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Volume 15, Number 38, September 23, 1988

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Departments

Report from Paris  

Who’s Afraid of the POE?

From New Delhi  

by Susan Maitra

A Challenge for the Region.

Andean Report  

by Valerie Rush

Venezuela’s CAP, “State Dept. Agent.”

Middle East Report  

by Thierry Lalevée

Kurds, Iraq Sacrificed to New Yalta.

Editorial  

Was It Sabotage?

Economics

IMF’s Technocrats Lay Out Blueprint for Genocide  

by Christopher White

The core of the financial elite’s new proposals concerns how to create a kind of world central bank, capable of dictating terms to governments, under conditions of worldwide financial collapse.

The Drug Bankers Take Their Revenge in Peru  

by Sara Madueño

‘An Infernal Spiral of Fascist Monetarism’  

by Luis Medina Vásquez

From a statement by the Peruvian Labor Party.

The Alternative Economic Program  

A statement by the Workers’ Confederation of the Peruvian Revolution.

Brazil Pays Debts with Its Daily Bread  

by Luís Barbosa and Lorenzo Carrasco

Argentina Faces Hot October  

by Cynthia R. Rush

Drexel Burnham Guilty of Racketeering?  

by Joyce Fredman

Proliferation of HIV Types Frustrates Hopes for AIDS Vaccine or Cure  

by John Grauerholz, M.D.

Currency Rates  

Banking  

by Joyce Fredman

The Alphabet Soup of S&Ls.

City of London  

by Stephen Lewis

New Ascendancy of BIS Central Banks.

Business Briefs  

Strategic Studies

Airborne Operations Spearhead ‘Post-Nuclear’ Warfare  

by Michael Liebig

Analyzes two aspects of Soviet offensive military deployment that are given astonishingly little attention in the West: airborne potential and the related deployment of spetsnaz irregular warfare forces.

AIDS Update

Proliferation of HIV Types Frustrates Hopes for AIDS Vaccine or Cure  

by John Grauerholz, M.D.

New AIDS Cover-Up from the CDC  

Feature

‘Food for Peace’ Mobilizes To Restore Farming  

by Marcia Merry

Four hundred people met at an international conference in Chicago, to map out an alternative to the collapse of agriculture dictated by Wall Street and the Brussels EC bureaucracy.

Conference Reports Document Agriculture’s Global Decline  

by Marcia Merry

The Science To Solve the Global Food Crisis  

by Carol White

Founding Documents of the Food for Peace Organization  

International

Will the Neo-Stalinist Crackdown Hit Poland?  

by Konstantin George

The new attack on nationalist forces in the Ukraine signals a shift toward Stalinist methods in the Soviet Union, with ominous implications for Poland.

Mexico’s Cárdenas Vows To ‘Rescue the Nation’ with ‘Exemplary’ Movement  

by Hugo López Ochoa

Documentation: From a statement by the Mexican Labor Party.

The Destabilization of Burma: Made in Washington and London  

by Linda de Hoyos and Joseph Brewda

The Financing of a Revolution  

Part 1 of a series on foreign support of the New People’s Army in the Philippines.

Italian Tuning Bill Wins Support Abroad  

by Liliana Celani

Foreign-Backed Opposition Poses Threat to Malaysia’s Stability  

by Sophie Tanapura

Malaysia Needs Common Language, Says Mahathir  

Ukrainian Crisis: Will the West Keep Silent?  

by Oksana Polishchuk

International Intelligence  

National

KGB and ADL Hands behind Bush ‘Nazi’ Flap  

It’s a Soviet covert psychological warfare operation, utilizing the same U.S. drug-lobby assets who have been counting Jews in what they call “the LaRouche organization” for years.

Dukakis Backing for MacBride Plan Plays into Soviet Terror Scenario  

by Kathleen Klenetsky

British policy on Northern Ireland is unacceptable, but what the “Duke” is involved with, only helps the Kremlin’s irregular warfare.

Who Was Sean MacBride?  

Aspin Report, Dukakis Defense Stance Sound Like Gorbachov Snow Job  

by Nicholas F. Benton

State Department Permits Islamic Terrorist Conference in St. Louis  

by Scott Thompson

January Retrial Set in LaRouche Case  

Eye on Washington  

by Nicholas F. Benton

World Bank Supports Bangladesh River Plan.

Congressional Closeup  

by William Jones

National News  

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