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Volume 18, Number 27, July 19, 1991

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Interviews

Hrant Kachatrian  

An Armenian Member of Parliament and chairman of the Association of Armenian Constitutional Law, on his nation’s fight for independence.

Book Reviews

A Portrait of Immorality  

by Nancy Spannaus

The Commanders, by Bob Woodward.

Departments

Dateline Mexico  

by Carlos Cota Meza

Cholera Has Arrived.

Panama Report  

by Carlos Wesley

New Proof of U.S. Agents’ Drug Ties.

Report from Bonn  

by Rainer Apel

German-Bashing Alliance in Action.

Editorial  

The First World War—and the Third.

Science & Technology

How India Became Self-Sufficient in Food  

by Ramtanu Maitra

Once freed from the British yoke, India’s population grew rapidly, prompting a scientific revolution in food production, and leaving the malthusians grinding their teeth.

Environmentalism: Anti-Greenhouse Film Finally on U.S. TV  

A round-up on the environmentalists and their opponents.

Strategic Studies

Brazil on War Footing in Defense of Sovereignty  

by Lorenzo Carrasco

Just as the Anglo-Americans are poised to carve up the Brazilian Amazon, powerful nationalist groups in Brazil have mobilized to fight back. Now, the fur is really going to fly.

Gulf War Triggers Intense Debate at Brazilian Military Symposium  

by Silvia Palacios and Lorenzo Carrasco

Report on a conference of Brazil’s Army Command and General Staff School.

Documentation: From the presentations to the symposium by EIR’s correspondents.

‘Desert Storm’ Was a Defeat for Humanity  

by Silvia Palacios

Bush New Order Means War against South  

by Lorenzo Carrasco

Economics

IMF, World Bank Test Case: India Must Buckle Under  

by Mary McCourt Burdman

It was the International Monetary Fund’s policies which pushed Yugoslavia over the brink toward civil war. What will be the effects if the bankers get their way on the vast Indian subcontinent?

‘Economic Miracle’ Could Kill Argentina  

by Cynthia R. Rush

Bank of England Shuts Down BCCI  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

London Takes Aim at Japan, Inc.  

by Kathy Wolfe

First of two parts.

Sobering Words from the Basel Bankers  

by William Engdahl

Malaysia Promotes South-South Ties  

by Lydia Cherry

Currency Rates  

Indonesia Proposes a Development Triangle  

by Mary McCourt Burdman

The IMF Is Not an Alternative to the Socialist Planned Economies  

by Angelika Beyreuther Raimondi

A speech delivered to the Schiller Institute’s May 25 conference in Prague.

Oregon Set To Ration Health Care for Poor  

by Linda Everett

Business Briefs  

Feature

Armenia Fights for Independence from the Soviet Empire  

by Anno Hellenbroich

An on-the-scene report. The deportation of Armenians living in Azerbaidzhan, which was carried out with the help of Soviet troops, buttressed the belief of most Armenians that Moscow was seeking any pretext to uphold the last remaining communist regime in Transcaucasus, and to weaken the independence-minded Armenian republic.

Armenian President Appeals to Bush  

by L. Ter-Petrossian

Armenia Must Not Be the Puppet of Empires  

An interview with Hrant Kachatrian.

Not an Ethnic, but a Political Conflict  

by Levon Ter-Petrossian.

A report by Armenia’s President.

Eyewitnesses Tell of Red Army Genocide Spree  

International

Superpowers Create Civil War in the Heart of Europe  

by Nancy Spannaus

With the United States, U.S.S.R., and European Community as a whole lined up on the side of the Serbian-dominated army, there is little to prevent an escalation to outright war.

Aid Is Mobilized To Save Iraqi Children  

But the Genocide Lobby Has ... Chip Berlet  

by Nancy Primack

Resistance Surfaces in Colombia to the Deal with Narco-Terrorists  

by Andrea Olivieri

International Intelligence  

National

Budget Deadlocks, Emergency Rule Usher in New Fiscal Year  

by H. Graham Lowry

In what the Bush Administration calls the “post-recession” period, nine states are lacking final agreements on their budgets as the deadline passes, and things are moving politically in the direction of rule by decree to enforce budget cuts.

Gates Confirmation: Irangate Won’t Die  

by Herbert Quinde

National News  

Human Rights

Why Lyndon LaRouche Is a Political Prisoner  

The Commission to Investigate Human Rights Violations filed this petition with the Secretary-General of the United Nations, demanding action to reverse the travesty of justice in the case of imprisoned statesman LaRouche and associates.

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