Volume 29, Number 4, February 1, 2002


LaRouche’s First 2002 Webcast: ‘And Now, A Year Later’  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Presidential candidate Lyndon LaRouche, in his first Washington webcast in 2002, made his commitment to solving the crisis facing the world: “I can offer you the credibility of my success as a forecaster, which is—I can promise you, I can assure you—is unmatched.... I can offer you my knowledge and commitment to try to attempt to use the influence of the United States, to bring about a reorganization of a worthless, bankrupt monetary system. I can promise you the use of my knowledge ... to bring about the economic mobilization to restore this nation, and other nations, to what they should be. I can promise you that I am committed to not an empire, but to what some people call a multi-polar world: a community of principle among perfectly sovereign nation-states, which I think is the only way this planet can be managed. And I can promise you that I’ll fight now, and I’ll fight until I die. I will not quit.”


2001: The U.S. Economy’s Bad Year Points to Worse Ahead

by Richard Freeman and John Hoefle

The year 2001 will be remembered as the year they had to admit, “LaRouche was right”—about Enron, about Argentina, and about the U.S. debt bubble. 2001 was a year in which the economic indicators which were designed to only go up, began—often inexplicably to the disciples of Economics 101—to go down. The “expansion” turned into a “recession,” which is actually a depression.

Anglo-Americans Rattled by Argentine Bank Raids  

by Cynthia R. Rush

Berlin, the Open Wound of Germany

by Rainer Apel

Zepp-LaRouche Says: Face the Global Crisis

by Helga Zepp-LaRouche

A challenge for a national debate among the German Federal Chancellor candidates.

French Banks Target Israeli Money Laundering

by Dean Andromidas

Russia’s Economy 1999-2001: Strong Growth, But Exhausting Its Foundation  

by Jonathan Tennenbaum

Putin’s Warsaw Visit Focusses on Economics

Poland’s Achilles’ Heel: The Budget Deficit

by Alexander Hartmann

A Unique Institute Charts Russia’s Future in Space Science

An interview with Russian Academician Nikolai Anfimov.


Argentina: A Lesson From Lazare Carnot

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. submitted this paper to a meeting entitled “Brazil-Argentina: The Moment of Truth.” “We must outflank the utopian warriors, by using our weapon, economic growth, against their weapon, lunatic destruction. If we do not find the courage to defend economic growth against the demands that we dismantle essential elements of our economies, we, by our own negligence, would have surrendered already to the utopian reign of general destruction of humanity as a whole.”

Conference Report: Egyptian Expert Raises Questions on Sept. 11

by Dr. Mahmoud Khalaf

War on Iraq Would Be ‘Catastrophic’: Ecevit  

by William Jones

Cooperation Was Focus of Zhu’s Visit to India

by Mary Burdman

U.S. ‘Phase II’ Escalation Pushes the Philippines Closer to Chaos

by Michael Billington

LaRouche Interview Online in Italy: Eliminate Maastricht, Or No Europe  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

LaRouche Speaks to Russians on World Crisis

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.


Electioneering for Fall 2002 Begins in Denial

by Marcia Merry Baker

As of mid-January, with the national committee meetings of the Republican and Democratic Parties, and the reopening of Congress, the election year “debate” began, with talk of the economy, terrorism, and war—but screaming denial of the epic crisis unfolding.

Who Are The People Making U.S. Nuclear Weapons Policy?

by Carl Osgood

Israeli Espionage: The Corporate Nexus

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Profiles: The firms that should be targets of investigation.

Congressional Closeup

by Carl Osgood


Academician Nikolai Anfimov

Dr. Nikolai A. Anfimov is the Director of the Central Research Institute of Machine Building, and head of the Coordinating Scientific and Engineering Council of the Russian Aviation and Space Agency (Rosaviakosmos), which oversees the basic and applied research investigations on board the Russian segment of the International Space Station.



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