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Volume 10, Number 48, December 13, 1983

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Departments

Report from Bonn  

by Rainer Apel

The Threat of Ungovernability.

Middle East Report  

by Judith Wyer

George Hawi and the Mondale Democrats.

Report from Paris  

by Joëlle Leconte

Communists Heading for a Break?

From New Delhi  

by Susan Maitra

Danger Signals in Kashmir.

Dateline Mexico  

by Josefina Menéndez

Violence in Puebla.

Editorial  

Why Moscow Is In a Hurry.

Economics

Commonwealth Puts Brakes on Non-Aligned  

by Susan Maitra and Linda de Hoyos

A report on the New Delhi summit meeting.

Monetarism Poses a Clear and Present Danger for the Israeli Economy  

by Mark Burdman

Scientists Join Astronauts on Space Research Frontiers  

by Marsha Freeman

The implications of enabling researchers who are not trained astronauts to join space missions.

How Europe’s Food Supply Is Being Destroyed by the CAP’s Policies  

by Rainer Apel

By cutting price supports, ignoring growing debt, subsidizing tiny, inefficient farms and destroying Third World markets by dumping, the EC is undermining European agriculture.

Banking  

by Valerie Rush

Colombia’s Stolen Millions.

International Credit  

by Renée Sigerson

Duque, the BNS, and Standard Brands.

Domestic Credit  

by Leif Johnson

States Ask “What Recovery?”

Agriculture  

by Marcia Merry

Kill Cows and Create Milk Shortages.

Business Briefs  

Special Report

Behind the Debt Stretch-Out: Volcker’s Colonial Economics  

by Kathy Burdman

The debtors were forced to adopt policies that made their illiquidity worse; now the creditors are moving to take their national resources.

The Historical Model for the IMF’s Debt Reorganization Policy  

by Richard Freeman

The bankers’ schemes for debt collection date back to the Congress of Vienna.

Banks Defy Sovereignty, Grab Debtors’ Assets  

by Christian Curtis

The specific mechanisms of destruction.

Development Projects Scrapped under IMF  

by Mark Sonnenblick

International

Generals Order New Soviet War Buildup  

by Rachel Douglas

The Soviets are on a World War II-style economic and military mobilization to prepare for thermonuclear confrontation by mid-1984.

CIA’s Soviet Estimate Is Misleading  

U.S. intelligence has failed to assess the war danger.

Soviet War Mobilization Was Proposed by Ogarkov in 1981  

by Rachel Douglas

U.S.A.: A 1939-43 Buildup Is Urgent  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Lyndon LaRouche calls for mobilization of the U.S. economy on a crash defensive beam-weapons program.

Soviet Diplomat’s Lies Are Denounced  

Will Great Britain’s Pedophile Scandal Bring Down Lord Carrington?  

by Scott Thompson

Spain’s Counter-Terror Policy at Crossroads  

by Herbert Quinde

Russian Avant-Garde Art Craze: A ‘Third Rome’ Cultural Assault on the West  

by Judith Wyer

International Intelligence  

National

Underestimating the Strategic Threat  

by Stanley Ezrol and Richard Cohen

The Administration seems to believe the Soviets will turn toward a rational negotiating mode.

New Attacks Planned by Khomeini’s Terrorist Apparatus within the U.S.  

by Terry Jones

An exposé of the in-depth capabilities of Islamic terrorists.

Soviets Refuse To Deny First-Strike Policy  

by Dana Sloan

And back out of debate with EIR’s editor-in-chief.

Eye on Democrats  

by Anita Gallagher

Manatt, Mondale Could Be Knocked Out Now — Manatt Adamant on the Primary Dates — Jackson Trying To Pull Blacks Behind Mondale.

Kissinger Watch  

by M.T. Upharson

Philadelphia Press Reports on Ration Power Grab — Tales from the Crypt: How Henry Tortured Helmut.

National News  

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