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Volume 17, Number 50, December 28, 1990

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Interviews

Luis Fernando Jaramillo  

by Javier Almario

The Colombian foreign minister tries to justify how Colombia has kowtowed to Bush on economics, the Mideast, and drugs.

Juozas Tumelis  

The chairman of the Council of the Lithuanian Independence Movement, Sajudis.

Vytautas Radzvilas  

The vice chairman of Sajudis.

Laith F. Shubeilat  

A member of the Jordanian Parliament.

Departments

Dateline Mexico  

by Carlos Cota Meza

Oil Resources on the Auction Block.

Andean Report  

by Alfonso Rodriguez

Venezuela’s Pérez To Pump Oil for Bush.

Panama Report  

by Carlos Wesley

Just Why Did Bush Invade Panama?

Editorial  

Soviet Shakeup: LaRouche Was Right.

Strategic Studies

Baltic Drive for Freedom Faces New Moscow Hard Line  

By Jan. 1, 1991, the Soviet confrontation with the Baltic states will be on in earnest.

Baltic States Appeal to World Parliaments  

Five resolutions passed at the historic joint session of the Baltic Supreme Councils of Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania.

Landsbergis Deplores Western Indifference  

Food Aid Must Be ‘Rigorously Controlled’  

An interview with Juozas Tumelis.

‘Productive Triangle Is the Only Solution’  

An interview with Vytautas Radzvilas.

Economics

IMF Recommends ‘Polish Model’ for the Soviet Union  

by Christopher White

The insistence of the Anglo-American elite that the Soviet Union adopt IMF policies, is a certain road to war.

The ‘Productive Triangle’ Can Break Bottlenecks in Soviet Food Crisis  

by Rainer Apel

‘Free Market’ Method Won’t Do the Job  

by Jonathan Tennenbaum

Currency Rates  

The AIDS Tragedy Is on the Mexican Agenda  

by Hugo López Ochoa

Banking  

by John Hoefle

The FDIC Is Broke.

Transportation  

by Anthony K. Wikrent

Great Lakes Faces Shipping Bottleneck.

Business Briefs  

Feature

Have Bush and Colombia Agreed To Legalize Drugs?  

by José Restrepo

This annihilation of every institutional pillar of Colombian society is dangerously close with the election of the Constituent Assembly. Top on the agenda of the terrorist M-19 and the drug cartels will be to end any semblance of a war against Colombia’s vast narcotics trade, and instead to legalize it.

The Radical Liberal Roots of the Constituent Assembly  

Antonio Navarro Wolf: ‘New Age’ Enforcer  

Colombia Has Aligned with Bush on Economics, the Mideast ... and Drugs  

by Javier Almario

An interview Foreign Minister Luis Fernando Jaramillo.

Let Us Remember the Fallen Heroes of Colombia’s War on Drugs  

Profiles of martyrs Rodrigo Lara Bonilla, Jaime Ramírez Gómez, Guillermo Cano Isaza, and Luis Carlos Galán.

‘Dope, Inc.’ Sets Up New Drug Routes  

by Dennis Small

International

Gorbachov Gets Mandate To Smash Freedom Movements  

by Konstantin George

Meanwhile, six republics have made it clear they do not wish to remain in the Soviet Union at all.

LaRouche Estimate on Soviet Crisis: Gorbachov Could Be Out by Year End  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

NATO: ‘Out of Area’ or Out of Business?  

by Michael Liebig

Analyzes the continental European governments’ response to Anglo-American pressures for genocidal wars on the South.

Immediate ‘Iraqi Nuclear Bomb’ Is Hoax  

by Joseph Brewda

‘Iraq Always Sought a Peaceful Solution’  

by Mayser Y. al-Mallah

By the cultural attaché at Iraq’s Embassy, Mayser Y. al-Mallah.

‘The United States Is Punishing Jordan’  

An interview with Laith F. Shubeilat.

Aga Khan Seeks ‘New World Order’ Solution for Gulf Refugees  

by Mark Burdman

Argentina’s Menem Wants Opponents Dead  

by Cynthia R. Rush

When Moro Refused To Abet Mideast War  

by Umberto Pascali

Ershad Arrested in Bangladesh  

by Susan Maitra and Ramtanu Maitra

S. Korean Diplomacy Out on a Limb for Perestroika  

by Lydia Cherry

International Intelligence  

National

Chicago Teach-In Begins New Phase of Anti-War Movement  

Students from nearly 50 different colleges and universities deliberated over Dec. 15-16, and came out with a manifesto demanding withdrawal from the Persian Gulf, and a Mideast “Marshall Plan” development plan, at the Schiller Institute-sponsored meeting.

Helga Zepp-LaRouche Rips Population Wars  

by Helga Zepp-LaRouche

From her address to a Chicago anti-war teach-in.

Court Rulings Incite Clamor for Killings  

by Linda Everett

In a season of hope, the malthusians prey on despair: an analysis of the rulings in the Cruzan and Kevorkian cases.

LaRouche Testifies for the Defense in Roanoke Political Frameup Trial  

by Warren J. Hamerman

Judge Protects Ollie North, ADL Cronies  

by Bruce Director

New Fact Sheet Details Lies behind Bush’s Countdown to War  

FBI, DEA Challenged on Lockerbie Coverup  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

National News  

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