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Volume 10, Number 14, April 12, 1983

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Interviews

Ricardo de la Espriella  

by Carlos Wesley

The President of Panama discusses the possibility of a debtors’ cartel.

Juan José Amado  

by Carlos Wesley

Panama’s Foreign Minister explains why his country opposes U.S. military intervention in Central America.

Uwe Parpart-Henke  

The Fusion Energy Foundation research director elaborates at length on the points he made in the Associated Press interview which appeared worldwide.

Departments

Report from Italy  

by Marco Fanini

A bitter cup for the D.A.

Dateline Mexico  

by Josefina Menéndez

Chiapas again.

Congressional Closeup  

by Ronald Kokinda and Susan Kokinda

Editorial  

The New York Times: tactics and strategy.

Economics

Debt Pushed Off Agenda at the G-77 Meeting?  

by Peter Ennis and Dennis Small

A first-hand report from Buenos Aires, where developing-sector nations put themselves under the thumb of the IMF’s Commonwealth proxies in preliminary sessions.

Volcker Faction Still Hopes To Force Cuts  

by Kathy Burdman

The advocates of defense spending reductions are the sponsors of the “New Bretton Woods” proposal.

After the Oil Price Drop  

by Judith Wyer

Saudi Arabia and Iraq have slowed project construction, and thus world trade.

Panama: Five Years of Nation-Building Threatened by Anti-Industrial Policies  

by Carlos Wesley

The Barletta grouping wants a “service economy,” and the drive to expand population has been reversed, reports Carlos Wesley after an extended visit. Part Two of his report will focus on the need for a second Panama Canal.

Currency Rates  

U.S. Forecasters Put Themselves on a Limb  

by Leif Johnson

Banking  

by Kathy Burdman

Business Briefs  

Special Report

America Has the Science To Develop Beam Weapons  

by Paul Gallagher

Laboratory Programs Show Near-Term Feasibility of Directed-Beam Defense  

by Robert Gallagher

Nine Falsehoods About Beam Weapons  

by Steven Bardwell

The Hoax of the Nuclear Test Ban Treaty: Civilian and Military Progress Obstructed  

by Robert Gallagher

ABM Accord Does Not Ban Beam Weaponry  

How the Fusion Energy Foundation Fought for Energy-Beam Development  

International

After the Reagan Speech, the Politicians Are Still Babbling  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

The President Has Put Moscow on the Spot  

by Rachel Douglas

Europe Responds to the End of the MAD Era  

Excerpts from the press and from statements by political leaders.

Israel and the Arab World Face a Growing Danger of Religious Wars  

by Mark Burdman

New documentation concerning the fundamentalists’ controllers on both sides.

‘Brave New World’ in Olof Palme’s Sweden  

by Claes Wahl

International Intelligence  

National

Reagan Announces an Age of Scientific Progress  

by Graham Lowry

How the President, the Defense Secretary, and other spokesmen have described the new military policy.

Unholy Alliance Keeps Up Reagangate Game  

by Scott Thompson

The effort to oust General Rowny is part of the scenario.

Congressmen Begin To Consider Beam Weapons  

by Susan Kokinda

Resolutions in the Senate could provide legislative backup for high-technology defense.

LaRouche Discusses the Bipartisan Challenge and the Question of his Presidential Candidacy  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

In the wake of the President’s historic policy shift.

Justice Department Covers for Murder  

National News  

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