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Volume 20, Number 9, February 26, 1993

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Interviews

Steven Corkovic and Djenana Veledar Campara  

by Umberto Pascali

Two members of the Executive Committee of the Bosnia-Hercegovina Information Office in Ottawa, Canada, explain their initiative to block Serbia’s strategy of setting Bosnians and Croatians against one another.

Dr. Ibrahim Rugova  

by Raynald Rouleau

The President of Kosova, on a visit to Washington, discusses the potential for a new expansion of Serbia’s war.

Dr. Bujar Bukoshi  

by Mark Burdman and Ortrun Cramer

The Prime Minister of Kosova gives an historical overview of the conflict there.

Reviews

It Is Time To Rediscover Renaissance Perspective  

by Warren J. Hamerman

The Heritage of Giotto’s Geometry: Art and Science on the Eve of the Scientific Revolution, by Samuel Y. Edgerton, Jr.

Departments

Andean Report  

by Javier Almario

Religious War in Colombia.

Dateline Mexico  

by Carlos Cota Meza

Kissinger in Mexico.

Music Views and Reviews  

by Kathy Wolfe

Understanding Johannes Brahms.

Editorial  

Free LaRouche by March 23rd.

Economics

They’re Calling It a ‘Depression’—Now What?  

by Marcia Merry

The London Times writes that Clinton “underestimated the force of the world depression.” British analysts are forecasting “some form of revolution.” German steel workers are taking to the streets in protest at the shutdown of their industry. It’s time to implement LaRouche’s program!

Bankers Make Pronasol International Model  

by Cynthia R. Rush

Why Is the Clinton Administration So Hot on Natural Gas?  

by Anthony K. Wikrent

Currency Rates  

Chinese Agriculture on a Tightrope, Threatens New Wave of Unrest  

by Mary Burdman

Agriculture  

by Marcia Merry

Irradiation Kills E. Coli.

Banking  

by John Hoefle

Edper Begins To Liquidate.

Business Briefs  

Feature

Balkans: Deal with Russia Heralds Broader War Ahead  

by Umberto Pascali

Reginald Bartholomew, the new U.S. envoy to Bosnia, is known as the “destroyer of Lebanon” for his role as ambassador to that country.

Winter of Death Descends on Bosnia  

by Konstantin George

Croatian Journalist: How Appeasement of Serbia Led to War  

by Srecko Jurdana

Srecko Jurdana, on tour in the United States, chronicles the capitulations by the West and by the Croatian government.

Bosnian Croats, Muslims Declare Their Solidarity  

Bosnians and Croatians Must Unite against Serbian Aggression  

by Umberto Pascali

An interview with Steven Corkovic and Djenana Veledar Campara.

Serbian War Machine Is Threat to Europe  

by Raynald Rouleau

An interview with Dr. Ibrahim Rugova.

People Must Not Look On Idly as Another People Is Exterminated  

by Mark Burdman and Ortrun Cramer

An interview with Dr. Bujar Bukoshi.

International

Brazil Rebels against Televised Immorality  

by Silvia Palacios

The satanic murder of a TV soap opera star has provoked a national outcry, starting with the archbishop of Salvador and primate of Brazil.

Documentation: Dom Lucas Moreira Neves’s attack on the TV mafia, and an “Epitaph for the Director of Globe Organizations, Robert Mannho.”

Shining Path, State Dept. Assault Peru  

by Valerie Rush

Multinational Force Violates OAS Charter  

by Ana M. Phau

New World Order’s Crimes in Armenia  

by Hovhanes Galajian

Declaration in Support of Armenia and Karabakh  

Mumcu Assassination Destabilizes Turkey  

by Joseph Brewda

Foreign Tinkering Continues, as Afghan Imbroglio Reaches a New Watershed  

by Susan Maitra and Ramtanu Maitra

Pope in Africa, Seeks Dialogue with Islam  

New Light on Serbia’s Nazi Psychiatric Mafia  

by Mark Burdman

A profile of Dr. Jovan Raskovic.

Is Isi Leibler Becoming a Liability?  

Part 3 of a series.

S.E. Asia Cements Subcontinental Ties  

by Lydia Cherry

International Intelligence  

National

Clinton’s Economic Plan ‘Guaranteed To Be a Flop’  

by Kathleen Klenetsky

Said Lyndon LaRouche, “As long as they do not touch the Federal Reserve System and its problems, there is no possibility, no matter how stringent or austere the measures, of dealing with the growth of the total national debt or the growth of the fiscal bite of the debt into the operating budgets.”

ADL Caught Spying on 12,000 Americans  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Virginia Death Row Inmates Sue To Stop Use of Electric Chair  

by Katherine Notley

Documentation: Excerpts from the Federal class action suit Poyner v. Murray.

BASIC Peddles UN Protectorate for Bosnia  

by Scott Thompson

Shooting at CIA HQ Remains a Mystery  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

National News  

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