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Volume 24, Number 28, July 4, 1997

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Departments

Report from Rio  

by Lorenzo Carrasco

Cardoso bets his nation at the casino.

Report from Bonn  

by Rainer Apel

It can be done, but must be done now.

Australia Dossier  

by Allen Douglas

High Court rips Constitution.

From New Delhi  

by Ramtanu Maitra

A small step forward.

Editorial  

Ecology today: worse than Hitler.

Strategy

‘Not by marketplace alone!’  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Michael Novak, Calvinist? Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. evaluates the strategic issues referenced by Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger’s recent statement on the World Council of Churches and certain Protestant cults. “The statement is not merely factually accurate,” LaRouche writes, “but addresses a matter of highest strategic concern.”

Ratzinger:World Council of Churches aids subversives  

Economics

Russia’s borrowing binge may not buy social peace  

by Rachel Douglas

While one Russian central bank representative compared Russia to a “vacuum cleaner, sucking up all available resources on the market,” the country itself is being pulled downward into a maelstrom.

The deformation of the structure of industrial employment in Russia  

by Stalina M. Belozerova

A report by Stalina Belozerova of the Russian Academy of Sciences to a Moscow seminar of the Schiller Institute of Science and Culture.

Currency Rates  

Rees-Mogg echoes EIR on Tony Blair as a new Ramsay MacDonald  

by Mark Burdman

China builds transport system for the future, looks for cooperation  

by Jonathan Tennenbaum

A German-Chinese seminar on transport and logistics, in Munich, provided important insights into China’s development programs, and pointed toward the kind of longterm cooperation between industrial and developing countries, needed to get out of the economic depression.

Asia gears up for space exploration  

by Marsha Freeman

Business Briefs  

Feature

Jospin stuns London by defense of the nation-state  

by Christine Bierre

France’s new Prime Minister Lionel Jospin is standing up to the Maastricht monetarists, especially his fellow socialist Britain’s Tony Blair, and overthrowing the anti-nation-state rampage of his socialist predecessor François Mitterrand—including Mitterrand’s Entente Cordiale with Margaret Thatcher.

Economists denounce ‘monetarist’ EMU  

by Mary Burdman

The economic fraud of the European Monetary Union has been called by 331 European economists from 14 nations, who have signed an open letter to heads of state.

International

London uses food weapon to starve out North Korea  

by Kathy Wolfe

With 24 million North Koreans facing imminent starvation, the cold-blooded geo-strategists from London, and their Pentagon and State Department co-thinkers, are blocking anything but token “humanitarian aid.”

Mexico’s Cárdenas is as fascist as the IMF  

by Carlos Cota Meza

This candidate for Mexico City mayor is swiftly becoming known as the “Kabila of Mexico.”

London marcher lords prepare final solution for Burundi  

by Linda de Hoyos

London’s plan for destroying Africa  

by Linda de Hoyos

Linda de Hoyos addresses a June 18 EIR seminar in Washington, D.C.

Pope John Paul II brings message of inspiration to his native Poland  

Excerpts from his speeches and homilies during his ten-day visit, where he confronted the social dislocation that plagues the former Communist countries.

An Armenian view of Iran’s transformation  

by Haik Babookhanian

An eyewitness report by newspaper editor Haik Babookhanian.

British launch new phase of their attack against the Italian nation  

by Claudio Celani

On the model of the Basque ETA, Italy’s Liga Veneta-Lega Nord separatists may be the “legal” cover for armed terrorists, which bears the trademark “made in London.”

International Intelligence  

National

Denver ‘Summit of Eight’: a Mad Hatter’s tea party  

by William Jones and Jeffrey Steinberg

The Summit of the Eight leaders accomplished nothing, in the face of a rapidly crumbling financial system.

GOP fractures over Gingrich’s leadership  

by Carl Osgood

The neo-cons are “losing it” and blaming it all on Newt.

Christian pharisees target China, Sudan  

The very “Project Democracy” gang that overthrew countries in the 1980s is now operating under a new cover—stopping “religious persecution.”

Congressional Closeup  

by Carl Osgood

National News  

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