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Volume 23, Number 31, August 2, 1996

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Interviews

Sara Madueño Paulet  

by Katharine Kanter

The president of the Schiller Institute in Peru and a leader of the Ibero-American Solidarity Movement was interviewed in Europe about how the war on Shining Path can yet be won.

Departments

Andean Report  

by Manuel Hidalgo

The British Rush To Take Over Peru.

Report from Bonn  

by Rainer Apel

Will Germans Ever Land on Mars?

Report from Rio  

by Silvia Palacios

New Military Club Head Slams Globalism.

Editorial  

The New International Terrorism.

Books

Parents Being Misguided about Attention Deficit Disorder  

by Philip Ulanowsky

Teenagers with ADD, A Parents’ Guide, by Chris A. Zeigler Dendy, MS.

Degrading the Issues, Destroying the Mind  

by Nancy Spannaus

Breaking the News: How the Media Undermine American Democracy, by James Fallows.

A Disservice to American History  

by Nancy Spannaus

Trial and Triumph: Presidential Power in the Second Term, by Alfred J. Zacher.

Sir Jimmy’s City of London Magic Tricks  

by Laurent Manet

La réponse a la Commission Européenne et aux Libre-Echangistes Premiers Responsables du Chômage, du Déclin de la Nation et de l’Europe, by Jimmy Goldsmith.

Economics

‘Success Story’ of U.S. Jobs Creation Is a Fraud  

by Richard Freeman

An April U.S. policy document entitled “Job Creation and Employment Opportunities: The United States Labor Market, 1993-96,” paints a rosy picture of prosperity. But the report is a combination of statistical and methodological incompetence and willful deceit.

Russian Financial System Nears Collapse  

by Konstantin George

The IMF is withholding $330 million that Russia was scheduled to receive in July, while outgoing Presidential chief of staff Nikolai Yegorov spills the beans on the imminent blowout of state finances.

Currency Rates  

Mexico Conference Maps Out Strategy for Defeating the IMF  

by Valerie Rush

Documentation: The speech by PAN gubernatorial candidate Adalberto Rosas López to the Fifth National Forum entitled “Yes, There Is Life after the Death of the International Monetary Fund,” and texts of resolutions and greetings.

Business Briefs  

Feature

Our choice: World Reconstruction, or World Dictatorship  

by Helga Zepp-LaRouche

Tells the participants at a Washington, D.C. seminar that either the globalist approach recently ratified by Group of Seven leaders at Lyons, or the kind of strategic alliance among Russia, China, and the United States advanced by Lyndon LaRouche, will prevail. The first path leads to catastrophe, while the second offers a means for economic reconstruction.

International

TWA 800 Crash: An Act of War against the United States?  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

If it turns out that the airplane’s explosion was due to a terrorist action, rather than a mechanical failure, this would amount to a first-order strategic threat.

President Clinton Puts U.S.-China Relations Back on the Right Track  

by William Jones

The visit of National Security Adviser Anthony Lake to Beijing lays the basis for a new policy of “strategic engagement.”

U.S. Eximbank Should Finance Three Gorges Dam  

by Ray Wei

ADL Neo-Cons Peddle War Plan for Mideast  

by Dean Andromidas

A document published by the Jerusalem Institute for Advanced Strategic and Political Studies, written by a group led by former U.S. Defense Department official Richard Perle, would overturn Israel’s effort to achieve peace with its neighbors.

New ‘Universal Fascist’ Movement Is Formally Launched in Geneva  

A report on the first Communitarian Network summit—kooky, but dangerous.

Mongolia: Elections Bring Shock Therapy and Geopolitics  

by Mary Burdman

International Intelligence  

National

Nazi Gov. Ridge Is At Eye of U.S. Political Storm  

by Nancy Spannaus

Pennsylvania is rapidly turning into a central battlefield for the American public this year, including both political parties.

‘Dirty Dick’ Morris Assets Helped Wreck Peres Reelection  

by Mark Sonnenblick

The subversive role of U.S. pollster Doug Schoen in engineering the defeat of Israeli Prime Minister Shimon Peres, should serve as a warning to President Clinton.

Welfare ‘Reform’ Bill Cracks Whip over Poor  

by Suzanne Rose

Congressional Closeup  

by Carl Osgood

National News  

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