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Volume 20, Number 46, November 26, 1993

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Interviews

H.B. Patriarch Michel Sabbah  

by Paolo Raimondi and Dean Andromidas

The Patriarch of Jerusalem evaluates the Israeli-Palestinian peace accords.

Departments

Report from Rio  

by Silvia Palacios and Lorenzo Carrasco

Bankers Revive “Third Sector.”

Dateline Mexico  

by Carlos Méndez

Salinas Backs Schismatic Bishop.

Andean Report  

by Peter Rush

Bolivians Resist Dialogue “Reforms.”

Editorial  

Looking at the Record.

Book Reviews

A ‘Limes’ To Separate Rich and Poor?  

by Elisabeth Hellenbroich

L’Empire et les Nouveaux Barbares: Rupture Nord-Sud (The Empire and the New Barbarians: North-South Rupture), by Jean- Christophe Rufin.

Strategic Studies

Israel Searches Its Soul over Mideast Peace Plan  

by Paolo Raimondi

Paolo Raimondi and Dean Andromidas report from a visit to Israel and the Palestinian Territories, where they met with political and economic leaders involved in implementing the Israeli-Palestinian peace accord.

‘A Neighbor at Peace Is Worth More to Us than a Piece of the Market’  

by Shimon Peres

A speech by the Israeli Foreign Minister to the Jerusalem Business Conference 93.

‘Let Us Begin a New Page in History’  

by Dean Andromidas and Paolo Raimondi

An interview with H.B. Patriarch Michel Sabbah of Jerusalem.

The Mediterranean-Dead Sea Canal Project: A Personal Account  

by Uri S. Würzburger

The former managing director of the Mediterranean-Dead Sea Canal Company reports that all the planning studies for such a grand project are complete and ready to go.

Economics

No Surplus Food Anywhere, USDA Crop Report Shows  

by Marcia Merry

The world total annual output of grains for the past few years has been about 1.7 billion tons, when 3 billion tons are needed to give everyone the basis of a nutritious diet.

Fight over Global Free Trade Erupts in France  

by William Engdahl

Nobel Prize economist Prof. Maurice Allais challenges the World Bank and OECD study “Trade Liberalization: Global Economic Implications,” which is being used to claim large benefits to the world economy from passage of the GATT Uruguay Round.

Currency Rates  

Russia’s Ruble Zone Plan Collapsing  

by Adam East

The German Federal Transportation Masterplan: Too Little, Too Late  

by Alexander Hartmann

Return to National Banking To Finance Infrastructure  

by Alexander Hartmann

Agriculture  

by Suzanne Rose

Growing Hunger in America.

Business Briefs  

Feature

Reverse Vengeful ADL Jailing of LaRouche Associates  

by Warren J. Hamerman

Judge Clifford Weckstein of Roanoke, Virginia, corrupted by the Anti-Defamation League, jails associates of Lyndon LaRouche for prison terms of 25-39 years.

How Could This Happen in America?  

by Ana M. Mendoza-Phau

Bring Forth the Good!  

by Paul Gallagher

We Had To Take a Principled Stand  

by Laurence Hecht

An Unbelievable Travesty of Justice  

by Gail G. Billington

Ascher Jury Was a Lynch Mob against LaRouche  

by Rochelle Ascher

Comparative Sentences of Select Criminal Cases, Southern District of New York (1982-92)  

World Dignitaries Appeal for Justice  

What You Can Do To Restore Justice  

Scientists Decry Political Atrocity  

State Legislators Appeal to the Judge  

International

Bankers Back Communists To Rule in Venezuela  

by Cynthia R. Rush

The strategy revolves around installing Andrés Velásquez, candidate of the Causa R party, in the Presidency. But if Velásquez does not win the Dec. 5 elections, his party is prepared to claim victory in any case and seize power through armed insurrection.

MSIA Warns against Causa R Dictatorship  

by Alejandro Peña Esclusa

Islam: Is It an Enemy?  

by Laith F. Shubeilat

A leading Islamist in Jordan outlines the true basis for Christian-Muslim cooperation.

Bosnian, Croatian Patriots Set Up a Nuremberg for the British Empire  

by Umberto Pascali

Documentation: The texts of Bosnia’s statement of intention to sue the U.K. for genocide, and an anonymous appeal to Croatians to recover their true national identity. Excerpts from: Europarliamentarian Doris Pack’s interview in a Croatian paper; Cardinal Kuharic of Zagreb’s letter to the UN secretary general; Croatian-Bosnian leader Zeliko Milicevic’s speech to an Islamic group in Ottawa.

Militancy in Kashmir Receives a Setback  

by Susan Maitra and Ramtanu Maitra

International Intelligence  

National

Money Talks, Everyone Walks in ADL Spy Probe  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

But the ADL takes a blow in the Demjanjuk case. An analysis, including an exclusive interview with Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

NAFTA Vote Presages Political Realignment  

by Edward Spannaus

The passage of the North American Free Trade Agreement will have far-reaching implications for the two-party system in the United States, as both parties were deeply divided over this crucial issue.

The Gods of Olympus Are Leading the U.S. toward Self-Destruction  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Lyndon LaRouche comments on the policy crisis in Washington, and in particular on Secretary of State Warren Christopher’s misevaluation of the new Russian military doctrine.

Pike Issue Stirs Up a Revolt in Nashville  

by Anton Chaitkin

National News  

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