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Volume 13, Number 25, June 20, 1986

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Interviews

Thomas O. Paine  

by Marsha Freeman

The former NASA administrator and head of the National Commission on Space describes the commission’s proposals to put a man on Mars by 2015.

Gad Ya’acobi  

Israel’s Economic Planning Minister and Labor Party Member of the Knesset, discusses Prime Minister Shimon Peres’s Marshall Plan.

Arnon Gafny  

The former governor of the Bank of Israel shows how economic development can underwrite Mideast peace.

Haim Ben-Shahar  

The chairman of the Armand Hammer Fund for Economic Cooperation in the Middle East has an alternative concept to the Peres Plan.

Dr. Frank Mdlalose  

The Minister of Health of South Africa’s KwaZulu government reports on the Zulus’ concept of nationhood and liberation.

Departments

Strategic Map  

Establishment Seeks a Year-End Crisis, “New Yalta” Deal.

Report from Bonn  

by William Engdahl

“Five Wise Men” Search for Upswing.

Andean Report  

by Valerie Rush

The Containment of García.

From New Delhi  

by Susan Maitra

On the Terrorists’ Trail.

Northern Flank  

by Göran Haglund

Hunting Submarines and Killers.

Editorial  

Liberal Traitors Attack Noriega.

Economics

Now, Mexico Is Hit with a Political Earthquake  

by Mark Sonnenblick

De la Madrid stood before a statue of Benito Juárez, and declared: “What he did remains as a lesson for all Mexico, but especially for all its Presidents.” Juárez declared a debt moratorium.

Mexico’s Debt Crisis Means Bold Measures Are Needed Now  

by Jorge Bazúa

Chernobyl, the KGB, Anti-Nuclear Media  

Letter to the Editor, and reply.

Economy Main Issue in Thai Elections  

by Sophie Tanapura

Currency Rates  

Domestic Credit  

by David Goldman

The Collapse of Bank Lending.

Business Briefs  

Science & Technology

Why the U.S. Needs Nuclear Power Production  

by Robert Gallagher

It’s not only safe but indispensable to achieve economic growth goals into the next century.

Feature

Debate in Israel over Mideast ‘Marshall Plan’  

by Muriel Mirak

Two EIR correspondents have returned from a 10-day visit to Israel, bringing an in-depth look at how government leaders, and their advisors are viewing the new development plan of Prime Minister Peres. Presented here are two quite different conceptions: the government plan for “great projects,” and the more limited concept of the Armand Hammer group.

International

Moscow Goes Public with Massive Strategic Build-Up  

by Konstantin George

Marshal Sergei Akhromeyev’s press conference delivered the threat that if Reagan persists in declaring SALT dead, Moscow will respond by doing what it has been doing.

Gorbachov Summons Diplomats and Spies  

by Susan Welsh

Libya Moves into Asia To Build for New Terrorist Conference  

by Mary McCourt

South Africa’s Great Task: A ‘Grand Design’ for All of Africa  

by Uwe Friesecke

Part III of the series by Uwe Friesecke, just returned from South Africa.

Trilateral Banks Seek To Control Outcome of Spanish General Elections  

by Leonardo Servadio

International Intelligence  

Conference Report

Pasteur’s Method Revived for Study of Life Processes  

by Warren J. Hamerman

On June 6 and 7, the Fusion Energy Foundation (FEF) of France staged an extraordinary two-day international conference entitled “The Importance of the Method of Louis Pasteur for Conquering AIDS and Other Pandemics.”

National

CSIS ‘Conservatives’ Propose Sell-Out to Soviet Union  

by Nicholas F. Benton

The Georgetown think tank held its annual leadership conference, and charted out its approach to forcing the Reagan administration to accept a massive geopolitical shift in favor of the Soviet Union over the next 12 months—the so-called “New Yalta.”

The Pollard Spy Scandals: Will George Shultz Resign?  

by Joseph Brewda

Documentation: The Justice Department brief on the Pollard case.

California Results Confirm NDPC Impact  

by D. Stephen Pepper

Bush: War on Drugs at the Crossroads  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Documentation: The Vice-President’s statement on drugs and terrorism.

One of the Most Scandalous Political Enemies Operations in History  

by Suzanne Rose

To stop LaRouche, the ADL and various corrupt state officials are trying to label political loans “securities.”

Labor in Focus  

by Marianna Wertz

Hype Won’t Save Steel Industry.

Eye on Washington  

by Nicholas F. Benton

Boren: Tax Reform Will Wipe Out Independents — Press Snakes Rattle Reagan with Psy-War.

Congressional Closeup  

by Kathleen Klenetsky

National News  

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