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Volume 18, Number 5, February 1, 1991

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Interviews

Rev. Raphael Bidawid  

by Fiorella Operto

The Chaldean Catholic primate of Baghdad, in Rome organizing to end the Middle East war, insists “already too many lives have been sacrificed.”

Book Reviews

Anglo-American Treachery: What Argentina Can Tell Iraq  

by Cynthia R. Rush

The History of the South Atlantic Conflict, The War for the Malvinas, by Rubén O. Moro.

The Conceptual Power of Christianity  

by Warren J. Hamerman

The Feast of Faith, by Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger.

1992 Celebrations of Columbus: Forward to Mars, or Back to Eco- Idiocy?  

by Richard Sanders

The Conquest of Paradise, by Kirkpatrick Sale.

Investigation

John Train, Paris Review, and the ‘Get LaRouche’ Gang  

by Scott Thompson

Ever wonder where the uniformly identical slanders against LaRouche come from? The trail leads back to the CIA’s involvement in the creation of the rock-drug-sex counterculture, under the direction of British Secret Intelligence, via the “salons” of Wall Street investment banker John Train.

Departments

Strategic Map  

Will Bush Revive World Communism?

Report from Rio  

by Silvia Palacios

Vulnerability to Bush’s War.

Report from Paris  

Who Will Save France’s Honor?

Dateline Mexico  

by Carlos Cota Meza

Mexican Oil for Bush’s “New Order.”

Andean Report  

by Andrea Olivieri

Gaviria’s Narco-Pact Is a Sham.

Panama Report  

by Carlos Wesley

What If the U.S. Defeats Iraq?

Editorial  

When the Truth Comes Out.

Economics

Burden Sharing: Bush’s Second Front against Allies  

by Christopher White

Whether in depression or in war, the White House wants the Group of Seven to pay.

Bush Export Controls Punish Third World  

by Kathleen Klenetsky

Documentation: French author supports Bush starvation policy.

Currency Rates  

No ‘Soft Landing’ for U.S. Airlines  

by Anthony K. Wikrent

Say it was the economic downturn, say it was higher oil prices; but it was “flea market economics” that shot down PanAm and Eastern.

Malaysia Stumps for Asian Bloc  

by Lydia Cherry

Prime Minister Mahathir is building for regional economic integration, unencumbered by the British Commonwealth countries and the U.S. “free trade” disasters.

Agriculture  

by Marcia Merry

“Farmer-Friendly” Bill To Kill Farmers.

Banking  

by John Hoefle

How Big Will Bank Bailout Be?

Business Briefs  

Feature

Spread of Gulf War Will Bring Back Global Showdown  

Lyndon LaRouche looks at an unstable world and the potential for Bush’s Iran military action to revive dangers that should have been dispelled by the 1989-90 freedom movements in Eastern Europe.

Balkan Powder Keg Is Set To Explode  

Soviets Gain a New Foothold in Europe  

by Rainer Apel

Germans increasingly fear that Moscow’s military hardliners will make policy.

Gulf War Already Spread to Africa  

by Linda de Hoyos

Both Israel and the U.S. are meddling in crises in Sudan, Ethiopia, Chad.

Gulf Madness Gives China an Opportunity  

by Mary McCourt Burdman

Taiwan Leaders Fear Invasion by P.R.C.  

by Lydia Cherry

Response to Gulf War Muted in South Asia  

by Susan Maitra and Ramtanu Maitra

North Africa Begins To Erupt  

by Joseph Brewda

International

Gulf War Intended To Wipe Out Iraq as Nation  

by Joseph Brewda

U.S. news media are still covering it up, but George Bush’s New World Order has been initiated with a bloodbath—and the end is not soon in sight.

Baltic Republics Vow To Fight, but Need Western Support to Survive  

by Hartmut Cramer

Lithuania was forced at gunpoint to agree to a referendum of its citizens on Feb. 9.

Ibero-America Is Against Iraq War  

by Carlos Wesley

Our southern neighbors are still smarting from the invasion of Panama, and angered at the betrayal of the Baltics.

Europeans Don’t Want Another War  

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

The mass opposition in continental Europe may be one phenomenon Bush did not pre-discount.

Argentina’s Cabinet ‘Made in U.S.A.’  

by Cynthia R. Rush

Kissinger’s Lawrence Eagleburger put pressure on Menem, and ministers whom the White House deemed “questionable” were removed.

Beethoven’s Ninth: A Survey of CD Versions  

by John Howard

International Intelligence  

National

Mass Ferment Flows into U.S. Anti-War Movement  

by Nancy Spannaus

As LaRouche foresaw, 18 months after the world’s mass freedom movements began in Tiananmen Square, U.S. citizens are responding to the superpower agreements to bolster each others’ collapsing empires, by joining a peace movement liberally seeded with LaRouche’s program to get out of the depression.

Billy Graham, Bush’s Rasputin?  

by Christopher White and Scott Thompson

A Report on the “British Israelite” Cult.

‘Mad Dictator’ Makes Emergency Power Grab  

by Kathleen Klenetsky

Bush Faces Bloody War of Attrition  

by Leo Scanlon

The U.S. industrial base is in no condition to support a production surge.

Budget Cuts Target the Poor  

by H. Graham Lowry

Trial Will Revive Thornburgh Scandal  

by Steve Komm and Jeffrey Steinberg

Trial of LaRouche Associates Shows Nazi Justice Reigns in Virginia  

by Warren J. Hamerman

A fact sheet on the kangaroo-court trial of Paul Gallagher, Anita Gallagher, and Laurence Hecht—three political organizers who each face sentences of 40-plus years for the “crime” of soliciting political loans.

Congressional Closeup  

by William Jones

National News  

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