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Volume 9, Number 30, August 10, 1982

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Departments

Investigative Leads  

by Herb Strong (Herbert Quinde)

Qaddafi and neo-Nazis spur terror outbreak

Middle East Report  

by Mark Burdman

Dr. Strangelove in Israel’s cabinet.

Dateline Mexico  

by Josefina Menéndez

The ABCs of destabilization.

Interviews

Spanish Defense Minister Alberto Oliart  

On the NATO command there and NATO “out-of-area deployments.”

Spanish Interior Minister Juan José Rosón  

Spain is not unaffected by the drug plague. Minister Rosón calls it a conspiracy.

Eugenio Marín, head of the Spanish Employers’ Association  

The need for an even more aggressive nuclear program, and the fallacies of Malthusianism.

Antonio Garrigues Walker, Spanish Trilateral Commissioner  

Contending that the concept of national sovereignty is outmoded.

Economics

Britain Declares World Banking in Default  

by Kathy Burdman

The New York Federal Reserve confirms the City of London’s policy of “controlled disintegration.”

Big Five Banks Near the Edge of the Cliff  

by Richard Freeman

Canada’s bloated financial institutions sit on top of the fastest-shrinking economy in the West.

Currency Rates  

Helmut Schmidt on the Depression Danger  

Excerpts from his July 22 speech in San Francisco.

LaRouche-Riemann Model Projects Colombia’s Growth  

Case Study: Colombia: Capital Investment and Education Essential to Economic Development  

by Dr. Uwe Parpart

The Model Results for Colombia  

by Peter Rush

The World’s Largest Coal Mine  

Banking  

by Kathy Burdman

Colombian scandal greets new President.

‘There Will, Too, Be a U.S. Recovery!’  

by Euphemius G. Quackenbush

A rejoinder to EIR.

Trade Review  

by Mark Sonnenblick

Business Briefs  

Special Report

Spain: Resurgent Nation or Next Socialist Victim?  

by Katherine Kanter and Vivian Zoakos

An overview of Spain’s political constellations, and its international importance as a counterforce to those who want to make southern Europe part of a “Third World” subjected to enforced backwardness and fragmentation.

Documentation: Interviews with Spain’s Defense Minister, Interior Minister, national employers’ association chief, and Trilateral Commission representative.

How Spain Can Reach Recovery and Growth  

by Richard Schulman

A programmatic outline for the tenth most industrialized nation in the world.

International

The Man Behind the Middle East Carnage  

by Criton Zoakos

Editor-in-Chief Criton Zoakos on the Lebanon conjuncture and the phenomenon of Kissinger redux.

Henry Kissinger, Italy’s Socialists, and the Assassination of Aldo Moro  

by Nora Hamerman and Fiorella Operto

Part II of our first-hand coverage of the trial of the Red Brigades murderers of the Christian Democratic leader.

Mexico’s Insurgent PAN Is a Creation of the Inquisition Networks in Central Europe  

by Timothy Rush

Its leaders are overtly pro-Nazi.

Guatemala: The Controllers of Ayatollah Ríos Montt  

by Gretchen Small

Including Gen. Vernon Walters and the sponsors of the Rev. Jim Jones.

The Frankfurt Mafia  

by Volcker Hassmann

Part I of an exposé that travels from Swiss banks to the Lanksy mob in Florida back to West Germans like Walter Hesselbach, who has done so much to undermine the political parties there.

International Intelligence  

National

The Sonnenfeldt Ploy and the November Coup Plan  

by Richard Cohen

The policy content of the Kissinger faction’s plan to take over the White House altogether after an electoral debacle for the GOP is: restoring the China Card, imposing economic corporatism, and accelerating the downfall of Helmut Schmidt Chancellor.

The Promise of U.S. X-Ray Laser Defense  

by Charles B. Stevens and Steven Bardwell

If the American public were properly informed, they would support this genuinely “cost-effective” antiballisic missile technology. Energy densities are the key to its superiority.

Indira Gandhi in Washington, D.C.: A New Opening  

by Paul Zykofsky

New Delhi Bureau Chief Paul Zykofsky reports from the nation’s capital on the Tarapur agreement and the spirit of the Prime Minister’s meeting with President Reagan.

Congressional Closeup  

by Susan Kokinda and Ronald Kokinda

National News  

Editorial  

Keep Henry Kissinger out of Israel.

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