by Jeffrey Steinberg
Explosive new reports document how Coalition Provisional Authority proconsul Paul Bremer, during his tenure in Iraq, wrecked the potential for a viable exit strategy, and gave a license to steal to Dick Cheney’s Halliburton and other “private military corporations” (PMCs).
by Carl Osgood
by Gerald Rose
When the advocates of privatizing U.S. military functions today speak of “a return to neo-feudalism,” they are not being metaphorical. Their actual model is the Crusades—the medieval wars by private armies against what were then incipient nation-states.
by Gretchen Small
Lyndon LaRouche visited Monterrey, Mexico on March 29, to address the 27th Symposium on International Economics: “Visionomics: Challenges and Proposals for Mexico,” held on the campus of the Monterrey Technological Institute.
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
Lyndon LaRouche’s speech in Monterrey. Calling for a return to nuclear power, LaRouche said, “We can no longer live as primitives, going back to nature. We must now begin to create the environment we require to maintain a higher quality of life. And Mexico’s a good place to do it. I think Mexicans would appreciate doing that.”
by Edward Spannaus
The Constitution-be-damned attitude of the Bush-Cheney Administration has provoked significant institutional opposition.
An interview with Dr. Justin Frank.
by Paul Gallagher
The U.S. auto sector is collapsing, and Congress is making no effort to retool this industrial capability for the major, modern infrastructural tasks and projects which are vital for the nation.
An interview with Mark Sweazy.
by Richard Freeman
Documentation: Reuther’s retooling plan to build rail and housing.
by Cynthia R. Rush
A Felix Rohatyn-linked French water company took over a privatized Argentine water company, in order to loot it.
Documentation: From a press conference by Argentine Planning Minister Julio De Vido.
Instability is sweeping through Europe, threatening to topple governments, and creating the danger of fascist regimes.
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
An interview with Mikhail Khvostov.
by Rachel Douglas
by Helga Zepp-LaRouche
by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach
A report from a conference of the Peace Research Institute Frankfurt, on “The Nuclearization of the Broader Middle East as a Challenge for Transatlantic Policy Coordination.”
An interview with Dr. Tim Guldimann.
An interview with Dr. Ali Soltanieh.
by Dean Andromidas
by Ramtanu Maitra
The president of UAW Local 969, in Columbus, Ohio, Sweazy is mobilizing pressure on Congress to retool the auto industry, to rebuild collapsing infrastructure.
His Excellency Khvostov is the Ambassador of Belarus to the United States. He earlier served as Ambassador to Canada, an advisor to the President of Belarus, served as Deputy Prime Minister, and Minister of Foreign Affairs.
Dr. Guldimann is the former Swiss Ambassador to Iran. He presented the International Crisis Group’s proposal for solving the conflict with Iran, at the Berlin conference of the Peace Research Institute Frankfurt.
His Excellency Dr. Soltanieh is the permanent representative of the Islamic Republic of Iran to the International Atomic Energy Agency in Vienna.
Dr. Frank, a Washington, D.C.-based psychoanalyst and Professor of Psychiatry at George Washington University Medical School, is the author of the bestselling book, Bush on the Couch: Inside the Mind of the President.