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Volume 14, Number 15, April 10, 1987

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Departments

Currency Rates  

Dateline Mexico  

by Carlos Valdez

Integration in Action.

Andean Report  

by Valerie Rush

Colombia Debt Fears Surface.

Report from Rio  

by Silvia Palacios

Not-So-Strange Bedfellows.

Report from Bonn  

by Rainer Apel

Revolt against the “Recovery” Hoax.

Report from Paris  

by Claude Albert

Soviets to face LaRouche in court.

Northern Flank  

by Göran Haglund

The Palme case revisited—by Moscow.

From New Delhi  

by Susan Maitra

A Science Crisis.

Editorial  

A Message from Lima to Washington.

Operation Juárez

Research & Development for the Next Thirty Years  

How will Ibero-America train the scientists and engineers it needs to enter the 21st century as an advanced industrial power? Continuing the serialization of the Schiller Institute’s influential book, Ibero-American Integration: 100 Million New Jobs by the Year 2000!

AIDS Alert

Fighting AIDS: A Pasteurian Approach  

by Laurent Rosenfeld

A conference in Paris focused on the threat to Africa, and debunked the “condom campaigns” carried out by many governments.

Reagan, Chirac Agree on AIDS Cooperation  

A Turn in Soviet Policy on AIDS  

by Konstantin George

Contagion ‘Civil Rights’ Faction Holds Key Posts in Congress  

by Ronald Kokinda

GOP Candidates Favor Mandatory AIDS Tests  

Science & Technology

Disappearing Ozone: Reality, or Another Hoax?  

by Carol Cleary and Carol White

Environmentalists claim that we’re on the brink of disaster because the ozone layer is vanishing; but their methodology seems as doubtful as the now-discredited “nuclear winter” promoted by Moscow and Carl Sagan.

Economics

French Premier Offers Sane Economic Policy to U.S.  

by Donald Baier

Guillaume’s ‘Marshall Plan’: Challenge to Malthusianism and Looting  

by Jacques Cheminade

Currency Rates  

Victory in Chad: Hope for an Africa without Qaddafi?  

by Mary Lalevée

Brazil Renews Moratorium Impulse  

by Mark Sonnenblick

The creditors’ attempt to crush Brazil has backfired.

Agriculture  

by Marcia Merry

Soybean Trade War Looms.

Fighting AIDS: A Pasteurian Approach  

by Laurent Rosenfeld

A New Tool To Eradicate Malaria  

by Marsha Freeman

The Medical Aspect of Euthanasia  

by Corrado Manni, M.D.

A guest commentary by Dr. Corrado Manni of Rome’s Sacred Heart University.

Euthanasia for Children Proposed in Netherlands  

Thailand Resists ‘Privatization’ Push  

by Sophie Tanapura

International Credit  

by David Goldman

What Happened to the $368 Billion?

Gold  

by Montresor

Is There a Gold Glut?

Corporate Strategy  

by David Goldman

So Much for Respectable Names.

Business Briefs  

Feature

Choices for the U.S. after the Death of Reaganomics  

by Christopher White

The line-up within the United States boils down to LaRouche and his reorganization proposals, against the alliance of Trilateralists represented by Kissinger with the Mellons and their friends.

Securitization Comes to a Timely But Horrible End  

by David Goldman

What ended on March 28, with the Reagan Administration’s announcement of trade war against Japan, was the world banking system’s life-after-death, following its actual bankruptcy during the 1982-84 debt crisis.

International

Thatcher To Broker East-West Relations?  

by Criton Zoakos

The British Prime Minister’s visit to Moscow at the end of March, had to it “more than meets the eye.”

Pentagon Report Rips Basis of Zero Option  

by Leo Scanlon

The second in his series of articles reviewing Soviet Military Power in 1987.

Chile: Pope Cuts Through Anti-Communist Myth  

by Valerie Rush

Project Democracy: PAN Blames LaRouche for Media Exposure of Ties to Colonel North  

by Dolia Estévez-Pettingell

Volkswagen Funds Pro-Dope Schemes  

Opening the file on the VW Foundation and “Project Democracy” antics in Ibero-America.

New People’s Army Takes Offensive against Philippines Government  

by Linda de Hoyos

Documentation: The career of “Kumander S.,” formerly of the NPA.

A Turn in Soviet Policy on AIDS  

by Konstantin George

International Intelligence  

National

For Reagan and Advisers, Day of Reckoning Has Passed  

by Nicholas F. Benton

The override of the Highway Bill veto kicked the President in the teeth again for his “Adam Smith” ideology; and now, it can’t be blamed on Don Regan.

Eye on Washington  

by Nicholas F. Benton

Schmidt Reacts Violently to Chirac — Schmidt Pushes “Green” Agenda — Kissinger Responds to EIR.

Congressional Closeup  

by Ronald Kokinda

National News  

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