The Beast-Man Syndrome and the
`Air Terrorism' of World War II
Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. commissions a new book on the three "Beast-Man Syndromes of the 20th Century": the rise of fascism, 1921-45; the Allied fire-bombing of civilian populations, and unjustified nuclear-bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki; and the combined effect of the 1962 Cuban Missiles Crisis, the 1963 Kennedy assassination, and the Indochina War.
Edward Spannaus traces the history of today's murderous "shock and awe" doctrine, back to the terror bombing against Germany and Japan in World War II.
The fall of the government of Gonzalo Sánchez de Lozada, after a month of violent demonstrations against his rule, was the fruits of the International Monetary Fund, and Sánchez de Lozada's unwavering subservience to the IMF's policies.
Coca Troops Use Soros $$
`Buenos Aires Consensus'
Should Have Dumped IMF
China's Giant Step Into
Manned Space Exploration
Galileo: Europe Building Global
Satellite Navigation Net
The CDU's Neo-Con Economics
Tehran's decision, urged by European leaders, to sign an additional protocol to the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty hits the plans of Dick Cheney and his stable of neo-conservatives in Washington, to destabilize Iran and the region.
Bush Ducks and Dives Through Asia
Bush in the Philippines
Organization of Islamic Conference:
Why Neo-Cons Really Hate
Malaysia's Dr. Mahathir
Documentation: From Dr. Mahathir bin Mohamad's keynote speech to the OIC.
Blessed Mother Teresa:
A Fleeting Glimpse Of the Sublime
U.S. Taxpayers Finance
Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. comments on the controversy at the Frankfurt Book Fair over author Susan Sontag's speech on "Liberature Is Freedom."
Myanmar Is on `Regime Change' List,
Charges U.S. Specialist
An interview with Dr. David Steinberg.
Lyndon LaRouche's Oct. 22 webcast address in Washington, D.C., in which he outlined the emergency measures he will take as President, immediately upon assuming that office.
Voices of Rationality
From the U.S. Senate
Senators Robert Byrd and Ted Kennedy speak out on the disastrous failure of the Bush Administration's Iraq policy, and the latter receives a notable public-service award.
Navy Officers Break Silence on USS Liberty
Congress Probes Coverup of Iraq Casualties
Israelis' Call for Peace Unhinges Cheney
The Senate Subcommittee on Near Eastern and South Asian Affairs takes testimony from Dror Etkes, coordinator of the Settlements Watch team of Peace Now; and Rabbi Michael Melchior, the former Deputy Prime Minister of Israel.
Dr. David Steinberg
The Director of Asian Studies at the Georgetown School of Foreign Service, Dr. Steinberg is one of the nation's foremost specialists on Myanmar.
Report From Germany
The CDU's Neo-Con Economics.
`Geneva Peace Moves Are Important'