Volume 30, Number 8, February 28, 2003


‘Second Superpower’ Jams Up the Works of New Mideast War  

by Elisabeth Hellenbroich and Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

Lyndon LaRouche summed up the situation on Feb. 15, when many millions of people were demonstrating against the war: “We have come to a point, that the war is still not prevented. But, we have seen the world move from a point of pessimism about an inevitable war, to a strong conviction, even from leaders of nations who had shown cowardice or wavering beforehand, who are now determined, on behalf of the human race as a whole: This war shall not happen!”


World Grain Stocks Plunge; Food Aid Needs Go Begging

by Marcia Merry Baker and Rock Steinbach

Principal donor nations are holding back food from the relief pipeline, not because of declining world grain stocks—although they have fallen drastically—but because of governmental policy decisions.

UN: Starvation Threatens the Palestinians

by Dean Andromidas

Save the Airlines, Re-Regulate Now!

by Anita Gallagher

The major U.S. air carriers, led by bankrupt United Airlines, are in a meatgrinder of destruction—the only difference in their fates, being which one is first on the conveyor belt.

Water for Development by Nuclear Desalination

by Hycham Basta

A report on the International Conference on the Use of Nuclear Power in Desalinating Seawater, held in Marrakech, Morocco.

Energy Deregulation Has Failed in Ontario

by Richard Sanders


LaRouche Youth Movement Unleashed: ‘This Is Our Time’

by Susan Welsh

The LaRouche movement met in Reston, Virginia on Presidents’ Day weekend, for the semi-annual conference of the Schiller Institute and International Caucus of Labor Committees.

In the Aftermath of January 28th  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Keynote address by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. on Feb. 15.

The View From ‘Old Europe’  

by Helga Zepp-LaRouche

Her keynote address on Feb. 16.


Kikaya bin Karubi

The Minister of Information of the Democratic Republic of Congo, during a visit to Washington, spoke to EIR on the effort to bring peace and stability to his country.

Gen. Leonid Ivashov

General Ivashov is vice president of the Geopolitical Studies Academy in Moscow, and formerly headed the International Relations Directorate of the Russian Ministry of Defense.


Moves Afoot To Dump War-Monger Blair

by Mark Burdman

The ouster of British Prime Minister Tony Blair, the Bush Administration’s main ally for the war drive against Iraq, might well be a qualitative event that could knock the war off course. Blair is increasingly isolated politically in Britain.

Witness: Blair ‘Feart’ of Mass Demonstrations

by Alan Clayton

A report from Glasgow.

Colombia: Govt. Seeks Continental Anti-Terror Mobilization

by Valerie Rush

Hopes for Peace in Congo Still Elusive

by Uwe Friesecke

Can New Treaties Lead To Peace in Congo?

by Lawrence K. Freeman

An interview with Minister of Information Kikaya bin Karubi.

Belgian Court Rules on Sharon War Crimes Trial

by Dean Andromidas

‘Sensible Forces’ Join Against U.S. Policy

An interview with Gen. Leonid Ivashov.


Showdown at Winter DNC Meeting: Will Democrats Be the Party of Lyndon LaRouche or Marc Rich?  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

A brawl erupted at the Democratic National Committee’s Winter 2003 meeting because of its continuing efforts to exclude LaRouche from the party’s Presidential selection process.

President Bush Must Fire Ashcroft  

by Edward Spannaus

JINSA Man Named as ‘Viceroy of Baghdad’

by Carl Osgood

A profile of Lt. Gen. Jay Garner (ret.).

Anti-War Actions in U.S. Just Beginning

by Scott Thompson

Congressional Closeup

by Carl Osgood



War Can Still Be Stopped.