Volume 29, Number 23, June 14, 2002


Arabs Turn to LaRouche for Strategic Vision for Mideast  

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

In the U.A.E.’s capital, Abu Dhabi, leading personalities from Arab oil-producing nations gathered at the Zayed Centre for Coordination and Follow-Up of the Arab League; they heard Lyndon LaRouche speak on “The Mideast as a Strategic Crossroad.” His participation underscored the growing influence of his ideas in the Arab and Islamic world, especially since the dramatic events of Sept. 11.

The Middle East as a Strategic Crossroad  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Address to the Zayed Centre for Coordination and Follow-Up on “The Mideast as a Strategic Crossroad.” Includes questions and answers.

Conference Is Big Story in Arabic Mass Media

by Hussein Askary al-Nadeem


Moody’s Attack May Be Last Straw for Japan

by Kathy Wolfe

The downgrading of Japanese Government Bonds to “junk” level has infuriated officials of the world’s biggest creditor nation, which has the world’s biggest foreign reserves, and a huge foreign account surplus.

Mexico: Corpse of Free Trade Is Starting To Stink

by Marivilia Carrasco

Desperate African Presidents Court Self-Destruction in Nepad Plan  

by David Cherry

Systemic Crisis Runs Through World Economy

by Lothar Komp

Poland: ‘We Have a Feeling Like 1939!’

by Frank Hahn


Today’s Likud Is the Party of Fascist Vladimir Jabotinsky

by Harley Schlanger

It is entirely justifiable to describe Israel’s Prime Minister Sharon as a fascist, who is acting against the interests of the people of Israel. Sharon, as in the cases of the Likud Prime Ministers who preceded him—Menachem Begin, Yitzhak Shamir, and Benjamin Netanyahu—is an adherent to the racist, anti-human outlook of Vladimir Jabotinsky, the man whom Israel’s first Prime Minister, David Ben-Gurion, called “Vladimir Hitler.”

Rabin’s Assassins: The Jabotinsky Gang

Will Israel Outlive Its Fascists? Jabotinsky: Mussolini’s Favorite

by Steven Meyer

Affirm the Mendelssohn Defense of the Soul

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

‘Vladimir Hitler’ and Rabbi Kook

Vladimir Jabotinsky: A Creature of Lord Palmerston’s Zoo

by Joseph Brewda


Argentina Offered Alternative to National Economic Suicide

by Gretchen Small

EIR Ibero-American Intelligence Director Dennis Small, representing Lyndon LaRouche, visited Buenos Aires to deliver a message of hope to a nation facing an existential crisis.

Argentina’s Monsignor Aguer: Here, Too, LaRouche’s Thinking Finds an Echo

Peru Upset as National Heroes Are in the Dock

by Luis Vásquez Medina

In Memoriam: Thor Heyerdahl—A Man Who Was Both Humble, and Proud

by Rick Sanders

Eurasian Diplomacy Reviving at Almaty and St. Petersburg

by Mary Burdman

Israel’s Beilin Forms New Political Movement  

by Dean Andromidas

Philippines Power Shift Puts U.S. on Notice  

by Michael Billington

Can East Timor Beat the Odds Against It?

by Gail G. Billington


Ashcroft Police-State Moves Destroying Law Enforcement

by Edward Spannaus

Since Sept. 11, Attorney General John Ashcroft has launched a sweeping drive to reverse all the restrictions and guidelines that were imposed on the FBI and Justice Department since the 1970s, and give the FBI sweeping new powers that go beyond what existed in the decades preceding the 1970s reforms.

LaRouche Spokesperson Told Senate: Ashcroft as Attorney General Threatens Constitutional Rule

by Debra Hanania Freeman

Who Did Kill Cock Robin, After All?

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

LaRouche: Don’t Try To Impose Kashmir Agreement

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Brookings Demands U.S. Troops in Kashmir

by Umberto Pascali

FDR Embodied American Intellectual Tradition

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.



McCain’s White House “Mole Hill.”