Volume 29, Number 33, August 30, 2002


LaRouche Keynotes ISSS Conference on World and China  

by Harley Schlanger

The Institute of Sino Strategic Studies held its “Seventh Annual Conference on the Re-emergence of China,” attended by scholars, intellectuals, and political activists from the United States, Taiwan, and the People’s Republic of China.

China in a Changing World  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

“We must judge the long-term effects of the present generation’s decisions over a period of not less than fifty years ahead. What do we intend the condition of China and neighboring Asia to be fifty years from now? That should be the agenda for policy deliberation of the Americas and Europe with China today.”

Eurasian Land-Bridge as an Alternative

by Helga Zepp-LaRouche

A presentation by the founder of the Schiller Institute.

Reflections on a New Basis for U.S.-China Economic Relations

by Jonathan Tennenbaum

A presentation by the scientific advisor to the Schiller Institute and EIR.


Creditors Are Bleeding Brazil Even Dryer Than Argentina

by Gretchen Small

The government of President Fernando Henrique Cardoso refuses to face up to the fact that the international financial system to which it has tied Brazil’s fate, is far more bankrupt than Brazil itself.

LaRouche Hits ‘Country Risk Ratings’ as Corrupt

West Nile Lesson: Restore Public Health

by Marcia Merry Baker

LaRouche to Bush: Overturn DDT Ban

Bold Vision Needed for Europe’s Reconstruction

by Rainer Apel

Germany: Invest ‘Job Bonds’ in Transport

by Lothar Komp

How To Repair the Flood Damage

by Helga Zepp-LaRouche

India’s Economic Worries Grow: Vajpayee Promises Infrastructure

Business Briefs


Venezuela Marches Down the Road to Civil War

by David Ramonet

Mob followers of President Hugo Chávez attempted to assault the Venezuelan Supreme Court, when the court ruled in favor of four high-level officers of the Armed Forces facing possible charges of military rebellion. National Guardsmen repelled the mob, defying express orders from the Chávez government.

National Argentine Radio Hosts LaRouche

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Shall Lyndon LaRouche Be the Arabs’ Favorite Presidential Candidate?

by Sohair Soukkary

This review of LaRouche’s Presidential electability and policies, by a Washington-based Egyptian journalist, has appeared in edited versions in at least half a dozen major newspapers in Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, and online throughout the Mideast.

Macedonian Patriots Play ‘LaRouche Card’

by Umberto Pascali

LaRouche Featured in New Macedonian Magazine

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

From an interview appearing in the first issue of the new Macedonian magazine Manifest.

U.S. Utopians Move In on the Philippines  

Gladstone Holder: A World Citizen With a Passion for Classical Culture  

by Timothy Rush

In Memoriam.


Iraq War-Party Is Under Attack by Republican Leaders

by Edward Spannaus

Republican traditionalists have concluded that the Bush Administration’s policy agenda has been hijacked by the neo-conservatives and their allied Christian-Zionist circles, and that the Republican Party was heading for election losses, unless an effort was mounted to break their grip

Don’t Attack Saddam

by Brent Scowcroft

By the former National Security Advisor in the Gerald Ford and George H.W. Bush Administrations.

Kucinich Forum Hears Opposition to Iraq War

by Suzanne Rose

Rumsfeld’s ‘Feith and Bum’ Corps: What Is Defense Policy Board?  

by Michele Steinberg

Why Does Perle Have Security Clearance?

by Jeffrey Steinberg and Michele Steinberg

The case of Perle’s collaborator Steven Bryen raises big questions, which were asked already in 1984 by Michael Saba, in his book, The Armageddon Network.

McCain Bill Deepens Organized Crime’s Lock on Government  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Documentation: An excerpt from EIR’s 1992 book, The Ugly Truth About the ADL.


Pedagogical: Hyperbolic Functions: A Fugue Across 25 Centuries

by Bruce Director


Infrastructure as National Security.


Our caption on p. 9 last week incorrectly named Colombia’s new President, who is Alvaro Uribe Vélez. In the previous issue, of Aug. 16, the photo on p. 49 showed U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell with Indian Deputy Prime Minister Lal Krishna Advani.