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Volume 9, Number 31, August 17, 1982

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Interviews

Sridath Ramphal, Secretary-General, British Commonwealth  

by Peter Rush

Interviewed at a Society for International Development (SID) conference, he confirms that the new proposal by Robert McNamara for centralized global credit controls is the Brandt Commission plan.

Dudley Seers of the Society for International Development  

by Peter Rush

This veteran of Sussex University’s British Foreign Office deployments describes a blueprint for turning southern Europe into a balkanized “Third World” extension.

Departments

Energy Insider  

by William Engdahl

Not another energy reorganization.

Africa Report  

by Douglas DeGroot and Mary Lalevée

The IMF’s warning to Kenya.

Middle East Report  

by Thierry Lalevée

Egypt’s star rises.

Dateline Mexico  

by Josefina Menéndez

New low point in U.S.-Mexico relations.

Editorial  

“Christians who are not Christians.”

Economics

Mathematics Breakthrough To Be Released in September  

EIR’s LaRouche-Riemann model will be able to quantify the relations between energy-flux-density and relative potential population.

Currency Rates  

Evil-Doings at the Bohemian Grove: Another Credit Cutoff Maneuver  

by David Goldman

Europe, Japan, and the United States are supposed to be blackmailed into accepting it.

The Society for International Development Presents McNamara Policy in Baltimore  

by Peter Rush and Lonnie Wolfe

Along with Aquarian “grassroots organizing.”

Documentation: An interview provided to EIR with an Overseas Development Council official.

Domestic Credit  

by Richard Freeman

Conti’s not the only one.

World Trade  

by Leif Johnson

Taking the U.S. for a ride.

Trade Review  

by Mark Sonnenblick

Business Briefs  

Special Report

How the Club of Rome Intends To Increase the Global Death Rate  

by Christina Nelson Huth

The Link Between Energy Use and Population Growth Potential  

by Uwe Parpart

By Contributing Editor and Fusion Energy Foundation Research Director Uwe Parpart.

How World Population Potential Has Grown  

The United States Is Failing To Reproduce Its Population  

By Steven Bardwell, EIR’s Military Editor and Editor-in-Chief of Fusion magazine.

The Roman Model of Mass Depopulation  

by Kenneth Kronberg

Colombian Economist Scores Malthusians  

by Valerie Rush

Julio Silva Colmenares exposes the World Bank’s depopulation program.

International

New Evidence of Kissinger’s Role in Aldo Moro Murder  

by Umberto Pascali

Introducing the Comité de Monte Carlo, and reviewing the reason the former Secretary of State wanted to avert a Christian Democratic-Communist Party “historic compromise.”

A Kidnap Plot Against Helga Zepp-LaRouche  

The current project of Kissinger and Roy M. Cohn.

The Final Doublecross: Has the U.S. Lost the Middle East?  

by Criton Zoakos

A strategic assessment.

Panama’s President Royo Was Ousted By the British  

by Gretchen Small

Future destabilizations include a threat to the canal.

Gandhi’s Visit Poses Development Option to the Reagan Administration  

by Paul Zykofsky

Documentation: Excerpts from the Prime Minister’s statements and addresses.

The Frankfurt Mafia: Part II  

by Volcker Hassmann

The real Helabank scandal.

International Intelligence  

National

Kissinger’s Secret Agenda for the White House  

by Richard Cohen

After a November electoral debacle for the GOP, specific policies are to be imposed by the avowed British agent on a politically crippled President. If you thought Haig was a disaster.

U.S. Fusion Budget To Become a PR Joke?  

by Mary McCourt

Instead of fulfilling the legislative mandate for an engineering prototype to bring cheap, limitless nuclear energy on line, the administration and some physicists have fall into “image” and “competition” traps.

Book Review  

by Criton Zoakos

The Toynbee Factor in British Grand Strategy, by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Eye on Washington  

by Freyda Greenberg

Congressional Closeup  

by Ronald Kokinda and Susan Kokinda

National News  

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