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Volume 19, Number 25, June 19, 1992

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Interviews

Munther Haddadin  

by Joseph Brewda and Marcia Merry

The former director of the Jordan Valley Authority, Dr. Haddadin currently heads Jordan’s delegation to the Multilateral Talks on water, and is the principal expert on water issues on the Jordanian delegation to the Bilateral Peace Talks with Israel.

Book Reviews

Can Scientific Islam Provide a ‘Third Way’ in Economic Policy?  

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

Islam and the Economic Challenge, by M. Umer Chapra.

Catholic Monthly Blasts American Free Traders  

Do the ‘Revisionists’ Really Understand Japan?  

by Kathy Wolfe

Trading Places: How We Are Giving Our Future to Japan, by Clyde V. Prestowitz, Jr.

G.W. Leibniz’s Writings in a Recent Popular Collection  

by Nora Hamerman

Philosophical Essays, edited by Roger Anew and Daniel Garber.

Departments

China Report  

by Michael Billington

China’s Economy on the Brink.

Andean Report  

by Javier Almario

Judge Orders Terrorists To Stand Trial.

Dateline Mexico  

by Carlos Cota Meza

“La Quina” Conviction Dooms Pemex.

Editorial  

Bush, John Major, and More Wars.

Strategic Studies

Pagan `Earth Summit’ Opens in Rio de Janeiro  

by Silvia Palacios

U.N. Secretary General Boutros Boutros-Ghali inaugurated this modern-day version of a fascist Nuremberg Rally with two minutes of silence in honor of Mother Earth, the pagan goddess Gaia.

Why the ‘Eco-Pagan’ Movement Wants To Destroy the Essence of Christianity  

by Lorenzo Carrasco Bazúa

Lorenzo Carrasco Bazúa, in a speech to the founding conference of the Ibero-American Solidarity Movement in Tlaxcala, Mexico, traces the “sick naturalism” of the ecology movement back to Marxism, Romanticism—and the Pelagian heresy.

Dixy Lee Ray Battles Rio Green Agenda  

by Geraldo Luis Zaraiva Lino

The former governor of the state of Washington, a biologist, confronted the environmentalists head-on, leading a Brazilian paper to brand her “the big bad wolf” of Eco-92.

Economics

IMF Hits the Rocks in Russian Republic  

by Rachel Douglas and Denise Henderson

On the first anniversary of Boris Yeltsin’s election as President of the Russian Federation, the economy is a shambles, with Weimar-style hyperinflation. Yeltsin’s team has been unable to deliver the changes ordered by the IMF.

Japan Hits U.S. with ‘Unfair Trade’ Charges  

by Kathy Wolfe

Mideast Water Development: Making the Desert Bloom  

by Joseph Brewda and Marcia Merry

An interview with Munther Haddadin.

Currency Rates  

Thousands of Jobs Needed in U.S. Heavy Manufacturing  

by Anthony K. Wikrent

U.S. Unemployment Cover-up  

Catholic monthly blasts  

American free traders

Agriculture  

by Suzanne Rose

Dutikel Woos Farmers for GATT.

Banking  

by John Hoefle

Olympia & York: The Bankers’ Nightmare.

Business Briefs  

Feature

Population Control Lobby Banned DDT To Kill More People  

by Marjorie Mazel Hecht

It is the 20th anniversary of the banning of the pesticide that has saved more human lives than any other man-made chemical. At a press conference sponsored by Conference-14, scientists presented the truth about this travesty: Not only is the ban scientifically incompetent, but it is based upon a policy of deliberate genocide.

Poison of ‘Silent Spring’ Lingers On  

by Dr. Thomas H. Jukes

Exposing the Myth of the ‘Danger’ of DDT  

by Dr. William E. Hazeltine

Ecoindustry Pursues ‘Unholy Genocide’  

by Dr. J. Gordon Edwards

DDT Ban Means Death for Millions  

by Edward G. Remmers

International

Turkish-Albanian Alliance Raises Threat of Balkan War  

by Konstantin George

The military pact signed with the blessing of Washington is intended to give Turkey an Ottoman Empire-style protectorate over neighboring states to “protect” Muslim populations. The plan is a threat to just about everyone in the region.

Documentation: Statements from around the world on the danger of world war arising out of the recent developments in the Balkans.

Venezuela Seethes with Anti-IMF Anger  

by José Ignacio Mussett

International Intelligence  

National

Balanced-Budget Mania Pushes Nation to the Brink  

by H. Graham Lowry

The Congress is threatening to institutionalize draconian austerity, by promoting a balanced budget amendment to the Constitution. The vote to submit the amendment to the states for ratification failed, but only barely.

LaRouche Wins N. Dakota Primary  

by John Sigerson

There’s a big media scramble on to try to pretend it didn’t happen—but it did. Said LaRouche in a message to North Dakota voters: “It means no more than it means, but it means a great deal.”

U.S. Court Re-Opens Demjanjuk Case  

by Katherine Notley

Will the Anti-Defamation League and its Office of Special Investigations finally have to answer for years of flouting the law?

Michigan Serial Killer Remains at Large  

by Linda Everett

Someone must be determined to back Dr. Jack Kevorkian’s crusade to legalize death on demand.

International Law Expert: No NATO Intervention into Balkans!  

by Francis A. Boyle

An open letter to the U.S. Senate by a professor of international law at the University of Illinois.

Whittle Attempts To Capitalize on Disaster in U.S. Education  

by Joyce Fredman

Congressional Closeup  

by William Jones

National News  

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