Volume 29, Number 5, February 8, 2002



Economics: At the End of a Delusion  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

The Foreword to a Special Report on economic recovery policy from the current depression, and its crucial distinctions from the Great Depression of the 1930s. Writes LaRouche: “We could recover successfully from the presently deepening world economic depression, but only if we now choose to do so. It is Hamlet’s challenge again: To be, or not to be. To accept the deadly heritage of our nation’s recently habituated folly, or to free ourselves from the deadly shackles of prevailing opinion, that we might ascend to the sublime, and triumph over the fatal error of our recent times.”


Argentina Proves: If It Isn’t LaRouche’s Plan, It Won’t Work  

by Dennis Small

Lyndon LaRouche outlined 15 years ago, what Argentina would have to do to successfully resolve the crisis that it faces today. Now, no reform measures will succeed, short of a bankruptcy reorganization of the international financial system.

LaRouche’s Argentina Role Alarms Wall Street

by Cynthia R. Rush

LaRouche’s ‘Reply To a Message From Laputa’

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

LaRouche: Argentina Must Be Allowed To Reorganize

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

LaRouche on Argentine Nationwide Radio, for National Bank Strategy

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Mekong Nations’ ‘Linking’ Strategy Pays Off

by Gail G. Billington

Open North-South Silk Road To Prevent New Korea Crisis  

by Kathy Wolfe

Support South Korea’s Peace Through Development Policy

by Jacques Cheminade

A statement by the French Presidential candidate.

Euro Is a Disaster, as EIR Predicted

by Rainer Apel

Indonesia Is Threatened Economically, Militarily

by Michael Billington

Will Japan Continue as an Industrial Nation?

by Kathy Wolfe

Business Briefs


Israeli Warsaw Ghetto Methods: U.S., Europe Are Accountable  

by Paul Gallagher

Warnings by Lyndon LaRouche against “the insane fascism of Ariel Sharon,” were confirmed by an Israeli officer’s report to the daily Ha’aretz on Jan. 25: The Israeli Defense Forces have been studying the 1943 military tactics of the Nazi SS against the Jewish resistance in the Warsaw Ghetto, for application against the Palestinians today.

Götterdämmerung in Palestine

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

1956 Suez Crisis: When U.S. Did the Right Thing

by Edward Spannaus

Some Think Violence Is Solution to Sharon Case

An interview with Michael Verhaeghe.

Hobeika Assassination: Sharon’s Bloody Message  

by Dean Andromidas

Afghanistan Confronts Economic Disaster, Chaos, and Geopolitics

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

Egypt and China Discuss Mideast Intervention

by Mary Burdman

Mahathir: Malaysia Was Not 9/11 ‘Launch Pad’

British Cleric Rebuffs ‘New Empire’ Mania

by Mark Burdman

Venezuela Turns Out Against Hugo Chávez

by David Ramonet and Gretchen Small


Of Homer’s Troy, and the Careerist Scholars’ Wrath

by Dean Andromidas

Once again there is war over Troy—the old war, over the question: Does Homer’s Iliad have an historical foundation, or is the epic only a product of the bard’s fantasy? The spur to this new warfare was the first stage of an excellent exhibition opened in March 2001 in Bonn, Germany on the theme, “Troy: Dream and Reality,” in which the latest research results are put before the public.


Bush’s State of the Union: Army Marching Into a Swamp

by Carl Osgood

The new “Bush doctrine” is to deny the reality of the global economic crisis, with talk of military strength and war.

Ominous Turn in Bush Administration Policy

by Jonathan Tennenbaum

LaRouche’s Advice to Black Elected Officials

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

From his Jan. 24 webcast.

Congressional Closeup

by Carl Osgood


Michael Verhaeghe

Mr. Verhaeghe is a Belgian attorney representing the plaintiffs against Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon, in the case of the 1982 massacre at the Sabra and Chatila Palestinian refugee camps in Lebanon.



Dangerous Nonsense on Enron.