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Volume 10, Number 7, February 22, 1983

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Interview

Juan José Taccone  

by Cynthia Rush

A leader of Argentina’s Peronist Partido Justicialista, a potential vice-presidential candidate in this year’s election, and a longtime labor leader who is currently international coordinator of the Office of Latin American Economic Information.

Departments

Andean Report  

by Carlos Cota Meza

Colombia averts coup threat.

Middle East Report  

by Judith Wyer

The Gulf war and oil prices.

Dateline Mexico  

by Josefina Menéndez

Wharton goes for the kill.

Congressional Closeup  

by Ronald Kokinda and Susan Kokinda

Editorial  

The case of Jacques Freymond.

Economics

The Saudis, the Financial Markets, and the Oil Price  

by David Goldman

Saudi Arabia has its own blueprint for oil prices, which can judo the price drop Britain engineered at the January OPEC meeting. Following up on last week’s Special Report, Economics Editor David Goldman outlines the potential effects of Saudi independent action on the world oil market.

The IMF Advances Its Timetable for a Global Dictatorship over Credit Flows  

by Kathy Burdman

Report from the Fund’s Interim Committee meeting in Washington.

Currency Rates  

Gold  

by Montresor

Agriculture  

by Cynthia Parsons

Trade Review  

by Mark Sonnenblick

Business Briefs  

Special Report

Will Israel Find the Moral Fitness To Survive?  

by Nancy Coker and Mark Burdman

The removal of Ariel Sharon as Israel’s Minister of Defense has created new openings for Israeli nationalists to regain their country, and to pursue peace.

EIR Exposé Dampens Fundamentalist Plot  

A translation from the Israeli press condemning Sharon’s alliance with U.S.-based Christian fundamentalists.

‘Greater Israel’ Policy Brings the Israel Economy to Breaking Point  

by Richard Katz

Israel’s decline is fast reaching the point of no return—unless the state-building perspectives of the 1950s are revived.

From Milton Friedman to Shmuel Flatto-Sharon  

International

Can Brandt Commission Subvert the Non-Aligned?  

by Daniel Sneider

The draft document for the summit, authored by British Commonwealth operatives from the World Bank’s Brandt Commission, would throw the Non-Aligned movement over the cliffs of the “new world central bank”—a euphemism for fascism.

L.K. Jha: Profile of a Neo-Colonial Agent  

by Susan Brady

A sponsor of the document has revealed that the “new world central bank” proposal comes originally from Hitler’s Economics Minister.

Gandhi Strengthened as Summit Nears  

by Paul Zykofsky

The Congress Party’s electoral gains in the Feb. 5 New Delhi municipal elections.

Ibero-Americans Kept Away from the Summit?  

by Christian Curtis

Argentina’s Political Parties Battle the Austerity Policy of the IMF  

by Cynthia Rush

Colombian Press: ‘Club of Life Vital to Third World’  

Ríos Montt’s Shadow over Central America  

by Timothy Rush

The new Pol Pot’s soldiers are practicing cannibalism.

Guatemala Moves To Destabilize Mexico  

The Bulgarian Connection Leads Back to Western Terror Networks  

by Umberto Pascali

International Intelligence  

National

What Anglo-Swiss Agents Have in Store for the U.S.  

by Nora Hamerman and Graham Lowry

Starting with the Senator from Davos, Bill Bradley of New Jersey. Congress has not yet been hammer-locked into an IMF bailout, however.

NDPC Changes Shape of National Politics  

by Patricia Salisbury

The National Democratic Policy Committee is running scores of electoral campaigns all over the country, on behalf of the New World Economic Order.

How the McNamara Faction Wrecked U.S. Antiballistic Missile Defense Capability  

by Robert Gallagher

One of the McNamara tactics was to claim that a better technology was just around the corner—so current efforts needn’t be funded.

Reversing the Decline in U.S. Science Policy  

Recommendations from the New York-based Fusion Energy Foundation.

National News  

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