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Volume 22, Number 7, February 10, 1995

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Departments

Letter to the Editor  

On the Danube Water Project.

Report from Bonn  

by Rainer Apel

“Betuwe Line” Bearing Fruit.

Andean Report  

by Andrea Olivieri

Tug of War for Samper Presidency.

Editorial  

Prince Philip Cries Ouch!

Book Reviews

The Kosova question  

by Ivès Zilli

La Question de Kosovo, Interview with Ibrahim Rugova by Marie-Françoise Allain and Xavier Galice.

Economics

Monetary Disintegration Proves LaRouche Was Right  

by John Hoefle

The crisis in Mexico has forced reality to dawn on some, at least, of the “authorities” who, up until now, had dismissed LaRouche’s warnings about an imminent financial crash.

Mexico: Farmers Demand Debt Moratorium  

by Hugo López Ochoa

PFFR Outlines New National Agricultural Plan for Mexico  

by Jaime Miranda Peláez

From a speech by Jaime Miranda Peláez, coordinator of the Permanent Forum of Rural Producers, in Guanajuato.

Commerce Secretary Ron Brown Keeps Indians in Good Humor  

by Ramtanu Maitra and Susan Maitra

Mt Pelerin Wages War on French Dirigism  

by Mark Burdman

Will Drinking Wine Make You Live Longer?  

by Philip Ulanowsky

Currency Rates  

Business Briefs  

Feature

Time To Bury the Rotten Legacy of G.W.F. Hegel  

by Frank Hahn

How could a highly cultured population like the Germans fall prey to the National Socialist dictatorship? Frank Hahn analyzes the role of the “terrorist” G.W.F. Hegel, who was used by the Anglo-Venetian oligarchy as one of their most powerful weapons to destroy the German nation. The great 19th-century poet Heinrich Heine summed it up precisely: Due to the evil influence of Hegel and Immanuel Kant, “there will be played in Germany a drama compared to which the French Revolution might seem merely an innocent idyll.”

International

Who Benefits from Renewed South American Border Wars?  

by Gretchen Small

With Peru and Ecuador close to full-scale war, the danger is that border conflicts could be sparked off between other Ibero-American nations. Naturally, the one-worlders from the United Nations would be happy to step in as “peacekeepers,” in their eagerness to destroy the nation-state.

Yeltsin Regime Enters Breakdown Phase  

by Konstantin George

British Push Burundi to the Brink; More Genocide in Africa Feared  

by Linda de Hoyos

Documentation: From Burundi: UN Is Stoking the Crisis.

Many Targets in Worldwide Campaign against Sudan  

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

The British intelligence outlet Amnesty International is leading the pack.

Silajdzic Urges U.S. To Lift Embargo  

The Bosnian Prime Minister, on a visit to Washington, counters former Unprofor commander Sir Michael Rose’s assertion that Bosnia will be “overrun.”

Saudis Sponsor Conference in Bonn To Assess Islam’s True Contribution  

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

International Intelligence  

National

Governors Fail To Agree on Gingrich’s Schemes  

by H. Graham Lowry

The National Governors Association meeting broke down in a brawl over what President Clinton called “the dividing line”: Do we, or do we not, have a national interest in protecting the welfare of our children?

Clinton Bans Fundraising by 12 Mideast Terrorist Groups  

by Joseph Brewda

Earth First! Calls for Expansion of Terrorism: ‘We Will Raze the Citadel’  

by Rogelio A. Maduro

Clinton Tells Democrats To Mobilize Citizenry  

by William Jones

Falwell’s British Publicist Defends Nichols Threats against President  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Man Linked to Manson Held in Threat to President  

Mena Drug Scandal Will Soon Hit North, Bush  

by Edward Spannaus

Organize Opposition to Conservative Revolution  

by Marianna Wertz

The Schiller Institute and International Caucus of Labor Committees will hold their semiannual conference on Feb. 18-19.

Eye on Washington  

by Judy Hodgkiss

Making the District a “Horrible Example.”

Congressional Closeup  

by William Jones

National News  

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