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Volume 5, Number 50, December 26, 1978

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This Week

Shaping U.S. Foreign Policy for 1979  

Kissinger’s geopolitics arc leading the nation toward war.

New Michigan Coalition Declares War on Dope  

by David Goldman

Mexican Oil-The One Fix the New York Times Won’t Push  

Third World

China Plays the ‘America Card’  

Is Brzezinski’s “ace” a wild card the U.S. can’t handle?

1. The ‘New China’ Versus the ‘Old’  

by Peter Rush

Soviets to U.S.: World Peace At Stake in China Policy  

Chinese Press Exhorts Nation To Modernize  

Wall Posters Attack Cultural Revolution, Mao, even Teng.

2. U.S. Allies Opt for the ‘New China’  

by Peter Ennis

Includes an exclusive interview with NYU Far East specialist James Hsiung.

3. Asians Alarmed at U.S China Ties  

Special Report

A Correction of U.S. China Policy  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

The trouble is that the U.S. doesn’t have a real foreign policy.

International

The EMS’s Global Strategy Unfolds  

by Vivian Zoakos

But the U.S. remains mired in the recession obsession.

France Defines ‘EMS’ as Global Economic Development  

by Dana Sloan

Includes details on the French proposal for a $100 billion international development plan.

The Problem with the U.S. Economic Debate  

by Lydia Dittler

Why Robert Triffin Is So Muddled  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

LaRouche clarifies the role of paper credit in a healthy economy.

Energy

Behind OPEC’s New Oil Pricing Policy  

by Judith Wyer

Yamani sees price freeze in 1979  

Arab Monetary Fund Fights for Stability  

An exclusive interview with the head of the Fund.

Economics

Teamsters Upset the Austerity Scenario  

by Lonnie Wolfe and Matthew Moriarty

The Dean of Dereg: Alfred Kahn  

Q. What’s Wrong with Dereg?  

A. It’s Unconstitutional — B. It Will Wreck the Economy.

U.S. Report

Brzezinski Tries To Keep the EMS Out of Mexico  

by Tim Rush

The story of Presidential Review Memorandum-41.

Counterintelligence

Discover Plot Against Saudi Arabia  

by Robert Dreyfuss

Murder of Faisal tied to U.S based British intelligence networks.

Economic Survey

New Dynamics of East-West Trade  

by Rachel Berthoff

The Soviets’ 1979 plan is for city-building despite constraints.

City-Building in the U.S.S.R.  

The Debate over the EMS Breaks Open  

by Susan Welsh

Novosti’s release to the EIR, “The Economic Function of Gold,” shows where the policy fight stands in the Soviet Union.

U.S. Business: More East-West Trade  

by Maureen Manning

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