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Volume 14, Number 24, June 12, 1987

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Interviews

Monsignor Augusto Vargas Alzamora  

The secretary general of the Peruvian Bishops’ Conference refutes the malthusians’ population-control policy.

Book Reviews

The Soviet Army between the Prussian General Staff and Dostoevsky’s Madness  

by Laurent Murawiec

Reviews The Soviet Military by E.S. Williams, and Le chef de l’Armée Rouge, Mikail Toukhatchevski by Pierre Fervacque.

Science & Technology

West Must Counter Soviet Radio-Frequency Weapons  

by Jonathan Tennenbaum

Reports on the most critical threat which the West must now meet from Soviet Marshal Nikolai Ogarkov’s technological war build-up.

Soviet Strategic Radio-Frequency and Other Assault Weapons: A Primer  

by Warren J. Hamerman

Departments

Africa Report  

by Mary Lalevée

Africans Move on the Debt Front.

Report from Italy  

by Liliana Celani

Austerity Menus To Prevail in Venice?

From New Delhi  

by Susan Maitra

India Joins the Race for New Materials.

Report from Paris  

by Yves Messer

French Take Leadership against Terror.

Andean Report  

by Valerie Rush

Narco Coup Brewing in Colombia.

Report from Rio  

by Silvia Palacios

Project Democracy Gang in Brasilia.

Editorial  

Ambassador Richard Burt: A Soviet Asset.

AIDS Update

WHO Announces Plan for Uganda  

Reagan Sides with LaRouche on AIDS Testing  

by Kathleen Klenetsky

Senate Approves AIDS Testing for Immigrants  

by Ronald Kokinda

Kennedy Introduces AIDS Education Bill  

by Ronald Kokinda

Soldier with AIDS Faces Court Martial  

Economics

Paul Volcker Leaves the Sinking Ship  

by David Goldman

He decided not to be on hand for the recriminations, when the foreign credit of the United States collapses.

The Debt Moratorium Option Is Thrashed Out in Venezuela  

by Cynthia R. Rush

No longer is it the well-behaved debtor, boasting of its special status.

British Economy Is Tories’ Achilles Heel  

by Mark Burdman

Sound the Alarm: U.S. Shipyards Have Zero Merchant Vessel Orders  

by Marcia Merry

Reports on the crisis condition of a U.S. shipping and shipbuilding industry that has been entirely dependent on military orders that are no longer enough.

Peru’s Bishops Rip Lies of the Neo-Malthusian 'Population Lobby'  

Currency Rates  

Steel Standoff Shows Policy Impasse  

by Christopher White

Banking  

by John Hoefle

Termination with Extreme Prejudice.

Agriculture  

by Marcia Merry

Judge Stays Foreclosure Actions.

Business Briefs  

Feature

The Power of the U.S.A. Has Yet To Be Seen  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Presidential candidate Lyndon LaRouche takes on the dangerously incorrect view, recently expressed by the prominent Italian industrialist Carlo De Benedetti, that the United States will be replaced by the Soviet Union as the world’s dominant economic power: “I intend to become the next President of the United States.... Under those conditions—presuming you had not already given irreversible concessions to Moscow before then—the financial disaster which Sr. De Benedetti foresees will be conquered, and the world will move rapidly into the greatest scientific, technological, and economic growth in the history of mankind.”

International

Ogarkov Uses Cessna Shock To Shake Up Defense Ministry  

by Konstantin George

The light plane’s unimpeded progress to Moscow can only aid the progress of the Red Army marshal’s pre-war mobilization.

Documentation: Who is Dmitri Timofeyevich Yazov?

Bonn: Kohl Capitulates, Endorses Zero Option  

by Susan Welsh

The 'Republikaner' Party—Moscow’s New Fifth Column in West Germany  

by Rainer Apel

The Soviets Play the 'Canada Card'  

by Joseph Brewda

Philippines: Behind the Cory Magic  

by Linda de Hoyos

Wall Street Firm Owns Jaime Ongpin  

‘Third Rome’ Refuted: New Book on Mission to the Slavs Lifts Veil from the true East  

by Fiorella Operto Filipponi

The 'Third Rome' mystics in Moscow cannot be pleased with the Schiller Institute’s release of Prof. Jiří Maria Veselý’s Grideranno le pietre (The Stones Shall Cry Out), revolving around the figures of the sainted brothers Cyril and Methodius.

Schiller Institute Fêtes Third Birthday  

Soviets 'Offer' To Broker Debt Crisis  

by Konstantin George

International Intelligence  

National

Reagan Sides with LaRouche on AIDS Testing  

by Kathleen Klenetsky

His first major policy statement on AIDS is an important first step, if only that, toward an effective policy for dealing with the AIDS disaster.

Elliott Abrams Disgraces Himself; Will Shultz Be Next?  

by Joseph Brewda

The man EIR has exposed as a kingpin in the Contra cover-up is exposed on the witness stand as “either incompetent or a liar.”

Eye on Washington  

by Nicholas F. Benton

Oil Rep Warns of Persian Gulf Cutoff.

Elephants & Donkeys  

by Kathleen Klenetsky

Gore Hits the Campaign Trail—in Moscow.

Congressional Closeup  

by Ronald Kokinda

National News  

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