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Volume 15, Number 26, June 24, 1988

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From New Delhi  

by Susan Maitra

The Loan “Mela” Phenomenon.

Dateline Mexico  

by Hugo López Ochoa

A Step Forward for Nationalism.

Report from Rio  

by Lorenzo Carrasco Bazúa

“Brazilian Perestroika.”

Andean Report  

by Robert Morton

Terrorist Operations Chief Arrested.

Middle East Report  

by Thierry Lalevée

Maghreb Unity by 1992, Too?

Report from Bonn  

by Rainer Apel

It’s Open Season on Helmut Kohl.

Report from Rome  

by Claudio Celani

Communists Set Back in Elections.


Time To Wake Up!

Science & Technology

The Amazing Story of the Pasteur Movement—I  

by Garance Upham Phau

For the associates of Louis Pasteur, building nations and fighting disease were one campaign. Beginning a series on these great cultural optimists.

AIDS Update

Insurance Cartel Holds Secret Meeting on AIDS  

WHO Conference Offers ‘Control Strategies’ for Defeat by AIDS  

Rio Researchers Study Links to Other Disease  

CDC Decries Clamor for AIDS Testing Measures  


U.S. Trade Figures Show a Depression in Progress  

by Joyce Fredman

Imports are down, exports are down, investment earnings are down, and debt service is up, all of which describe a contraction to the satisfaction of normal people, if not the people in Washington.

Insurance Cartel Holds Secret Meeting on AIDS  

Anything that will “contain costs,” mostly by killing victims, is being pushed forward.

WHO Conference Offers ‘Control Strategies’ for Defeat by AIDS  

“We have gone backwards,” as an African epidemiological expert put it.

Trading Companies Are Readying Massive Speculative Food Crisis  

by William Engdahl

The world is now poised for the food equivalent of what the Seven Sisters did to oil and oil prices in 1979.

Currency Rates  

Bank Failures  

Ethics of a ‘Marshall Plan’ To Rescue Africa and Agriculture  

by Jacques Cheminade

Adapted from a speech by the Schiller Institute president in France, Jacques Cheminade.

Business Briefs  


Long Hot Summer for Irangate’s ‘Invisible Men’?  

Two of the scandal’s figures, Theodore Shackley and “Tiny” Rowland, may soon be forced to shed their cloaks of anonymity.

Theodore Shackley’s ‘Third Option’  

Behind Irangate: The Lonrho Connection  

John Deuss, Shackley’s Piggybank  


Soviets Ready ‘Direct Rule’ Solution in Transcaucasus  

by Luba George

Both government and party spokesman speak of the situation as “out of control,” while others call the conflict between Armenians and Azeris “our Northern Ireland.”

Genscher Lauds Russia at Potsdam Meeting  

by Mark Burdman

Colombian Army Asks War on Narco-Terror  

by Valerie Rush

They are demanding the funds and political support to back them up for a change.

Documentation: Excerpts of an interview with Gen. Rafael Peña Ríos (ret.), former commander of the the Colombian Army’s XII Brigade.

Imperial Russian Chauvinism Sweeps Millennium Celebrations  

by Luba George

This was no mere “church” festivity, but a momentous joint church-state celebration recreating the full aura of imperial Czarist “glory.”

Documentation: “Beware the Rise of the Third Rome,” warns London’s Sunday Telegraph.

Korean Flashpoint around the Summer Olympics  

by Linda de Hoyos

Korea’s Opposition: ‘Made in U.S.A.’  

by David Hammer

Reports on Union Theological Seminary and the delicatessen of theologies it uses to create pro-communist radicals.

Mitterrand Myth Starts To Crack  

by Laurent Murawiec

International Intelligence  


Drought Becomes 1988 Election Campaign Issue  

by Nicholas F. Benton

Droughts can produce the collapse of agriculture, but in this case, it was the other way around. An unavoidable economic reality has struck in the middle of the Presidential election year.

DoJ ‘Perestroika’ at the Pentagon  

by Leo F. Scanlon

The particular targets of the procurement investigation are incidental to its purpose: to carry out further “re-structuring” of the government.

It’s Agreed: Kill Elderly To Cut Costs  

by Kathleen Klenetsky

Colorado Governor Lamm outraged the nation in 1984, but now, his call for elderly to “die and got out of the way” has been embraced across the political spectrum.

Elephants & Donkeys  

by Kathleen Klenetsky

Jackson, the Spoiler — Dukakis Pledges To End SDI, MX.

Eye on Washington  

by Nicholas F. Benton

Evaluating the Soviet Economic Breakdown.

Congressional Closeup  

by William Jones

National News  

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