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Volume 17, Number 33, August 17, 1990

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Book Reviews

‘God Is Green, Long Live the Queen’  

by Mark Burdman

God is Green: Christianity and the Environment, by Ian Bradley; and Political Theory and Animal Rights, by Paul A.B. Clarke and Andrew Linzey.

Departments

Dateline Mexico  

by Carlos Cota Meza

“Solidarity Week” a Cruel Joke.

Report from Rio  

by Silvia Palacios

Brazil Appeases Superpowers.

Panama Report  

by Carlos Wesley

Project Democracy Devours Offspring.

Andean Report  

by Andrea Olivieri

Colombian Voters Betrayed?

Editorial  

United Nations cannot impose law.

Science & Technology

America Can Still Solve the Crisis in Science Education  

by Mark Wilsey

After it was almost obliterated by the “Reagan recovery,” the National Science Foundation has recently begun a series of initiatives aimed at solving the growing shortfall of qualified scientists which the United States faces as it moves into the 21st century. EIR interviews one of the main movers behind that effort, Dr. Bassam Shakhashiri.

Economics

Winners and Losers in the Third ‘Oil Shock’  

by William Engdahl

The most devastating impact will be felt by the rotten U.S. economy, and the Eastern European economies which are just struggling to get off the ground.

Soviets Mobilize To Save Record Harvest  

by Konstantin George

Brazil and the New Nuclear Boom: A Lesson in ‘Listian’ Economics  

by Lorenzo Carrasco

Currency Rates  

Pakistan’s Economy Drifts into the Trap of Foreign Dependence  

by Susan Maitra and Ramtanu Maitra

The AIDS Epidemic Four Years Later: LaRouche Was Right  

by John Grauerholz, M.D.

AIDS Epidemic Fuels Tuberculosis Outbreak  

by John Grauerholz, M.D.

Fujimori Decrees ‘Shock’ for Peru  

by Peter Rush

Banking  

by John Hoefle

Runs on the Banks Are Growing.

Energy Insider  

by Marjorie Mazel Hecht

Watkins Abets Hanford Radiation Scare.

Agriculture  

by Marcia Merry

Food Cartel Takes Over Research.

Business Briefs  

Feature

British Steer Gulf Crisis toward One-World Government  

by Webster G. Tarpley

The UN Security Council was created as a mechanism for oligarchical destruction of nation-states, but the Cold War placed obstacles in the way of this plan. Now, with the “end” of the Cold War, the Anglo-American-Soviet condominium is pushing this genocidal policy with renewed vigor, as developments around Kuwait attest.

The Persian Gulf: A British Lake  

by Webster G. Tarpley

Anglo-Americans Set Stage for Mideast War  

A time-line of the most important events this year.

Understanding the War in the Mideast  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Natural $30-35 Oil Price To Shock U.S.  

It’s not that the oil price will go too high, but that the U.S. economy is too sick to handle it.

International

German Unity Faces Towering Challenges  

by Rainer Apel

If a united Germany is to serve as a motor for world peace and economic development, Chancellor Helmut Kohl will have to put less emphasis on administrative maneuvers and instead organize Germans around Lyndon LaRouche’s “Productive Triangle” perspective.

A Hot, Bitter Summer in Moscow  

by Larissa Grigorenko and Karl Heine

Travelogue by two recently returned visitors.

Will Moscow Legalize Drugs?  

by Muriel Mirak

Bhutto Removed; Promises Betrayed, Says President of Pakistan  

by Susan Maitra and Ramtanu Maitra

Hollinger Corp.: Dope, Inc.’s Global Press Empire  

by Sandro Mitromaco

This Canada-based firm, on whose board sits Henry Kissinger, is manipulating the Israeli side of the Mideast war, and is running the slander campaign against a united Germany.

Trilateral Policy Is Tested in Trinidad  

by Carlos Wesley

International Intelligence  

National

LaRouche Candidates Win Victories in Midwest  

by Patricia Salisbury

Far from being knocked out of the political arena by being thrown into jail, Virginia Congressional candidate Lyndon LaRouche is sending tremors through the political hacks scene in Washington, and was the topic of a heated debated in the House. Only days later, his associates scored new election victories in Michigan and Missouri.

Bush to Aspen Confab: Third World the Enemy  

by Kathleen Klenetsky

Under Bush, the U.S. military is to be turned into an instrument of genocidal population wars against the darker-skinned peoples of the Southern Hemisphere.

Bush Stands Up South American Compradors  

by Mark Sonnenblick

Congressional Closeup  

by William Jones

National News  

Notice to Readers

EIR will not publish next week. We are skipping an additional issue during the summer, in order to compensate for the gradual slippage over the years that has put our 50-issue volume out of synchrony with the calendar year. Issue No. 34 will be dated Aug. 31, 1990.

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