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Volume 17, Number 9, February 23, 1990

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Departments

Middle East Report  

by Thierry Lalevée

Shifting Alliances.

Report from Rio  

by Silvia Palacios

World Ecologists Pressure Collor.

Dateline Mexico  

by Héctor Apolinar

Violence against Cárdenas’s PRD.

Panama Report  

by Carlos Wesley

Another Narco Given Top Job.

Editorial  

Watching Your Back.

Science & Technology

‘Love Truth and Endeavor To Find It and Communicate It’  

by Warren J. Hamerman

Describes the commitment to the idea of truth and truth-seeking that was the bedrock of the Fusion Energy Foundation’s inception fifteen years ago.

The Life and Work of Dr. Robert J. Moon (1911-1989)  

by Charles B. Stevens

Economics

LaRouche Issues a Warning of Financial Shock Ahead  

by John Hoefle

“It’s the proper time for me as a candidate and also as the world’s leading physical economist at the moment, to make one of my occasional forecasts.”

The Bush Factor: International Funds Flee Depression, Pact with Gorbachov  

by Christopher White and Stephen Parsons

The withdrawal of foreign funds confronts the United States with the choice of changing its policy to get in on that boom, or continuing the slide into a new depression.

London Tries To Wreck German Union  

by William Engdahl

‘AIDS Shock’ Hits Communist World, Moscow Seeks Emergency Measures  

by Mark Burdman

China’s Economy: The Time-Bomb Is Ticking  

by Mary McCourt Burdman

Agriculture  

by Marcia Merry

“Hang the Brussels Bureaucrats!”

Business Briefs  

Feature

Your Money’s Not Safe—U.S. Banks about To Blow  

by John Hoefle

The nation’s banking system is on the eve of the same kind of crisis as the one which forced President Roosevelt to act back in the Spring of 1933. Will George Bush draw the necessary conclusions in time? An analysis by John Hoefle.

International

German Unity Drive Promises Second ‘Economic Miracle’  

by Gabriele Liebig

Soviets Open to LaRouche’s SDI?  

The Soviet Statement: ‘Defense Domination vs. Nuclear Containment’  

by Mikhail Aleksandrov

What West and Soviets Must Discuss about SBMD  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Weinberger Flings Cold Water on Gorbymania  

by Leo F. Scanlon

LaRouche: We Shall Not Forget Africa or the Martyrs of African Development  

Namibian Freedom: A Test of Stability  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Was PanAm 103 an ‘Allowable Casualty’?  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

The Cartagena Summit: Andean Nations Reject Bush Military Sprees  

by José Restrepo

Bush Economics Keeps Peru Hooked on Cocaine Production  

by Mark Sonnenblick

Strike Ban Topples Swedish Government  

by Tore Fredin

India and Pakistan Wage More than a War of Words over Kashmir  

by Susan Maitra and Ramtanu Maitra

Cambridge Malthusians Run British China Policy  

by Mary Burdman and Mark Burdman

Will Philippines Be Bush’s Next Panama?  

by Lydia Cherry

International Intelligence  

National

Bush Democrats Emerge in Virginia Electoral Campaign  

The Democratic Central Committee is turning cartwheels to prevent LaRouche Democrat Nancy Spannaus from becoming the party’s nominee for Republican John Warner’s Senate seat. There’s more “democracy” in the Supreme Soviet!

Kissinger Out of PFIAB; Score One for LaRouche  

by Scott Thompson

It was the martyrdom of the courageous students of Tiananmen Square, that finally drove Henry out of office.

Defense Plan Repeats Acheson’s Blunders  

by Kathleen Klenetsky

Secretary Cheney’s new guidance, intended to shape strategic policy 1992-97, brings the United States perilously close to repeating the insanity which led to the Korean War.

CIA-KGB in ‘New Age’ of Collaboration  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Civil Rights Struggle Returns to Selma  

by Marianna Wertz

Congressional Closeup  

by William Jones

National News  

Notice to Readers

We are omitting our usual “Currency Rates” chart in this issue to bring you, instead, an overview of currency movements in The Bush Factor: International Funds Flee Depression, Pact with Gorbachov. The normal weekly chart will resume next week.

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