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Volume 10, Number 36, September 20, 1983

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Interview

Dr. Ellis Armstrong  

by Marcia Merry Pepper

The chairman of the National Energy Policy Committee of the American Society of Civil Engineers and a former official of the World Energy Conference discusses the infrastructure development projects proposed by the Global Infrastructure Fund and by Lyndon H. LaRouche.

Departments

Religion  

by Augustinus

A most unusual Jesuit conclave.

Middle East Report  

by Thierry Lalevée

The threat in Mecca.

Dateline Mexico  

by Josefina Menéndez

Out of the nosedive?

Editorial  

A third great oil crisis?

Economics

Venezuela: ‘David Can Triumph Over Goliath’  

by Christian Curtis

Documentation: SELA head Carlos Alzamora on what is at stake in the debt crisis, but U.S. bankers and Treasury officials attempt to downplay the effects of a debtors’ cartel.

Will the Marc Rich Scandal Reveal New Evidence of Kissinger’s Corruption?  

by Joseph Brewda

Currency Rates  

The Black Economy of Italy Is a Creation of the Post-Industrialists  

by Stefania Sacchi

U.S. Electrical Grid Collapse Continues  

by David Cherry

Banking  

by Kathy Burdman

An economic dictatorship?

International Credit  

by Renée Sigerson

IMF bill in big trouble.

Business Briefs  

Special Report

Hot Autumn ’83: Separatism, Pacifism, and Terrorism  

by Roger Moore

The Soviets’ Muammar Qaddafi Praises Neo-Nazis, Attacks Government of India  

LaRouche Comments on Qaddafi Interview  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

The ‘General Staff’ for a Hot Autumn in Western Europe, and Who’s Backing It  

Documentation: Qaddafi’s Marching Orders to Europe’s Greenies.

A Separatist Dossier: The Leaders, the Funders, and the ‘Peace Movement’ Connection  

International

Moscow Goes on a Global Rampage  

by Christopher White

Documentation: Western European and Japanese leaders call for the development of beam weapons defense systems in the wake of the Soviet attack on KAL jetliner: statements from West Germany, Italy, France, and Japan.

What Beam-Weapons Defense Will Mean for Europe  

by Michael Liebig

The history of “nuclear deterrence” and how the development of effective defense against nuclear weapons could alter the strategic situation for Europe.

Britain’s Defense Aspirations Founder on the Rock of Cost-Accounting  

by Mark Burdman

State Department’s PAN Takes a Huge Loss  

by Timothy Rush

Mexican Congress Launches Debate over NDPC’s Charges  

Why the Eastern Rites Reject the Filioque  

by Nicholas F. Benton

Review of the book The Nicene Creed: Our Common Faith by Emilianos Timiadis.

International Intelligence  

National

U.S. Policy Toward Moscow after the KAL Incident  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Reagan’s Opponents in Congress Deflated  

by Susan Welsh

Eye on Democrats  

by Anita Gallagher

Candidates change tune while labor fiddles.

National News  

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