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Volume 21, Number 31, August 5, 1994

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Interviews

Baba Gana Kingibe  

by Uwe Friesecke and Lawrence Freeman

Nigeria’s Foreign Minister outlines his government’s efforts to achieve a national accord. “Nigeria is coming to the end of its tether, in terms of how to deal with the West and its attitudes,” he warns.

Col. M.E. Attah  

by Uwe Friesecke and Lawrence Freeman

The administrator of the predominantly Christian commercial state of Anambra in Nigeria, Colonel Attah explains the purpose behind the upcoming constitutional conference.

Col. Lawal Jafaru Isa  

The administrator-governor of the Nigerian state of Kaduna describes his efforts to improve the economy of the region, and how he views the national political crisis.

Departments

Books Received  

Report from Bonn  

by Rainer Apel

Arms Deals: What About the British?

Australia Dossier  

by Bruce Jacobs

UN Pushes Sodomy in Tasmania.

Editorial  

This Is Our Universe.

Science & Technology

A Large-Scale Rhine-Rhône Canal for France, and Europe  

by Eric Sauzé

A canal connecting the Rhine and Rhône rivers would vastly upgrade both Europe’s inland and international transport and augment the capabilities of the European Productive Triangle.

Strategic Studies

Nigeria’s Search for National Reconciliation  

by Uwe Friesecke and Lawrence Freeman

EIR reporters recently returned from Nigeria analyze the complex political situation in that country. It’s not what you see on television!

We Are Doing What Is Best for Our Country, and Nobody Will Stop Us  

by Uwe Friesecke and Lawrence Freeman

An interview with Baba Gana Kingibe.

We Can’t Turn Back the Clock to the June 12 Elections  

by Lawrence Freeman and Uwe Friesecke

An interview with Col. M.E. Attah.

Time Is Needed for Democracy To Take Shape in Nigeria  

An interview with Col. Lawal Jafaru Isa.

Jesse Jackson Takes Bankers’ Line on Nigeria  

Economics

Bankers’ ‘Safety Net’ Won’t Avert Derivatives Blowout  

by Anthony K. Wikrent

The long awaited guidelines for “managing risk” have been issued—but it’s all pretense.

Caldera Clashes with Congress over War against Banking ‘Mafia’  

by Valerie Rush

Documentation: From a speech by Venezuelan President Rafael Caldera.

LaRouche Economics Key in Anti-Cairo Drive  

by Nora Hamerman

UN’s Population Projections: Continuing 250 Years of Fraud  

by Paul Gallagher and David Shavin

The fraud of claiming to calculate the Earth’s “carrying capacity,” the latest technique of UN demographers, was refuted by scientists back in the 18th century.

Currency Rates  

Business Briefs  

Feature

Croatia Needs an Alternative to IMF Shock Therapy  

by Michael Liebig

In this speech to a Schiller Institute conference in Zagreb, Croatia, Michael Liebig gives the conceptual outlines of a recovery program, based on the physical economy of Lyndon LaRouche and Alexander Hamilton.

The Orwellian Vision of the New Bretton Woods Commission  

by Richard Freeman

Fifty years ago, the world’s finance ministers and central bankers created a new monetary system, embodying the malthusian ideas of John Maynard Keynes. The world is now paying the price for this evil policy.

International

Solzhenitsyn’s Comeback and the ‘Slavic Core’  

by Konstantin George

The unexpectedly warm welcome given the writer upon his return to Moscow, after 20 years in exile abroad, shows the character of the policy shift that is under way among the Russian elites.

Berlusconi Loses Fight with Prosecutors, Italian Government Likely To Fall  

by Claudio Celani

China, India Further Normalize Relations  

by Ramtanu Maitra and Susan Maitra

Death Toll Mounts in Colombia: Samper Is Also a Narco-Terrorist  

by Javier Almario

Bush Ignored Appeal of Dubrovnik’s Bishop To Halt Serbian Aggression  

Letters sent from Mons. Zelimir Puijic to President George Bush in November 1991 and May 1992.

International Intelligence  

National

Universal Health Care: The Great Debate Is On  

by Mel Klenetsky

While the controversy rages over employer mandates and universal coverage, Lyndon LaRouche emphasizes a more fundamental point: Let’s restore the Hill-Burton standards of 1946, to make sure that the necessary level of medical care exists in the first place.

LaRouche Hails End of Special U.S.-British Relationship  

by John Sigerson

At a press briefing in Washington, Lyndon LaRouche and associates explain the significance of President Clinton’s recent change in policy—and the reasons that it is only the beginning of what is required.

Congressional Closeup  

by William Jones

National News  

Correction

In the July 29 issue on page 55, the correct name of the magazine which is publishing Mr. LaRouche’s article is Fidelio, Journal of Poetry, Science and Statecraft. It is published by the Schiller Institute, Washington, D.C., and the single copy price is $5.

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