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Volume 20, Number 21, May 28, 1993

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Interviews

Lyndon LaRouche  

From an interview conducted with the economist and political prisoner for the Scottish legal news bulletin Scolag. LaRouche discusses the role of a small country like Scotland in his proposed European Productive Triangle.

Djenana Campara and Zeljko Milicevic  

by Webster G. Tarpley

Two natives of Sarajevo, representing the Bosnia-Hercegovina Information Center of Ottawa, Canada, visited Washington to press U.S. officials to act swiftly to help save their country from destruction.

Departments

Report from Bonn  

by Rainer Apel

Debt Moratorium a Moral Imperative.

Panama Report  

by Carlos Wesley

“The Panama Deception.”

From New Delhi  

by Ramtanu Maitra

Benazir Bhutto’s “Principles.”

Editorial  

Karadzic and Kissinger: Two of a Kind.

Investigation

Yes, the B’nai B’rith Was Implicated in Lincoln Murder  

by Joseph Brewda

ADL International Affairs director Morton Rosenthal claims that LaRouche blames the “U.S. Jewish community” for Lincoln’s assassination. True, Rosenthal’s own pro-slavery B’nai B’rith was involved, but who says they have ever represented Judaism?

Simon Wolf’s Role in the Assassination of Abraham Lincoln  

by Anton Chaitkin

Probe into ADL’s Espionage Expands  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

B’nai B’rith Gives the International Marching Orders at Washington Meet  

by Scott Thompson and Ana M. Phau

ADL Promotes Pagan Education for Peru  

by Manuel Hidalgo and Carlos Méndez

Economics

Citicorp Bailout Leaves Debt as Unpayable as Ever  

by John Hoefle

Readers of EIR have known about the secret Federal takeover of Citicorp since November 1991, but the news must have come as quite a shock to those gullible enough to believe the regulators’ pronouncements that the banking system is solvent.

Russia’s Economic Crisis: A New Approach  

by Prof. Taras V. Muranivsky

Currency Rates  

Mexican Farmers Are Facing Cold-Blooded Extinction  

by Carlos Cota Meza

A new book published in Mexico, The Likely Effects of a Free Trade Treaty on Mexico’s Farm Sector, by José Luis Calva, reveals that as bad as things now stand, the full effects of NAFTA will be far worse.

Clinton Weighs Renewal of China’s ‘Most-Favored Nation’ Trade Status  

by Cho Wen-pin

Integrate Scotland into the ‘Productive Triangle’  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

An interview.

Danes Back Maastricht under Economic Threat  

by Poul Rasmussen

Organized Crime’s Link to Indian Gambling: The Case of Rhode Island  

by François Lepine

Business Briefs  

Feature

Finding a Cure for Derivatives, the Market Cancer  

by Christopher White

EIR’s economics staff analyzes the bubble of so-called financial derivatives which is threatening to explode, taking the whole economy with it. Lyndon LaRouche has proposed a simple measure to bring the market under control: Tax it!

Derivatives: What Are They?  

by Anthony K. Wikrent and Christopher White

How Financial Derivatives Became the World’s Fastest-Growing Market  

by Anthony K. Wikrent, Richard Freeman, and John Hoefle

LaRouche’s Proposed Derivatives Tax Would Solve Budget Crisis  

by Richard Freeman

The History of the Fight against Derivatives  

by Richard Freeman

International

Time Is Running Out for Clinton To Act on Bosnia  

by William Jones

The resolve of the Clinton Administration to lift the arms embargo against Bosnia and use military force to knock out Serb artillery positions, is wavering, under pressure from Britain, France, and Henry Kissinger.

The United States Must Grant Bosnia the Right To Defend Itself  

by Webster G. Tarpley

An interview with Djenana Campara and Zeljko Milicevic.

Ditchleyite Demands Defeat of Serbia  

by Mark Burdman

Serbian Warfare Seeks ‘Murder of Cities’  

Brazilian Military Slams ‘New World Order’ Imperialism  

by Valerie Rush

Documentation: From a manifesto by Air Force Commander-in-Chief Lt. Brig. Ivan Moacyr da Frota.

Egypt on a Short Fuse to Political Blowup as Economic Crisis Worsens  

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

President Mubarak should repudiate the austerity policies of the International Monetary Fund, declare a moratorium on the foreign debt, and reorganize the economy for development, in cooperation with other nations of the region. If he doesn’t, he’s finished.

International Intelligence  

National

Tax Policy Debate Spells Disaster for Economy  

by Nancy Spannaus

The passage of President Clinton’s tax revenue package in the House Ways and Means Committee is almost as disastrous as the defeat of his paltry economic stimulus program a few weeks before.

Russian-U.S. SDI Cooperation Still Open; ‘End of SDI’ is Aspin’s Conceit  

by Paul Gallagher

Documentation: From statements by President Clinton, Secretary of State Christopher, Secretary of Defense Aspin, and a Russian commentary opposing a joint U.S.-Russian ballistic missile defense program.

Mandatory Sentencing Laws Under Attack  

by Edward Spannaus

Congressional Closeup  

by Carl Osgood

National News  

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