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Volume 20, Number 27, July 16, 1993

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Tienie Groenewald  

Major General Groenewald is the former head of the Department of Military Intelligence of the South African Defense Forces, and is a founder of the “Committee of Generals” playing a key role in the negotiations toward a new constitution for South Africa.

Mwezi Twala  

A former African National Congress commissar, Mr. Twala is now chairman of the Returned Exiles Coordinating Committee in South Africa, and a regional organizer for the Inkatha Freedom Party.

Zvonimir Separovic  

by Elke Fimmen

The former Croatian Foreign Minister was president of the International Victimological Society, and is a member of its international executive council, accredited to the United Nations.

Science & Technology

Nuclear Power in the East: Cause for Fear, or for Hope?  

by Emmanuel Grenier

In many countries in eastern Europe, nuclear energy is the critical edge between going forward and going down. Western cooperation in upgrading safety and expanding capacity is the key. Emmanuel Grenier reports.


Dateline Mexico  

by Hugo López Ochoa

A Blow to Freemasonry.

Report from Rio  

by Silvia Palacios

Ethnic Offensive Reactivated.

Andean Report  

by Carlos Méndez

Peru Stalls on ADL’s Education Reform.

Report from Bonn  

by Rainer Apel

Who’s Afraid of Unmasking 2,000 Spies?


The Wrong Signal.


NAFTA Crisis Threatens U.S. ‘Free Trade’ Hoax  

by Peter Rush

A Washington, D.C. judge’s ruling against the North American Free Trade Agreement has created an obstacle to passage of a pact that has grown increasingly unpopular in Congress, and among the U.S. electorate.

LaRouche on the G-7 Summit: World Leaders Don’t Know Which End Is Up  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

U.S. Unemployment Coverup  

Economic Crisis Threatens Demise of Chinese Communist Party  

by Mary Burdman

World Bank Takes Wrong Tack on Controlling Bangladesh Floods  

by Ramtanu Maitra

Currency Rates  

Bankers’ Boy CAP in Venezuela Feels the Heat, as Battle Rages over Economy  

by Alfonso Rodríguez

Business Briefs  


Can South Africa Achieve Unity To Build a Nation?  

by Linda de Hoyos

‘It Is Time To Unify People,’ Said Hani  

by Gisela Albrecht

An interview with Chris Hani, the secretary general of the South African Communist Party, published in the French Communist Party’s newspaper three days before his mysterious assassination.

A New Colonialism Is Being Fostered  

An interview with Maj. Gen. Tienie Groenewald.

We Should Not Rely on the IMF, World Bank  

An interview with Mwezi Twala.

The Road toward a Constitutional Republic in South Africa  

by Rev. James Bevel

Speeches by Rev. James Bevel during and after visits to South Africa in 1988-89.


Russia Moves in Caucasus To Reconquer Its Empire  

by Konstantin George

Western policy blunders are giving free rein to the imperial Russian forces that want to make Moscow the “Third Rome,” capital of a new empire.

LaRouche Warned about ‘Third Rome’ in 1983  

Russian Paper: U.S. Nixed Joint SDI Plan  

by Rachel Douglas and Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Excerpts from Nezavisimaya Gazeta, and a comment by Lyndon LaRouche.

The ‘Greater’ China Plan: Britain’s ‘Venetian’ Policy To Control Asia  

by Michael Billington

‘Mankind Has a Right to Peace,’ Asserts Former Croatian Minister  

by Elke Fimmen

An interview with Zvonimir Separovic.

Movement Launched To Save Italy  

Argentina To Be U.S. Policeman?  

by Cynthia R. Rush

OAS Hammers at Argentine Military  

by Cynthia R. Rush

International Intelligence  


Clinton Bush-Leaguers Hit Iraq, Predict Islamic Terror  

by Joseph Brewda

The U.S. bombing of Baghdad has demonstrated U.S. weakness, not strength, and was met with ridicule around the world.

Thousands in Philadelphia Co-Sign U.S. Declaration of Independence  

by Patricia Salisbury

Court Overrules FEC on LaRouche’s Right to Matching Funds  

‘A Peek at the Possibility of Justice’  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Lyndon LaRouche responds to the appeals court ruling against the Federal Election Commission.

Heads Begin To Roll in ADL’s Networks  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Special Master Finds Demjanjuk Was Not ‘Ivan the Terrible’  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Congressional Closeup  

by William Jones

National News  

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