.



The Hope of Great Music Reawakened.


Backlash Even in Government to Ashcroft Emergency Decrees

by Edward Spannaus

Senators, especially Democrats, who refused to block Ashcroft’s confirmation, are now beginning to realize what a Frankenstein’s monster they have unleashed.

DOJ’s Tribunal Plan Draws Military Fire

by Edward Spannaus

Philadelphia: Fight vs. Edison School Takeover Gets Victories

by Marianna Wertz

FDR’s First Hundred Days vs. Today’s Fraudulent ‘Economic Stimulus’

by Carl Osgood

Adult Stem Cells Are Therapy’s Real Future  

by Dr. Wolfgang Lillge

Is the ‘First Human Clone’ a Hoax?

by Ralf Schauerhammer

Congressional Closeup

by Carl Osgood


In our Nov. 30 issue, the author of the lead article in National was Lynne Speed.