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Volume 24, Number 44, October 31, 1997

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Interviews

Perpetue Nshimirimana-Gashaza  

Madame Nshimirimana-Gashaza was Burundi’s ambassador to the United Nations in Geneva during 1993-95.

Wilma Harvey  

Wilma Harvey is a member of the Board of Education of Washington, D.C.

Ron Hampton  

Mr. Hampton, former head of the National Black Policemen’s Association, discusses the impact of budget cuts on law enforcement in the District of Columbia.

Departments

Report from Bonn  

by Rainer Apel

Maglev is gaining ground.

Editorial  

Israel must get rid of Netanyahu, now.

Strategic Studies

The U.S.A.-China strategic partnership  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. addresses an EIR seminar in Washington, D.C., on the eve of the summit meeting between President Bill Clinton and President Jiang Zemin.

China’s strategic priority is nation-building  

by Helga Zepp-LaRouche

The third in a series of reports by Helga Zepp-LaRouche, based on her visit to the People’s Republic of China in September.

Science & Technology

Origins of the AIDS virus: accident or biowarfare?  

by Ernest Schapiro, M.D.

A review of Emerging Viruses: AIDS and Ebola. Nature, Accident, or Intentional? by Dr. Leonard Horowitz.

Economics

Black Monday, 1997 happened on schedule  

by Marcia Merry Baker and John Hoefle

The financial eruption that hit the Asian markets starting on Oct. 20, soon led to a meltdown on the stock exchanges worldwide. Isn’t it time to listen to LaRouche?

The countdown to Black October, 1997  

New vs. old monetarism: a tale of two diseases  

Soros’s financial warfare is under increasing investigation  

by Gail G. Billington and Cynthia R. Rush

LaRouche’s forecasts in Nigerian press  

Australia resists U.K. ‘greenhouse gas’ agenda  

by Robert Barwick

Currency Rates  

Business Briefs  

Feature

Was a laser used in the murder of Princess Diana?  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

A blinding flash of light was seen in the Alma Tunnel in Paris, just seconds before the fatal crash. Even from the fragmentary evidence so far available, it is clear that a serious probe should be launched into the possibility that a professional hit team deployed a mobile anti-personnel laser to incapacitate Diana’s driver.

A driver could be blinded with a laser  

by Charles B. Stevens

The British media, a ‘strategy of tension,’ and murder  

by Scott Thompson

A chronology of the character assassination against Princess Diana, President Clinton, and Lyndon LaRouche.

International

U.S. team urges expanded North Korea famine relief  

by Kathy Wolfe

U.S. Rep. Tony Hall and Gen. Raymond Davis returned from a fact-finding tour of North Korea, and reported on the full dimensions of the tragedy ongoing there.

Burundi dictator keeps more than 500,000 Hutus in concentration camps  

by Uwe Friesecke

A portrait of Pierre Buyoya  

Burundi’s battle for freedom and the dignity of its people  

An interview with Perpetue Nshimirimana-Gashaza.

Schiller Institute honors Heinrich Heine  

by Werner Hartmann

India sends Lizzie home in disgrace  

International Intelligence  

National

Gilmore’s candidacy: threat to the nation’s future  

by Nancy Spannaus

The Virginia gubernatorial race may turn out to be decisive for the political future of the United States.

Budget cuts devastate schools, police force in nation’s capital  

Interviews with Wilma Harvey and Ron Hampton.

National News  

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