Volume 30, Number 9, March 7, 2003


The Human Race Says No, at the Brink of Iraq War  

by Michele Steinberg and William Jones

The irony of having Lyndon LaRouche, America’s best known champion of peace, as a guest of honor at the same Feb. 26 Kuwait Embassy celebration as Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld, the advocate of preemptive war on Iraq, focussed a battle between America’s republican and “imperial” policies, which has mobilized the whole world.

Facing Global ‘No War,’ U.S. Plays ‘Monopoly’

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

Revolt Against Blair Explodes Across U.K.  

by Mark Burdman

Africa Unites Against Iraq War

by David Cherry

The Pope Leads Diplomacy for Peace

by Claudio Celani


Disarray in Crisis Is Clear Among G-7 Finance Ministers

by Paul Gallagher

The Feb. 21-22 Paris meeting meeting of the G-7 Finance Ministers and central bank governors had been expected to indicate what monetary moves the industrialized nations would take to meet the shock of a new Mideast war. But, the ministers threw up their hands at the prospect of deepening global depression.

Emergency Meetings over German Bank Crisis

by Lothar Komp

Pro-American Germans Oppose Iraq War  

by Rainer Apel

Brazil: Lula About To Slam Into Soros’ ‘Wall of Money’

by Dennis Small

What Follows Brazil’s ‘Great Expectations’?

by Adriano Benayon

A guest commentary.

Major Airlines Will Go Bankrupt Without LaRouche’s Re-Regulation

by Anita Gallagher

Kolkata: Mother Teresa’s Haunt

by Ramtanu Maitra


José Rizal and the Challenge of Philippines Independence

by John D. Morris

The story of the Philippines’ national hero, Dr. José Rizal, and his family, is representative of the courageous spirit and moral intellect, the sublime quality of leadership, that makes possible the emergence of an independent nation from colonialized, disunited, or economically looted territories.


Sharon Forms New War Government in Israel

by Dean Andromidas

Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon has formed a government which is the furthest right in more than a decade.

An America ‘Posse’ Heads for Philippines

by Michael Billington

Anti-U.S. Taliban Ready to Strike

by Ramtanu Maitra

Including a profile of Gulbuddin Hekmatyar, the U.S.’s former best friend, now labelled a terrorist.

FARC Narcos Goad Bush To Invade S. America

by Gretchen Small

Pro-Drug Soros Ally Forced Out of UN Post

by Lotta-Stina Thronell

Non-Aligned Movement Revives a Voice for the Third World

by Michael Billington

The Spirit of Bandung

by Michael Billington

Excerpts from a history of the Non-Aligned Movement.


LaRouche Becoming the Issue in the Democratic Party  

Lyndon LaRouche, who is seeking the 2004 Democratic Presidential nomination, returned on Feb. 23-25 to Arkansas, where he garnered more than 22% of the vote in the year 2000 Democratic Presidential primary. LaRouche’s support has grown in both depth and breadth—while the Gore-Lieberman organized-crime-linked machine seems to have learned little from its past fatal errors.

‘To Deal With a Depression’

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Address to members of the Black Caucus of Arkansas, in Pine Bluff, Arkansas on Feb. 24.

Nuclear First-Strike Plan: It Keeps Getting Scarier  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

The Ghost of Bertrand Russell Stalks Cheney-Rumsfeld Pentagon  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Lieberman Again Claims Bush’s Iraq Policy

by Scott Thompson

Imagery Intelligence of U.S. Blurred

by Ray McGovern

Ray McGovern was a CIA analyst for 27 years, and is co-founder of Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity.



The Fight for Peace.