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Volume 21, Number 2, January 7, 1994

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Interviews

Maurice King  

by Christine Bierre

Dr. King, a professor of public health at Leeds University in England, defends the malthusian program. He is notorious for an article which called for an end to vaccination of children in the Third World.

Viktor Kuzin  

The Russian human rights activist and former member of the Moscow City Council tells why he has formed a new Moscow Bureau for Human Rights Defense Without Borders.

Mirza Aslam Beg  

General Beg, the former Chief of Staff of Pakistan’s Army, is now the chairman of the Foundation for Research on National Development and Security (Friends) in Pakistan.

Istvan Csurka  

by David Kilber

The co-founder and former vice chairman of the ruling Hungarian Democratic Forum party (MDF), Mr. Csurka has been an outspoken opponent of International Monetary Fund policies.

Books

Lockerbie: Coleman Case Targets Oliver North Network  

by Mark Burdman

Trail of the Octopus: From Beirut to Lockerbie—Inside the DIA, by Donald Goddard with Lester K. Coleman.

Johnny Can’t Read if Teachers Can’t Teach  

by Leo Scanlon

War Against the Schools’ Academic Child Abuse, by Siegfried Engelmann.

Departments

Report from Bonn  

by Rainer Apel

Unprepared for the Turbulence of 1994.

Report from Rio  

by Silvia Palacios

Era of the Centurions?

Editorial  

The Best of America.

Economics

African Academy of Sciences Defends Population Growth  

by Paul Gallagher

While the British Royal Society is demanding an agenda of forced population reduction for the upcoming UN population conference, the African academy has issued a noble statement rejecting this malthusian program.

Malthusians Hit Paris with Drive for Depopulation and Genocide  

by Frédérique Vereycken

A report from a conference of ghouls called “Equilibrium and Population”.

‘Malthus’s Ideas Have Been Merely Postponed’  

by Christine Bierre

An interview with Maurice King.

GATT Debate in Indian Parliament Puts Government on Defensive  

by Susan Maitra and Ramtanu Maitra

Nobel Economist Hits GATT Once Again  

Currency Rates  

Mexican Government Admits Economic Woes  

by Carlos Cota Meza

Banking  

by John Hoefle

The $12 Trillion Asterisk.

Agriculture  

by Suzanne Rose

“Hunger Forum” Is Short on Solutions.

Business Briefs  

Feature

Who Lost Russia, and What Will It Take To Save It?  

by Webster Tarpley

EIR’s Webster Tarpley briefs the press in Washington, following a visit to Russia. Describing the hideous conditions facing Russians today, he states: “I would challenge the American news media, television in particular, to explain why they don’t show this reality.”

LaRouche’s Record on Moscow, the Third Rome  

Witte’s Grand Design for Russian Development  

by Denise Henderson

New Bureau Seeks To Revitalize Russia’s Human Rights Movement  

An interview with Viktor Kuzin.

International

Time Is Running Out for Middle East Peace Effort  

by Susan Welsh

The infrastructure development projects that are absolutely key to peace between Israelis and Palestinians have not yet begun. Will the world waste this precious opportunity, and plunge the region once more into flames?

Create Regional Areas of Economic Interests  

An interview with Gen. Mirza Aslam Beg.

If We Paid Only Half Our Debt, We Could Feed Hungary  

by David Kilber

An interview with Istvan Csurka.

Georgia: ‘We Must First Tell the Truth about the Crisis’  

by Shota Rustaveli

A guest commentary.

Argentine Riots Challenge IMF Grip on Ibero-American Nations  

by Gretchen Small

Venezuela, Brazil Have Alternative, Says MSIA  

Haiti: Crisis Remains after Aristide Scuttles Talks  

International Intelligence  

National

New Admissions May Solve Martin Luther King Murder  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

A quarter of a century after the assassination, five people have come forward offering to tell all they know. The time is long overdue for reopening this vital case.

How Far Will Freeh Take FBI Shakeup?  

by Edward Spannaus

The new director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation has taken some laudable moves against the police-state bureaucracy, but more heads are going to have to roll.

Virginia To Debate Criminal Justice Policy  

by Marianna Wertz

Congressional Closeup  

by William Jones

National News  

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