Volume 29, Number 13, April 5, 2002


Breakthroughs at Arab Summit Confront Israel and the U.S.  

by Hussein al-Nadeem

The Arab League summit in Beirut, Lebanon on March 27-28 took actions critical for the Arab nations and the Middle East in general. Arab states offered Israel a comprehensive peace initiative accepted by all Arab countries. And, the representatives of Iraq and Kuwait signed written commitments to cooperate in settling all differences that have emerged since the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait in 1990 and the ensuing Gulf War in 1991.

Arab Summit Endorses Abdullah Peace Plan

On the Current Mideast Situation

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

An interview with Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. on the eve of the Arab League summit.

TVA on the Jordan: A Predecessor to LaRouche’s Oasis Plan

by Marsha Freeman

Israeli Women’s Movement Follows a Lesson Taken from Aristophanes

by Dean Andromidas

Israeli War Economy Implodes

IDF Accused of War Crimes, Looting


Robert Rubin Was Cited

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Did the former Treasury Secretary actually advocate “trade liberalization,” or was he misquoted by the lying media? Either way, it is of urgent importance to demonstrate why any commitment to such a policy would ensure the accelerating collapse of the world economy.

Greenspan and Volcker Play Public for Suckers

by John Hoefle

More Nations Revolt from WTO Free Trade

by Anita Gallagher

Russia Confronts ‘Free Trade’ Damage, Debates National Economic Strategy  

by Rachel Douglas

Business Briefs


LaRouche, in Milan: ‘Real Leadership Is Needed’  

by Claudio Celani

In March, U.S. Presidential pre-candidate Lyndon LaRouche visited Milan, Italy, for private and public meetings with legislators, businessmen, and supporters. He intersected strong disapproval of current U.S. foreign policy, and preoccupation with the consequences of the Mideast conflict, a possible war against Iraq, and the global economic collapse.

Entrepreneurship and the Moral Mission-Orientation of Economics

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Opening remarks to a forum of the Iniziativa Italia, on March 22, in Milan, Italy.

Who’s Been Making U.S. Policy on Colombia?

by Dennis Small

Voters Have Rejected Surrender by Pastrana

by Maximiliano Londoño Penilla

Is Bush’s Crusade For Or Against Terrorism?

by Luis Vásquez Medina

Intelligence Intrigues Erupt in Blair’s Britain

by Alan Clayton

Africa Backs Zimbabwe, But Buys Globalization

by Lydia Cherry and David Cherry

China Targetted by S.E. Asia War Games

by Michael Billington

U.S. Could Trigger India-Pakistan War

by Ramtanu Maitra

International Intelligence


Ashcroft Unveils ‘Freedom’s Corpse’ Police-State Program

by Anton Chaitkin

The faction driving America toward a global “Clash of Civilizations” war, now seeks to exploit the fear engendered by the Sept. 11 attacks, to create a gestapo.

Ashcroft’s DOJ Wages Jihad Against Muslim Americans

by Edward Spannaus

Military’s CINCs Warn Congress on Iraq War  

by Carl Osgood

Congressional Closeup

by Carl Osgood

National News


Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

The U.S. 2004 Democratic Presidential pre-candidate forecasts the options for the Middle East.



Carlos Cota Meza (1953-2002).