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Volume 21, Number 13, March 25, 1994

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Interviews

Mohamed Osman Omar  

by Susan Maitra and Ramtanu Maitra

The ambassador of Somalia to India worked as a journalist following independence in 1960, then a diplomat in London, Beijing, Teheran, Dar-es-Salaam, Khartoum, and Belgrade. He has also served as chief of protocol in Somalia’s Foreign Ministry.

Marina Salamon  

The director of Italy’s Replay, one of the companies of the Benetton group, Salamon is also the spokesman for the Club of Entrepreneurs, an association of New Age businessmen. She traces her family roots back to one of the Doges of Venice.

Aldo Mariconda  

The former Northern League candidate for Mayor of Venice, Mariconda is the nephew of Bruno Visentini, the “grand old man” of the bankers’ Italian Republican Party. He worked for the Olivetti Corp. for ten years.

Investigation

Boris Yeltsin’s Team Shows Signs of Panic  

by Viktor Kuzin

Reports from Moscow on the deepening crisis, as the people of Russia become increasingly aware that they have been deceived by the Yeltsin crew.

A Colonial System Takes Hold  

by Stanislav Govorukhin

The epilogue to the second edition of The Great Criminal Revolution, a book by Russian filmmaker Stanislav Govorukhin. Govorukhin analyzes the political landscape, including the new State Duma. “It is a diverse body,” he writes. “It is split into two camps. Like all Russia, it was divided by blood.”

Departments

Dateline Mexico  

by Carlos Cota Meza

Soros Is Bankrupting Mexico.

Andean Report  

by Javier Almario

Abstainers Win Colombian Election.

Report from Rio  

by Silvia Palacios

Perfidious Albion Adores Brazil.

Report from Bonn  

by Rainer Apel

Voters Reject Ecology Agenda.

Editorial  

Six Million New Jobs.

Economics

U.S Bank ‘Reform’ Is as Bad as 1982 Deregulation  

by Richard Freeman

The Senate Banking Committee’s package of “new” legislation actually originated with George Bush’s Task Force on Regulation of Financial Services.

Beijing Attempts To Regain Control of Its Looted, Inflated Economy  

by Mary Burdman

Currency Rates  

Greenpeace Founders: ‘We Created a Monster’  

by Rogelio A. Maduro

Iran Is Caught in an Economic Straitjacket  

by Adam East

French Fishing Crisis Sparks Social Unrest  

by Katherine Notley

Agriculture  

by Marcia Merry

No Friend of the Farmer or the Hungry.

Business Briefs  

Feature

Can the Collapse of Africa Be Reversed?  

by Linda de Hoyos

African leaders are going to have to break with the rules of post-independence power politics, if their nations are going to stand any chance of surviving.

Development and Freedom Are The Same  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

A Dialogue between Africans and Lyndon LaRouche.

Ambassador Documents the Anatomy of Political Failure in Somalia  

by Susan Maitra

A review of The Road to Zero, Somalia’s Self-Destruction, by Mohamed Osman Omar.

‘Other Newly Independent Countries Should Learn from Somalia’s Mistakes’  

by Susan Maitra and Ramtanu Maitra

An interview with Mohamed Osman Omar.

Zaire: The Hoax of Independence  

by Eyong-Echaw Lawrence

A historical overview by a Cameroonian journalist.

International

Lines Being Drawn between ADL Racialism and Judaism  

At a conference in Berlin on the Nazi Holocaust, Anti-Defamation League operative Leonard Dinnerstein threw a rug-chewing racist fit, as other participants looked on in amazement. The times are changing.

Israel Bans Kach Party as Terrorist  

by Adam East and Dean Andromidas

South Africa Faces Bloody Times Ahead  

by David Hammer

Federation, or a New Yugoslavia?  

by Paolo Raimondi

Anti-Catholic Oligarchy Reinforced after the Elections in Italy  

by Claudio Celani

Documentation: Interviews with Marina Salamon and Aldo Mariconda.

Half-Truths on Moro Kidnap on German TV  

by Paolo Raimondi

Pakistan’s Efforts To Beat Up on India Fail  

by Susan Maitra

International Intelligence  

National

Voters Give LaRouche Major Gains in Illinois Primary  

by John Sigerson

Voters did a “credible job” in resisting a frenzied and well-financed barrage of slanders in the state.

LaRouche Democrats in California Quash Effort To Hide Truth about ADL  

When the Anti-Defamation League sought to censor the political statements of three candidates for public office in the state’s official voter pamphlet, the candidates went to court. In a victory over the ADL’s “new McCarthyism,” the judge upheld their suit.

Drive To Unseat President Traced to London-Based Hollinger Group  

by Edward Spannaus

LaRouche: Geopolitics Drives the Assault  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Behind Clintongate: Hollinger Corp. and the British Empire  

by Scott Thompson

Who’s who in the British-American “neo-conservative” apparatus.

Memphis City Council Puts a Spotlight on Pike Statue, Freemasons, and the KKK  

by Anton Chaitkin

Although the City Council reached a tie vote on a resolution calling for removal of the Albert Pike statue from Washington’s Judiciary Square, the explosive testimony presented could end up bringing the statue down anyway.

Congressional Closeup  

by William Jones

National News  

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