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Volume 24, Number 14, March 28, 1997

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Interviews

A. Nihat Gokyigit  

A leading Turkish industrialist details the contributions his country can make to development throughout the Middle East, Central Asia, and Europe.

Departments

Editorial  

The IMF lights the match.

Economics

European press admits: LaRouche called the shots  

by Richard Freeman

Warnings of imminent derivatives disasters and/or a collapse of the U.S. stock market are only now filling the European media, where two years ago they were denying that a financial disintegration would ever be a possibility.

Mass strike in Germany will overthrow ‘Maastricht Europe’ monetarist scheme  

by Rainer Apel

Currency Rates  

Turkey: Peace and democracy mean economic development  

by Umberto Pascali

Umberto Pascali reports on a Washington conference on “U.S.-Turkish Partnership for Regional Stability and Prosperity.”

Turkey represents a fruitful market  

An interview with A. Nihat Gokyigit.

Gas developments at the Turkish crossroads  

by A. Nihat Gokyigit

From a report by Mr. Gokyigit to the conference.

Caspian oil through Turkey  

by A. Nihat Gokyigit

Turkey has a unique role between cultures  

by Abdullah Gul

From a speech by Turkish Minister of State Abdullah Gui.

U.S. perspectives on Turkish energy  

by Jan H. Kalicki

From remarks by Jan. H. Kalicki, counsellor to the U.S. Department of Commerce.

Business Briefs  

Feature

The certification of Mexico  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Lyndon LaRouche introduces a special white paper commissioned by EIR’s editorial board, on the current British operations against the United States, in Mexico.

Great Britain plots to sink Washington into a Mexico quagmire  

by Dennis Small

A fact-sheet on those in this British-orchestrated crisis in U.S-Mexican relations.

Meet London’s (bilingual) mouth: Jorge Castafleda, Jr.  

by Gretchen Small

Salinas de Gortari: Wall Street’s ‘reformer’  

by Carlos Méndez

Camacho: Britain’s ‘wannabe’ viceroy  

by Carlos Méndez

EZLN: the British plot’s military wing  

by Carlos Méndez

Inter-American Dialogue: London’s policy outlet in Washington  

by Valerie Rush

Human Rights Watch: the Soros hit squad  

by Valerie Rush

Neo-con malthusians say, ‘Shut the border’  

by Valerie Rush

The pedigree of Mexico’s enemies: British-backed treason in America  

by Anton Chaitkin

London yearns for new ‘British Century’ in Ibero-America  

by Cynthia R. Rush

Strategic Studies

Britain escalates attacks on China and United States  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

As Vice President Gore prepares to visit Beijing in late March, a visit intended to deepen U.S-China political and economic cooperation, Her Majesty’s irregular warfare troops have opened up a new wave of attacks.

‘Uighur card’ used to break up China  

by Joseph Brewda

Not by accident has the Empire set its sights on sending Xinjiang up in separatist flames: This northwest region of China is the crossroad of the New Silk Road.

British assets push ‘China peril’ to sink Clinton Asia policy  

by Kathy Wolfe

What’s behind The Corning Conflict with China and similar war propaganda.

British put ‘American’ face on China-bashing  

by Kathy Wolfe

Lady Caroline Cox’s ill-named Christian Solidarity International is building a phony “grass-roots” movement against U.S.-China relations.

International

U.S. intervention needed to revive Mideast peace process  

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

Arab-Israeli relations are degenerating at such a rapid pace, that nothing short of a miracle can restore them. That miracle is going to have to come from Washington.

London’s war in Africa: Death camps in Burundi  

by Linda de Hoyos

The British-backed dictatorship of Pierre Buyoya has incarcerated nearly 20% of Burundi’s population in camps where 1,000 are dying each day.

London wants Zaire partitioned  

by Linda de Hoyos

International Intelligence  

National

London fears that Clinton may return to FDR’s policy  

by Nancy Spannaus

President Clinton has been reading and rereading President Franklin Roosevelt’s speeches, according to the London Observer. And that has London worried.

Congressional Closeup  

by Carl Osgood

National News  

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