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Volume 15, Number 25, June 17, 1988

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Correction to Mark Burdman Review of Beyond American Hegemony: The Future of the Western Alliance  

Departments

Andean Report  

by Carlos Méndez

CAP Wants To Renegotiate the Debt.

Report from Rio  

by Lorenzo Carrasco

Back on the Usury Merry-Go-Round.

Dateline Mexico  

by Hugo López Ochoa

Who Really Governs the Country?

Report from Bonn  

by Rainer Apel

Foul Deals Betray East Bloc Jews.

Middle East Report  

by Thierry Lalevée

Israeli Nationalists on the Move.

Books Received  

Editorial  

The New Nuremberg Criminals.

AIDS Update

Proposition 69 Loss Means Millions Will Die of AIDS  

by Warren J. Hamerman

Nation Responds to LaRouche’s Call for Victory  

Insurance Firms Behind Euthanasia Push  

AIDS Warning Issued in Thailand  

Investigation

How the West Is Being ‘Psychically Disarmed’  

by Mark Burdman

While Gorbachov is like a traveling salesman, peddling the image of a “new, benevolent Soviet Union,” a Soviet-linked network of gnostic psychologists and peaceniks in the West propounds what they themselves call “psychic disarmament”—of a unilateral sort, by the West only.

Horst-Eberhard Richter: Mother Russia’s Psy-Warrior  

by Gabriele Liebig

Looks in depth at All Mighty: A Study of the “God Complex” in Western Man and other works by the top Soviet brainwasher in West Germany.

Documentation: A few incidents at a Montreal conference of the Soviet peace-front, “International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War.”

Economics

Mitterrand’s Debt Proposal: Symbol or Substance?  

by Christopher White

Canceling debts means little when Third World nations aren’t paying and can’t pay them anyway. Meanwhile, all substantive issues of monetary reorganization and Third World development will be tiptoed around when the Group of 7 convenes in Toronto.

Proposition 69 Loss Means Millions Will Die of AIDS  

by Warren J. Hamerman

As LaRouche told the press, popular votes by a misinformed electorate do not determine reality; science does.

Documentation: Nation Responds to LaRouche’s Call for Total Victory.

EIR Estimate of Bank Failures Now at 236  

Currency Rates  

Country Club Savings and Loans Get Biggest Bailout Ever  

by Joyce Fredman

City of London  

by Stephen Lewis

New Period of Instability?

Business Briefs  

Feature

Millennium Heralds New Era in Russian Expansionism  

by Luba George and Konstantin George

With the Reagan-Gorbachov summit circus out of the way, an event of real international strategic importance is dominating the Soviet Union during the month of June; the celebration of the “Russian” Millennium, the most important event in decades inside the Russian empire, is heralding Moscow’s design to become the capital of a “Third and Final Roman Empire.”

Reagan’s Horrid Russian ‘Vision’  

by Rachel Douglas

The Ukrainian Catholics: ‘Achilles Heel’ of Moscow’s Third Rome  

by Oksana Polishchuk

International

Dirty Tricks vs. LaRouche Backfire on Sweden’s Gov’t  

by Göran Haglund

The forced resignation of Justice Minister Anna-Greta Leijon to preempt a sure vote of no confidence was but an attempt at damage control of a scandal that threatens to rock the very foundations of Swedish Social Democratic rule.

‘Alternative Defense’: A Case Study in Marshal Akhromeyev’s Maskirovka  

The Summit Over, Moscow Drops Façade  

by Konstantin George

Neighbors Won’t Do Dirty Work in Panama  

by Robyn Quijano

Colombia Faces Power Vacuum as Narco-Terrorist Siege Intensifies  

by Valerie Rush

Peru: Inter-Action Council’s Ulloa Hails Soviets  

by Carlos Méndez

Schiller Institute Proposes Agenda to Bilderbergers in Austria  

by Mark Burdman

Is Islam the Antidote in Bangladesh?  

by Ramtanu Maitra

Obituary: Kim Philby and the Inner Workings of the Anglo-Soviet ‘Trust’  

by Scott Thompson

International Intelligence  

National

CIA Documents Tie Shackley to Libyan Arms Dealer  

It looks as if former CIA agent and convicted Libyan arms merchant Edwin Wilson is about to win a retrial in his 1982 convictions for shipping tons of plastique explosives to Muammar Qaddafi; and that news has a number of key Irangate players, especially Ted Shackley, Tom Clines, and Dick Secord, reportedly climbing up the walls.

Documentation: Excerpts from three CIA documents obtained under FOIA.

Post-INF Confab Maps Pull-Out from Europe  

by Nicholas F. Benton

A report on the Hudson Institute Conference on the Future of the U.S. Military Commitment to Europe’s Defense.

Space Station Faces Cancelation  

by Marsha Freeman

Elephants & Donkeys  

by Kathleen Klenetsky

CFR Sets Agenda for Next President — Michael Dukakis: Establishment’s Choice.

Eye on Washington  

by Nicholas F. Benton

Wall Street Gets Even with Claude Pepper.

Congressional Closeup  

by William Jones

National News  

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