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Volume 10, Number 18, May 10, 1983

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Interviews

Luis Yañez  

by Katherine Kanter and Elisabeth Hellenbroich

The president of the Ibero-American Cooperation Institution of Spain talks about EIR founder LaRouche’s proposals for ending the Central America crisis.

Saud al-Faisal  

In New Delhi, the Saudi Foreign Minister stated that more cooperation and funds for development will meet Third World needs, as IMF conditionalities cannot.

Departments

Science & Technology  

by Marsha Freeman

Lasers will reduce the risks in surgery and aid cancer treatment.

Middle East Report  

by Nancy Coker

Khomeinism flourishes at Georgetown.

Dateline Mexico  

by Josefina Menéndez

The Fuerte-Mayo canal is on.

Congressional Closeup  

by Ronald Kokinda and Susan Kokinda

Editorial  

Turning point in Central America policy.

Economics

Brazil and Mexico Forge a Special Relationship  

by Mark Sonnenblick and Josefina Menéndez

The barter deal between Ibero-America’s two biggest debtors will guarantee trade even in the face of credit cutoffs, putting both nations in a much stronger position.

Leutwiler’s Move To Cut Brazil’s Loans  

by Renée Sigerson

G-24 Pursues New Monetary System But Postpones Joint Debt Action  

by Kathy Burdman

A report from the meeting of Third World leaders in Washington.

A Battle Over Rohatyn’s Rescheduling Proposal  

Currency Rates  

Credit Crunchers Target Romania  

by Konstantin George

The “Poland treatment” is prepared for Romania as Ceausescu advocates joint debt renegotiation.

Business Briefs  

Special Report

Who Are Washington’s Real Enemies in Central America?  

by Timothy Rush

A report prepared for the U.S. Congress details how the Jesuits are deploying to involve the Reagan Administration in a Vietnam-style crisis.

Documentation: EIR founder Lyndon LaRouche’s proposal for ending the slaughter.

The Jesuits on Both Sides of the Butchery in the Region  

by Timothy Rush and Michele Steinberg

The training and deployment of members of the Jesuit order—noted for its history of political assassinations—to intensify the conflict in Central America.

How the Fundamentalist Cults Have Multiplied in Central America  

by Timothy Rush

Pseudo-Protestant sects proliferate as a “right-wing” opposition to Jesuit “Theology of Liberation”: a dossier.

Documentation: Interviews with the Jesuits’ Father François Houtart and a source close to the Reagan Administration.

International

Swedish Military Warns of Soviet Mini-Subs  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

A move to provoke an international crisis in response to the U.S. proposal for development of antimissile defense systems?

British and Soviets Hold Talks To Reverse Reagan’s ABM Policy  

by Edith Vitali

An instructive examination of how the U.K. and U.S.S.R. have voiced their common interest in suppressing U.S. advanced military defense efforts.

Documentation: Statements by Yuri Andropov, David Watt of the Royal Institute of International Affairs, and Anglo-Soviet Roundtable participant Philip Hanson.

Trilaterals Plot the ‘End of Reagan Era’ at Their Rome Strategy Session  

by Paolo Raimondi

Documentation: Italy’s top Trilateral Commission members call for a coup d’état against the Republic.

Case Study: Nazis in the Peace Movement  

by Rainer Apel

François Genoud’s Nazi International is running the radical-left terrorist wing of the peace movement.

Shultz’s Sabotage of Reagan Peace Plan Could Spark Israeli-Syrian War  

by Nancy Coker

Indonesia: Cabinet Shakeup Boosts Younger Generation  

by Ramtanu Maitra

International Intelligence  

National

Administration Losing Steam on Strategic Defense Policy?  

by Richard Cohen

The tactical compromises that could add up to huge problems.

States Endorse the Beam Weapons Policy  

by Anita Gallagher

Secretary Weinberger Hails ABM Defense for ‘Lifting Hopes of All Mankind’  

by Caspar W. Weinberger

Reagan: ‘Move Forward with Nuclear Power’  

by Ronald Reagan

The two speeches blacked out in national and local news media.

Court’s Nuclear Decision Endangers the Economy  

Reprocessing Methods Available to States: Who’s Afraid of Nuclear Waste?  

by Jon Gilbertson

New York Drug Lobby Fears School Race  

by Frank Bell

National News  

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