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Volume 10, Number 21, May 31, 1983

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Interviews

General Giulio Macri  

by Giuseppe Filliponi

An expert on advanced military applications of technology, and a candidate for the Chamber of Deputies from the Rome-Milan district on the European Labor Party slate.

Luis Yañez  

by Katherine Kanter, Elisabeth Hellenbroich, and Anno Hellenbroich

The director of the Ibero-American Cooperation Institute of Spain.

Fernando Moran  

The Foreign Minister of Spain.

Miguel Boyar  

The Economics and Finance Minister of Spain.

José Maria de Areilza  

Former Foreign Minister of Spain and former president of the Council of the European Parliamentary Assembly.

Departments

Kissinger Watch  

by Mark Burdman

Great Britain’s gift to Fat Henry.

Report from Bonn  

by George Gregory and Rainer Apel

Genscher: Reagan’s adversary.

Italy’s War on Crime  

by Marco Fanini

The pot and the kettle.

Mideast Report  

by Nancy Coker

Iraq-Syria rapprochement?

Dateline Mexico  

by Josefina Menéndez

Goodbye to the Ali Baba of Acapulco.

Editorial  

Stay the murderers’ hands.

Economics

Latin America Uniting For Economic Battle  

by Robyn Quijano

As Brazil’s unpaid debt and Mexico’s unemployment skyrocket, 22 nations met in Quito, Ecuador to discuss a strategy for intracontinental development and a unified strategy on the debt question.

Brazil’s Debt Payments Have Come to a Halt  

by Mark Sonnenblick

India: ‘Put Non-Aligned on Summit Agenda’  

by Paul Zykofsky

As we go to press, Prime Minister Nakasone has agreed to do so.

Currency Rates  

U.S. Uptick Doesn’t Add Up to Recovery  

by Leif Johnson

Domestic Credit  

by David Goldman

A set-up for the President?

World Trade  

by Renée Sigerson

A global D’Avignon Plan.

Banking  

by Kathy Burdman

The United States and the IMF.

Business Briefs  

Special Report

Moscow’s Unveiled War Plan Against the United States  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

EIR founder Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. specifies that Moscow has three options: 1) negotiate with the United States on the basis of Mr. Reagan’s Mutually Assured Survival strategy; 2) force a decisively humiliating strategic backdown on America; and 3) move for thermonuclear confrontation.

Ogarkov States War Readiness Is ‘Timely and Appropriate’  

The full text of the Soviet chief of staff’s V-E Day statement on the activation of Moscow’s battle plans for fighting and winning “total war” in accordance with the Sokolovskii doctrine.

International

Why the Middle East Is About To Explode Again  

by Judith Wyer

George Shultz has outdone his predecessors in giving leverage to the U.S.S.R. and the Israeli war faction.

Reagan Presents His Defense Strategy to the West German Population  

The President stresses the importance of U.S.-European ties, and explains how an anti-missile defense is possible.

Force de Frappe Has Now Become Obsolete  

by Philip Golub

Why the French military should adopt a “launch on warning” policy.

Vatican’s War on Cults Begins in Honduras  

Will Spain Ally with Latin America in Debt and Development Fight?  

by Katherine Kanter

Documentation: Interviews with Spanish leaders on economic policy and Ibero-American cooperation.

International Intelligence  

National

Will Reagan Tame the U.S. ‘Budget Beast’?  

by Criton Zoakos

Editor-in-Chief Criton Zoakos describes how rational economic decision-making has been undercut in Congress since 1974.

‘Fruitfly’ Democrat Setting 1984 Issues  

by Freyda Greenberg

A profile of Presidential aspirant Alan Cranston, Senator from California.

Editors Take Aim at Administration  

by Christina Nelson Huth

A report on the American Society of Newspaper Editors’ conference in Denver.

Documentation: Interviews with Colorado governor Richard Lamm, Rev. Jesse Jackson, and the Pentagon’s Ronald Lehman, conducted at the conference. They are asked by EIR to comment on the new Reagan defense policy.

Education and National Security: Will American Children Be ‘Laser Literate’?  

by Carol White

Almost everyone acknowledges the current catastrophe in U.S. schools. Here, solutions are specified.

Congressional Closeup  

by Ronald Kokinda and Susan Kokinda

National News  

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