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Volume 22, Number 46, November 17, 1995

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Special Report

RIM: London’s Narcoterrorist International  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

The concluding part of this three-part series deals with the Revolutionary Internationalist Movement (RIM), and provides a dossier on the Basque separatist-terrorist group ETA (Euskadi and Freedom), the model for the new brand of terrorism.

The British Role in Creating Maoism  

by Michael Billington

RU/RCP: Anatomy of a Maoist Countergang  

RIM: Narco-Terrorist Merchants of Death  

Map 1: Revolutionary Internationalist Movement: Theaters of Operation  

Shining Path: Core of the RIM Project  

Map 2: Drugs, Terrorism, and Protected Areas in Peru  

Nepali CP Looks to Armed Revolution  

by Ramtanu Maitra and Susan Maitra

ETA: The ‘Mother’ of Separatist Terrorism  

Interviews

Sergei Glazyev  

by Karl-Michael Vitt

The head of the Committee on Economic Policy of the State Duma of the Russian Federation, is running for reelection to the Duma on the Congress of Russian Communities slate.

Prof. Wu Zongxin  

He is director of INET of Tsinghua University, builder of China’s first experimental high-temperature gas-cooled reactor (HTGR).

HRH Prince Hassan  

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

The Crown Prince of Jordan.

Enzo Ferrari  

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

He is the Managing Director of Gas Supply, Finance, and Administration of the Italian firm SNAM/ENI.

Domenico Siniscalco  

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

He is the executive director of the Enrico Mattei Foundation in Italy.

Luigi Meanti and Giacomo Luciani  

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

Meanti is the chairman of the Italian firm ENI SPA, and Luciani is its deputy director for International New Ventures and Cooperation.

Franco Reviglio  

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

The former chairman of the Italian firm ENI, he is now professor of economics at the University of Turin, Italy.

Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Written answers to the Jordanian financial daily Al Aswaq, which ran an abridged text on Oct. 31.

Eugene J. McCarthy  

by Marianna Wertz

The former U.S. Senator from Minnesota. His 1992 candidacy for the Democratic Presidential nomination is the subject of a pending lawsuit.

Political Economy

Conflict at Amman Summit: Free Trade or Development?  

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

Reports from Jordan, where she attended the Middle East and North Africa economic summit at the end of October.

Departments

Report from Bonn  

by Rainer Apel

Debt Time Bomb Is Ready To Explode.

Editorial  

On the Question of Leadership.

Economics

Soros’s Last Tango on the Titanic  

by Claudio Celani

Documentation: Excerpts from the legal brief petitioning the Milan State Attorney to start a criminal investigation into the possibility that megaspeculator George Soros violated Italian law when he devastated the lira and lined his own pockets.

Currency Rates  

‘Russia and the U.S. Could Be Real Strategic Partners’  

by Karl-Michael Vitt

An interview with Sergei Glazyev.

China Is Developing Advanced Nuclear Power Concepts  

An interview with Prof. Wu Zongxin.

Business Briefs  

International

Rabin Murder Is Part of London’s Global Terror Spree  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Like the Kennedy assassination, the murder of Yitzhak Rabin was a calculated geostrategic move.

Authorship of French Terror Outbreak Points Toward London  

by Christine Bierre

British Quatuor Coronati Lodge Foments Extremism in the Mideast  

by Scott Thompson

The Leading Opponent of Colombian President Samper Is Silenced  

by Javier Almario

Alvaro Gómez Hurtado was killed on Nov. 2.

The Lessons of Shakespeare’s Macbeth: Who Benefits from Alvaro Gómez’s Murder?  

by Maximiliano Londoño Penilla

Alvaro Gómez Spoke Up for Colombia  

A 1995 chronology.

U.S. State Department: ‘When Gelbard Speaks, Colombia Should Listen’  

Korean Scandal Targets Clinton Peace Accord  

by Kathy Wolfe

Burundi Inches Toward War  

by Dennis Speed

Documentation: An interview with a member of the Politburo of the Frodebu Party.

International Intelligence  

National

Conservative Revolution Suffers Election Defeats  

by Mel Klenetsky

The case of Virginia’s off-year election is a telling facet of the national picture one year before the next Presidential vote. While Gov. George Allen’s plans for a GOP sweep of the Assembly went down to defeat, the LaRouche-baiting Democrats in Loudoun County, Virginia were also punished by voters.

We Must Free Politics from the Grip of ‘the Networks’  

by Marianna Wertz

An interview with Eugene J. McCarthy.

Congressional Closeup  

by Carl Osgood

National News  

Corrections

In EIR Vol. 22, No. 45, Nov. 10, 1995, p. 72, the article erred in describing the Inuit as Indians; they are Eskimos.

In No. 43, Oct. 27, on p. 26, in the box: The second line down should read “people per nurse,” not “nurses per person.” On p. 28, Table 1: the “Surplus or deficit” line at the bottom, should have a minus sign before the figures in the last two columns (that is, -26.50 billion for 1980, and -172 billion for 1990). They are deficits, not surpluses.

In the article, “Reviving the Classical Ideal in Slovakia” (No. 42, Oct. 20) there are several inaccuracies: 1) Haydn consciously applied the principle of Motivführung for the first time in all six quartets of his Op. 33. 2) In the part inscribed Andante-Neue Kraft fühlend of his Op. 132, Beethoven explicitly writes cantabile espressivo only over the first violin’s part. 3) In the famous Cavatina (in Beethoven’s Op. 130), Norbert Brainin indicates his special interpretation (almost “flutey”) only for the phrase marked beklemmt (measures 42-47). 4) Beethoven’s Grosse Fuge begins on the note G.

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