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Volume 19, Number 14, April 3, 1992

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Interviews

Jacques Cheminade  

by Christine Schier

The president of the French Schiller Institute discusses the tumultuous changes taking place in France, including the cantonal elections, and frame-up charges against him and three associates.

Vittorio Sbardella  

An Italian congressman and friend of the late Sicilian politician Salvo Lima discusses foreign meddling in Italy’s politics and the need for a debt moratorium now.

Book Reviews

Gore’s New Book Sets Agenda for Environmentalist Dictatorships  

by Margaret Sexton

Earth in the Balance: Ecology and the Human Spirit, by Sen. Al Gore.

Strategic Studies

Yanomami Reserve: A Plot To Limit Brazil’s Sovereignty  

by Silvia Palacios

At the behest of the Anglo-Americans, President Collor has locked up a large chunk of Brazil’s mineral and natural wealth, and betrayed the nation’s security and sovereignty, on a reserve of 9 million hectares for a tribe of 4,000.

Documentation: A spokesman for the Brazilian Lawyers Institute denounces “the gravest crime that can be done to a nation.”

Prince Philip Migrates South for Spring  

by Scott Thompson

Departments

Report from Bonn  

by Rainer Apel

The Depression that Won’t Go Away.

Report from Rio  

by Geraldo Luis Zaraiva Lino

Environmental Policy Solidified.

Andean Report  

by Manuel Hidalgo

Shining Path Offensive Builds.

Editorial  

Who Are the Pedophiles and Swindlers?

Economics

GATT, NAFTA Talks Renewed Amid Production Collapse  

by Marcia Merry

The only economic indicators that are rising are trade disputes and threats of trade war.

Croatia’s ‘Economic Messenger’: Has ‘Shock Therapy’ Helped East Europe?  

by Steve Corkovic

A report from Privredni Vjesnik on the November 1991 Schiller Institute “Productive Triangle” conference in Berlin.

Why ‘Free Market’ Means Cannot Solve the Present Economic Crisis  

by William Engdahl

A post mortem on the late Friedrich von Hayek.

North Plans To Grab South’s Resources under Bio-Diversity Treaty  

by Ramtanu Maitra and Susan Maitra

Currency Rates  

Susnoy Bar Leak Used To Boost ‘Green Police’  

by Mark Burdman

Elephant Policy Shows Oligarchic Insanity  

by Lydia Cherry

Banking  

by John Hoefle

The RTC Declares Victory.

Business Briefs  

Feature

The Fraud behind Chile’s Economic ‘Success Story’  

by Peter Rush and Dennis Small

Chile is the “good boy” of the free market model cooked up by the Chicago School of Milton Friedman et al. In 18 years of Chicago School dictatorship, Chile never missed a debt payment—while employment tumbled, investment dried up, and living standards hit rock bottom. Only by 1990 did the economy crawl its way back to per capita levels of output and income of 20 years earlier.

International

Demands of Human Beings Could Derail Earth Summit  

by Kathleen Klenetsky

“The whole thing is falling apart,” wail the promoters of the zero-growth extravaganza. A senior British analyst complains that a backlash is building in the Third World against the malthusian agenda of the Rio summit organizers.

New Evidence Emerges in the Herrhausen Assassination Case  

by Helga Zepp-LaRouche

Revelations of former Pentagon official Col. Fletcher Prouty have appeared in the Italian press.

Israel, Turkey Likeliest Pawns in New Wars  

by Joseph Brewda

Carlos Menem Fears Anti-IMF Backlash  

by Cynthia R. Rush

In Venezuela, the U.S. Tries To Keep Dike from Breaking  

by Carlos Wesley

Will Colombia Tread Venezuela’s Path?  

by Valerie Rush

Whites Vote To Continue Reforms in South Africa  

by Allen Douglas

Italian Assassination Puts Spotlight on Kissinger Again  

by Umberto Pascali

The parties that benefit are claiming it was “inter-mafia” rivalries.

A Day with the Russian Army  

by Konstantin George

International Intelligence  

National

Bare Ford-Rockefeller Plan To Invade Nigeria, Venezuela  

A study prepared for the U.S. Congress in August 1975 reveals that the United States considered military action to seize oil fields on three continents.

New Light on Desert Storm  

by Joseph Brewda

Jerry Brown and His Agenda for the Destruction of America  

by Brian Lantz

Political Upheaval Starts To Hit U.S.  

by H. Graham Lowry

Elephants & Donkeys  

by Kathleen Klenetsky

Bill Clinton’s Cocaine Connection.

Congressional Closeup  

by William Jones

National News  

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