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Volume 10, Number 22, June 7, 1983

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Kissinger Watch  

by Charlotte Haglund

Henry runs foul in Stockholm.

Andean Report  

by Carlos Potes

Drug runners’ human rights campaign.

Dateline Mexico  

by Josefina Menéndez

The PRI takes on the PAN.

Congressional Closeup  

by Ronald Kokinda and Susan Kokinda


A cordon sanitaire for South Africa.


Post-Williamsburg Prospects for the World Economy  

by David Goldman

U.S. defense policy is the key.

NSC Planning Director: ‘Technological Revolution Can Restore Prosperity’  

Gandhi: North Must Respond To Non-Aligned  

by Susan Maitra

Japan has been the most receptive advanced-sector nation to the Indian Prime Minister’s initiatives toward a New World Economic Order.

Currency Rates  

Delors Policy Spells Trouble for France  

by Dana Sloan

The Finance Minister’s IMF-style economic measures are hurting France at home and abroad.

IMF Cuts U.S. Sales in Latin America  

by Renée Sigerson and Mark Sonnenblick

Forced to barter among themselves and save U.S. dollars for debt repayment, the members of this essential market are forgoing U.S. imports.

U.S. Industry: The 1983 Trends and the Requirements for a Beam-Weapons Economy  

by Leif Johnson

Measuring the extreme modesty of the “recovery” and the dimensions of the growth the President’s military policy demands.


by Cynthia Parsons

U.S. exports collapse.

Business Briefs  

Special Report

How Kissinger Tricked President Nixon on Soviet Beam Weapons  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

The “world federalist” chessboard on which the U.S. White Queen and Soviet Red Queen were played.

Kissinger Imperiled U.S. National Security: Suppressed Evidence on Soviet E-Beam Program  

by L. Talionis

Part I of the Pugwash Papers presents the evidence.


Ibero-American Politics Focus on Revolt Against IMF  

by Christian Curtis

Brazil’s President Moves To Halt Austerity Policy  

by Mark Sonnenblick

Is Planning Minister Antônio Delfim Netto on his way out?

Soviet Union Plays ‘Great Game’ for Control of Middle East  

by Judith Wyer

Release of EIR’s ‘Lavie Report’ Will Make International Shock Waves  

by Criton Zoakos

The issues go magnitudes beyond jet technology.

Lavie Provokes Policy Fight in Washington  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Part II: The Political Underworld At Work: Edgar Faure’s Networks and the KGB in France  

by Laurent Murawiec

U.S.S.R. Scientists Back Andropov’s Rejection of Reagan Defense Doctrine  

by Rachel Douglas

China’s Military Demands Industrial Backup As It Gains Political Strength  

by Gregory F. Buhyoff

International Intelligence  


Harriman Losing Control of the Democratic Party  

by Criton Zoakos

The MX vote last month signaled the potential for squelching the “Andropov Democrats.” Harriman himself faced a nasty bind on his Moscow trip.

Administration’s Offensive for Beam Weapons  

by Lonnie Wolfe

The military professionals are taking charge on the President’s behalf, and pulling civilian bureaucrats into line.

The History of the ‘Budget Process’  

by Susan Kokinda

It is not well known that the U.S. Constitution says nothing about a budget, and the current mode of fiscal deliberations is downright unconstitutional.

National News  

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