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Volume 15, Number 6, February 5, 1988

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Interviews

Dr. Allen Salzberg  

by Kathleen Klenetsky

The director of medical services at the Veterans Administration Hospital in Miles City, Montana, will present his computer study on the AIDS epidemic in the United States to the staff of the President’s Commission on AIDS.

Renata Tebaldi  

by Liliana Celani and Giuseppe Matteucci

The renowned operatic soprano discusses the importance of correct tuning for music and the voice.

Science & Technology

Starpower: The Quest for Fusion Energy Today  

The Office of Technology Assessment’s “Starpower” detailed the different methods of attaining fusion energy. Part 2 of a series from the OTA’s report.

AIDS Update

New AIDS Study Warns of 25 Million Americans Dead by the Year 2008  

by Kathleen Klenetsky

Fiscal Austerity Threatens Health Holocaust in Britain  

by Mark Burdman

Virginia Law Would Test at 5 Years Old  

AIDS Scare Reported in the Soviet Union  

PANIC Indictments Called ‘Red Herring’  

Departments

From New Delhi  

by Susan Maitra

The Economy’s “Demanding Depths.”

Report from Rio  

by Lorenzo Carrasco and Silvia Palacios

Brazil’s Export-Led Recession.

Report from Paris  

by Yves Messer

Guillaume and His “Marshall Plan.”

Report from Rome  

by Leonardo Servadio

Mafia Comeback on Libya-Malta Axis?

Mother Russia  

by Luba George

Perestroika and the Muscovite Empire.

Northern Flank  

by Göran Haglund

The Soviets Rearm on Norway’s Border.

Dateline Mexico  

by Hugo López Ochoa

The Narco-Bolivian Model.

Editorial  

The KGB Runs the Justice Department.

Economics

Bush-League Bankers Jeopardize U.S. Sovereignty  

by Christopher White

New schemes are afoot to turn the dollar into a piece of toilet paper. None will save the bankrupt monetary system, but the refusal of U.S. financial and political circles to face reality has led to such desperation moves internationally.

New AIDS Study Warns of 25 Million Americans Dead by the Year 2008  

by Kathleen Klenetsky

Fiscal Austerity Threatens Health Holocaust in Britain  

by Mark Burdman

Currency Rates  

Prudential-Bache Report Links Dollar Drop to Defense Cutbacks  

by Kathleen Klenetsky

International Credit  

by Galliano Maria Speri

The Russians, and De Benedetti’s Blitz.

Business Briefs  

Music

Tebaldi: High Tuning Is the Cancer of the Voice  

by Liliana Celani and Giuseppe Matteucci

Feature

Colombia Hostage to Drug Mafia ‘Extraditables’  

by Robyn Quijano

In kidnaping a Bogota mayoral candidate and killing the Attorney General, the cocaine czars known as the “extraditables” have declared total war on the country.

Barco’s Tolerance of the Narco-Takeover of Colombia  

A chronology of the step-by-step capitulation of the State to the drug mob.

The War against Extradition  

A 15-Point War-Plan To Stop Drug Traffic  

From the March 13, 1985 message by U.S. presidential candidate Lyndon LaRouche to a Mexico City conference on the illegal drug traffic.

The Narco-Terrorist Alliance  

The Politics of Usury: The Banks’ Role in Narco-Terrorism  

International

British Blast Shevardnadze’s ‘Bullying, Insolence’ in Bonn  

by Mark Burdman

The Soviet foreign minister brazenly stated that France and Britain would “not be allowed” to modernize their nuclear arsenals—and the outraged response is: “We are not colonies yet.” But Mrs. Thatcher does not seem to appreciate that the entire arms control process must be derailed.

A Politician Groomed To Be German Chancellor in the INF Era  

by Rainer Apel

A profile of Baden-Württemberg Governor Lothar Spaeth.

Soviet Military Men Rise in Party Apparat  

by Rachel Douglas

Demjanjuk Frame-Up Flounders as New Evidence of KGB Fraud Emerges  

by Joseph Brewda

And once again, it proves that an entire section of the U.S. Justice Department, as well as the Israeli establishment, works for the Soviets.

New Crisis Confronts Philippines Military  

by Linda de Hoyos

Atomic Waste ‘Scandal’ Threatens West German Nuclear Industry  

by Ralf Schauerhammer

Italy Weighs Amnesty for Terrorists  

by Antonio Gaspari

International Intelligence  

National

Charges of Soviet Cheating Dominate INF Hearings  

by Kathleen Klenetsky

Explosive new revelations greeted the opening of the INF treaty hearings, and could lead to Senate rejection of the “New Munich” pact.

Documentation: Statements by Sen. Jesse Helms, Sen. Richard Shelby, and former Ambassador Evan Gaibraith.

After INF Treaty Signing, American Establishment Grows More Isolationist  

by Scott Thompson

LaRouche Appears on Prime Time TV  

by Marla Minnicino

He’s qualified for the ballot in 14 states, and been heard by millions via television broadcast for the first time in four years.

Elephants and Donkeys  

by Kathleen Klenetsky

Bradley Visits Moscow; Candidacy Next? — Terry and Gore: Married in Moscow? — A Deal between Bush and Kemp?

Eye on Washington  

by Nicholas F. Benton

German Expert Warns of Soviet Plans.

National News  

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