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Volume 18, Number 49, December 20, 1991

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Interviews

Prof. Franjo Zenko  

by Gabriele Liebig

The chairman of the great council of the Croatian Social Liberal Party discusses Serbia’s real war aims.

Jean-Jacques Honorat  

by Dana S. Scanlon and Carlos Wesley

Haiti’s prime minister, a prominent human rights activist for 40 years and a professor of law and human rights, was named to head the current government after the ouster of the maniacal President, Jean-Bertrand Aristide.

Jurij Darewych  

by Irene Beaudry

The co-producer of the documentary film “Harvest of Despair,” on the 1932-33 famine in Ukraine caused deliberately by Stalin, evaluates the prospects for his nation.

John Cooley  

by William Jones

An ABC News reporter and author of Payback-America’s Long War in the Middle East, Mr. Cooley has covered the Middle East and North Africa since 1957.

Book Reviews

Art Books Make Good Holiday Gifts, But Don’t Neglect the Art Museums  

by Nora Hamerman

Paintings from the Frick Collection, by Charles Ryskamp, Bernice Davidson, Edgar Munhall, and Nadia Tscherny; Fifty Old Master Paintings from the Walters Art Gallery, by Eric M. Zafran; Resplendence of the Spanish Monarchy: Renaissance Tapestries and Armor from the Patrimonio Nacional, by Antonio Domínguez Ortiz, Concha Herrera Carretero, and José A. Godoy; Greek Sculpture, by Andrew Stewart; and Zurbarán, by Jonathan Brown.

Departments

Dateline Mexico  

by Carlos Cota Meza

Bush and Salinas Share Destinies.

Report from Rio  

by Silvia Palacios

Malthusian Lobby Counterattacks.

Andean Report  

by Andrea Olivieri

An Ex-President Whose Time Is Up.

Letters to the Editor  

Editorial  

The U.S. Economy Can Recover.

Strategic Studies

Zepp-LaRouche: A Moral Basis for Grand Strategy  

by Helga Zepp-LaRouche

Schiller Institute founder Helga Zepp-LaRouche addresses the institute’s conference in Berlin. If western Europe thinks it can be an island of prosperity, while taking from the rest of the world its means of subsistence by means of “shock therapy” and IMF austerity, it had better think twice. On the agenda now is to replace the bankrupt Bretton Woods system with a new, just world economic order.

Speakers at the Berlin Conference  

The Struggle for Freedom in China  

Speech by Ni Yuxian, a longtime fighter for democracy in the People’s Republic of China.

Economics

McNamara Evokes ‘Massive Effort’ To Cut Population  

by Marcia Merry

The man known as Robert “Body Count” McNamara during the Vietnam War days, is at it again, targeting Third World populations for elimination-under the polite U.N. rubrics of “family planning” and “development.”

Brazil and Argentina Prepare To Surrender to Technological Apartheid  

by Alberto Sabato

Documentation: From a speech by Brazilian Deputy Mauro Borges, denouncing the “safeguards” of the International Atomic Energy Agency as a new form of colonialism.

Japan Protects Its Internal Food Supply  

by Kathy Wolfe

China Economy Fuels Social Explosion  

by Michael Billington

Currency Rates  

Ibero-America Becoming a Drug Money-Laundering Center  

by José Carlos Méndez

Transportation  

by Anthony K. Wikrent

Highway Bill: A Road to Nowhere.

Banking  

by John Hoefle

Bankers Fear “Systemic” Crisis.

Business Briefs  

Feature

Virginia: A Case Study in Judicial Barbarism  

by Anita Gallagher and Paul Gallagher

While Washington selectively decries “human rights violations” abroad—including where they don’t exist—the American prison system has become the largest gulag in the free world. At the head of the march back to the Dark Ages is the Commonwealth of Virginia, where 45% of the inmates on death row are black, and where associates of Lyndon LaRouche have been given prison sentences averaging 41 years, and as high as 77 hears, for the “crime” of political organizing. A report by Anita Gallagher and Paul Gallagher, two of those so convicted.

U.N. Conventions Also Torn Up  

International

Economic Policy Will Make or Break New Commonwealth  

by Konstantin George

With the formation of the new Community of Independent States, headquartered in Minsk, there is no possibility for reviving “Moscow Center.” But the critical issue of economic policy, which will determine the success or failure of the new experiment, remains to be solved.

Serbia’s Unadmitted War Aims in Croatia  

by Gabriele Liebig

An interview with Prof. Franjo Zenko.

‘We Will Not Kneel Down to Any Imposition Coming from Abroad’  

by Carlos Wesley and Dana S. Scanlon

An interview with Jean-Jacques Honorat.

Haitian Leaders Charge U.S. Embargo Is Genocide  

by Carlos Wesley

History Shows that Ukraine Will Not Be Deterred from Independence  

by Irene Beaudry

An interview with Jurij Darewych.

LaRouche Program Publicized in Russian Newspaper  

by Rachel Douglas

Leibler Woos Asians for Anglo-Americans  

by Lydia Cherry

The Australian number-two official in the World Jewish Congress is trying “shuttle diplomacy,” Henry Kissinger-style.

Visit to India by Nepal’s Prime Minister Throws Beijing Off Guard  

by Susan Maitra and Ramtanu Maitra

International Intelligence  

National

Schiller Institute Calls on U.S. To Back Croatia  

by Paul Gallagher

Meeting in Arlington, Virginia, 250 participants from around the world heard Lyndon LaRouche relate the butchery against Croatia to U.S. support for British economic and strategic policies.

Budget Cutters Pit Poor vs. Taxpayers  

by H. Graham Lowry

Australian Newsletter Asks, ‘Is George Bush honorable?’  

Inside News releases, for the first time anywhere, documents provided by Australian and U.S. law enforcement sources, alleging that Bush personally attended sodomy and child sex parties organized by Nebraska GOP fundraiser Larry King. Incredible? Read on.

LaRouche Commemorates Pearl Harbor Day  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

The U.S. Is Being Repaid for Its Mistakes in the Mideast  

by William Jones

An interview with John Cooley.

National News  

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