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Volume 10, Number 42, November 1, 1983

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Interview

Dr. Jorge Illueca  

by Dennis Small and Carlos Wesley

The president of the 38th General Assembly of the United Nations discusses the fight by the developing sector to achieve more just economic relations in the midst of a world economic crisis that is also striking the industrialized nations’ economies. Dr. Illueca cites the advanced sector’s failure to multilaterally negotiate on the crisis, and the threat to the national sovereignty of the heavily indebted developing sector nations.

Departments

Kissinger Watch  

by M.T. Upharson

Kissinger’s deal with Moscow — Andropov’s raison d’être?

Report from Bonn  

by Rainer Apel

Policy grows Kissingerized.

Inside Canada  

by Jerry Pyenson

“Strength needed to counter Soviets.”

Middle East Report  

by Judith Wyer

The Islamic-Marxist threat.

Italy’s War on Crime  

by Marco Fanini

Craxi lashes out against the magistrates.

Dateline Mexico  

by Josefina Menéndez

Something is rotten at SPP.

Editorial  

The next step for defense.

Economics

Brazil: Congress and Executive in Confrontation  

by Mark Sonnenblick

United Nations: Real Issues Ignored at 38th Session  

by Nancy Spannaus

State Department Lets Africa Starve, Supports Global IMF Food Control  

by Carol Cleary and Marcia Merry

Currency Rates  

World Trade  

by Leif Johnson

U.S. deficit close to $120 billion.

Domestic Credit  

by David Goldman

The new liquidity crunch.

Agriculture  

by Mary McCourt

Democrats debate farm policy.

Andean Report  

by Valerie Rush

Colombia’s antidrug war goes regional.

Business Briefs  

Special Report

Volcker Caught in Mammoth Fraud  

by David Goldman

EIR publishes excerpts of its groundbreaking Quarterly Economic Report detailing exactly how Fed Chairman Volcker has attempted to fake a statistical recovery to cover up the industrial collapse resulting from his high-interest-rate policies.

International

‘Bomb, Bomb, Talk, Talk’: Dr. K. in Central America  

The Soviets Spell Out Their Missile Threat  

by Rachel Douglas

Israel: Shamir Launches a Schachtian Policy  

by Judith Wyer

The Bomb Explosion in Rangoon—Cui Bono?  

by Ramtanu Maitra

What lies behind the political crisis in Asia.

Mitteleuropa Session in Trieste Plots Restoration of the Hapsburg Empire  

by Mark Burdman

A report on the politically charged conference on “The European Significance of Mitteleuropa” at Duino Castle.

The Pope Should Not Rehabilitate Galileo  

by Cincinnatus

In the interest of historical justice, Cincinnatus compares the intellectual achievements of the real victims of the Inquisition—such as Bishop Zarlino and Johannes Kepler—with Galileo’s career attacking these very leaders for the Venetian interests.

International Intelligence  

National

The Crisis in U.S. Strategic Policy  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Blind acceptance of the recovery myth in the midst of economic collapse has made it impossible for the White House to grasp the magnitude of the strategic crisis, and lead the American population. A crash beam-weapon program is essential to rebuild the main line of U.S. defense—its economic strength.

Kissinger Stages Coup in the NSC  

by Freyda Greenberg

Call for $200 Billion ABM Defense Program  

by Paul Gallagher

Teller Blasts Press Blackout of Beam Weapons  

by Mary McCourt

Documentation: What the Times says; what the Soviet press says.

Scientists Demonstrate How Low the Cost of Thermonuclear Fusion Energy Will Be  

by Charles B. Stevens

The Desertron Accelerator and the Development of Anti-Ballistic Missile Defense  

by Charles B. Stevens

Congressional Closeup  

by Ronald Kokinda and Susan Kokinda

National News  

Correction

Corrected Map of Deployment of Soviet ICBMs and IRBMs  

This map appeared in our October 25, 1983 Special Report.

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