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Volume 19, Number 28, July 17, 1992

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Interviews

Anvar D. Usmanov  

by Mark Burdman

A leading figure in the Birlik opposition movement of Uzbekistan discusses the economic challenge facing his country.

Pavel A. Minakir  

by Mark Burdman

The deputy governor of the Khabarovsk Territory Administration of Russia outlines the problems in infrastructure development facing his region of the Far East.

Guram Chakhvachze  

by Rachel Douglas

A member of the Executive Committee of the National Democratic Party of Georgia, and of the State Council of Georgia, reports on the political and military crisis in the Transcaucasus.

Investigation

Ben Barka’s Kidnappers Try To Silence LaRouche’s Friends  

by Gail G. Billington

The law firm behind the prosecution of four associates of Lyndon LaRouche in France turns out to have a quite extraordinary pedigree. The trail leads back to a scandal that rocked the administration of Gen. Charles de Gaulle in 1965: the kidnapping by French agents of Moroccan opposition leader Mehdi Ben Barka, who was never heard from again. Who benefitted? Certainly not de Gaulle.

Departments

Africa Report  

by Leonardo Servadio

An Example of Christian Capitalism.

Dateline Mexico  

by Carlos Cota Meza

A Conspiracy Against Pemex.

Report from Rio  

by Silvia Palacios

A Lifeline for Marques.

Andean Report  

by Andrea Olivieri

Drugs and the New World Order.

Editorial  

History at a Turning Point.

Economics

Summit Proclaims ‘Recovery’ While Economy Sinks Deeper  

by Volker Hassmann

A report from the Munich economic summit of the Group of Seven. Which of these world leaders, who have nothing useful to say about the world crisis, will still be in office by the time the next summit rolls around?

Collapse of Ibero-American ‘Recovery’ Panics Washington  

by Cynthia R. Rush

California Is Paying Its Bills in Scrip  

by H. Graham Lowry

Debt Burden Worsens Africa’s Drought of the Century  

by Dana S. Scanlon

Currency Rates  

Agriculture  

by Suzanne Rose

Loan Shark Bank Loots Farmers.

Banking  

by John Hoefle

O&Y Faces Bankruptcy in U.S., Too.

U.S. Unemployment Cover-up  

Business Briefs  

Feature

Eurasian Alliance for Infrastructure: Key to World Peace  

by Jonathan Tennenbaum

The economics of Leibniz, Hamilton, and LaRouche must be put to work for a peace-winning policy, for a world without empires. A cornerstone is the construction of an integrated Eurasian infrastructure network stretching from the Atlantic to the Pacific, and utilizing the most modern technologies. A programmatic analysis.

Who Would Be Served by Eurasia Rail Network  

Eurasian Rail Project: Building the World’s Greatest Rail Network  

by Mary Burdman and Konstantin George

Report on the construction of a “Second Eurasian Land-Bridge.”

We Need To Build a ‘Silk Road’ Railway  

by Mark Burdman

An interview with Anvar D. Usmanov.

Infrastructure Needs in Russian Far East  

by Mark Burdman

An interview with Pavel A. Minakir.

International

Was Herrhausen Killed by Western Intelligence?  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Sensational revelations aired on German television suggest that Alfred Herrhausen, Germany’s most important banker, may have been assassinated by western intelligence agencies. You read it first in EIR.

LaRouche, Classics Invoked To Save Russia  

by John Sigerson

‘Arc of Instability’ Engulfs Borders of former Soviet Union  

by Konstantin George

Russia Is Pressuring Georgia in the South Ossetian Crisis  

by Rachel Douglas

An interview with Guram Chakhvachze.

CIS Sets Up Its Own ‘Blue Helmet’ Force  

by Konstantin George

Japan’s Miyazawa Tells Bush To Develop Asia  

by Kathy Wolfe

Cambodia Development Pushed by Japan  

by Linda de Hoyos

Carlos Menem’s Woes Multiply  

by Gerardo Terán and Cynthia R. Rush

Anglo-Americans Set North Africa Ablaze  

by Joseph Brewda

Washington Demands that Allies Back New ‘Global European Order’  

by Yves Messer

International Intelligence  

National

Will Democratic Party Give Death Penalty To Itself?  

by Mel Klenetsky

The selection of Al Gore as the vice-presidential running mate for Bill Clinton embodies what Lyndon LaRouche calls the corrupt “southern strategy” being used by both the Republican and Democratic parties in the “present trend toward the self-destruction of the United States.”

Resistance Grows to NAFTA Trade Pact  

N.D. Board of Elections, AP Hand Victory to Perot  

by Steve Komm

ADL Leads Lynch Mob against Demjanjuk  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

‘Neo-Taney’ Supreme Court Speeds Demolition of the U.S. Constitution  

by Edward Spannaus

Court in Business of ‘Abortion Umpiring’  

by Linda Everett

Court’s Okay To Kidnap May Explode Debt Bomb  

A statement by the Ibero-American Solidarity Movement on the U.S. Supreme Court’s ratification of the Thornburgh Doctrine.

Elephants & Donkeys  

by Kathleen Klenetsky

Will Bush Bow Out?

Congressional Closeup  

by William Jones

National News  

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