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Volume 16, Number 28, July 7, 1989

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Interviews

Bruno Garisto  

by Antonio Gaspari

Panama’s Ambassador to Rome blasts U.S. aggression against other countries that use the Canal.

Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

What’s required concerning China is not just “action,” but a change in policy. For starters, George Bush has to declare that Kissinger was wrong, says the jailed American statesman, whose candidacy for Congress from Virginia has already awakened much attention.

Book Reviews

CIA Commissioned Anti-LaRouche Book  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Describes the political and banking networks which financed Dennis King’s book-length slander, Lyndon LaRouche and the New American Fascism.

Science & Technology

When Tropical Epidemics and Tuberculosis Meet HIV  

by Garance Upham Phau

Findings presented at the Montreal AIDS conference show how in tropical countries, AIDS is leading to an explosion of other diseases such as tuberculosis, sleeping sickness, and elephantiasis.

Africa Told: Give AIDS Patients ‘Home Care’  

Experts Disagree on AIDS Fundamentals  

Departments

Report from Rio  

by Silvia Palacios

Is Petrobrás Dying?

Dateline Mexico  

by Cruz del Carmen de Cota

Food Consumption Plummets in Mexico.

Report from Bonn  

by Rainer Apel

A Contribution to China’s Future.

Andean Report  

by Valerie Rush

Terrorists Play Yo-Yo with Barco.

Mother Russia  

by Rachel Douglas

Russian Groups Flaunt Racism.

Satanwatch  

by Patricia Salisbury

Anti-Satan Bills before Two Governors.

Kissinger Watch  

by M.T. Upharsin

Scowcroft Scandal Looms over White House.

Editorial  

Scientific Optimism Vindicated.

Economics

A White House Meeting That Did Not Occur  

by Christopher White

Apparently George Bush didn’t want to hear what Helmut Schmidt had to say about the financial debacle that lies ahead.

‘Food for Peace’ Meets in Thailand, Maps Campaign To Feed the World  

by Mary McCourt Burdman

Documentation: The Bangkok Resolution: The Decisive Question for Human Survival.

Colombia: Grain Growers Hear of World Food Crisis  

by Javier Almario

Mother Nature Is Biggest ‘Ozone Polluter,’ Michigan Study Shows  

by Rogelio A. Maduro

Currency Rates  

Menem Economic Plan Will Spark a Revolt  

by Cynthia R. Rush

Agriculture  

by Robert L. Baker

Food Cartel Puts Out 1990s Plan.

International Credit  

by William Engdahl

Bankers’ Plot Advances in Madrid.

Banking  

by Kathleen Klenetsky

Death Throes of the S&Ls.

Business Briefs  

Feature

Deng Xiaoping Is Butchering 1 Million Chinese  

by Webster G. Tarpley

A comprehensive report, filed by Webster Tarpley from Taipei, on death warrants which Deng has already issued against all opposition leaders. “After all,” Deng argued before the massacre at Tiananmen Square, “1 million victims is a small price to pay in a country as large as China.”

Deng’s Thermonuclear Striking Force  

Deng Calls Massacre ‘A Pretty Good Experience’  

R.O.C. Prepares Counteroffensive Amid Rumors of Red Attack  

by Webster G. Tarpley

Taiwan leaders are intensively debating the best way to achieve their long-term goal of retaking the mainland from the Communists.

Taipei Ceremony Marks 100th Issue of the Chinese Flag Monthly  

Madame Chiang Kai-shek on ‘Satanic’ Carnage in Beijing  

Investigation

Could Dope Money Be Why Bush Protects Deng?  

by Joseph Brewda

A new look at the Western banking apparatus which relies for its survival on the world’s biggest opium producer—the P.R.C.

International

Warsaw Pact To Meet Amid Food Riots, Uprisings  

by Konstantin George

With the outbreak of the biggest Hungarian crisis since 1956, the temptation is high in Moscow for a military adventure.

Schiller Institute at the Cini: Let’s Go with the Verdi Tuning!  

by Claudio Celani

From a conference and concert in Venice, progress in the campaign for a tuning fork based on natural law.

Panama Lawmakers’ Conference Rallies Opposition to New Yalta Deal  

by Carlos Wesley

The U.S. is now so desperate to crush Noriega, it’s asking Moscow for help.

Documentation: Statements to the recent meeting of 150 Ibero-American legislators, from Panama’s legislature, President, foreign minister, planning minister, and the head of the U.S.-Panama Combined Commission for Military Security of the Panama Canal.

Charge U.S. Aggression against Canal Users  

by Antonio Gaspari

Socialists Promote Global Green Fascism  

by Mark Burdman

The 100th anniversary meeting of the Socialist International in Stockholm.

South Koreans Fear U.S. Troop Pullout  

by Lydia Cherry

International Intelligence  

National

Supreme Court Takes Steps Toward Fascism  

by Nicholas F. Benton and Nancy Spannaus

Although its flag-burning decision got the most attention, the court committed far worse crimes against the Constitution.

U.S. Intelligence Is Blinded by Joint CIA-China Operations  

by Herbert Quinde

The CIA has been collaborating with the Beijing regime on covert operations, including Afghanistan, Kampuchea, Africa, and Central America. No wonder they were caught flat-footed in their evaluations of the P.R.C.

Eye on Washington  

by Nicholas F. Benton

Soviets Seek Press Censorship Treaty.

Congressional Closeup  

by William Jones

National News  

Corrections

In last week’s issue the “IMF” and “EIR” labels were inadvertently switched on the two curves in Figure 14 on page 38 of the feature on Argentina’s economy; EIR’s alternative is for much lower interest payments through the year 2000. In the article on page 50 titled “Palme murder trial serves political aims,” the correct spelling of the defendant’s name is Christer Pettersson, while on the following page, Palme’s widow spoke of an “insane deed by a psychopath,” not an “insane murder.”

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