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Volume 24, Number 45, November 7, 1997

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Interviews

Frank Wolf  

Wolf, a Republican from Virginia’s 10th Congressional District, is one of the leading opponents in Congress of a strategic partnership with China.

Reviews

Worms and swastikas: Hollywood loves Tibet  

by Mary Burdman

Seven Years in Tibet, a motion picture by Mandalay Entertainment, directed by Jean-Jacques Annaud.

Departments

Report from Bonn  

by Rainer Apel

Too timid to face reality.

Editorial  

Throwing gasoline on a fire.

Investigation

London deploys jacobins, greenies to shatter Brazil  

by Lorenzo Carrasco and Nilder Costa

Never in its history has Brazil confronted the kind of threat to its territorial integrity which it faces today. The source of the danger is the plans of the London-led international financial oligarchy to turn the country into a mere raw materials supplier.

The Great Waterway  

By Prof. Vasco Azevedo Neto, the author of the concept of “lines of least resistance,” for building infrastructure projects fundamental to the integration of Ibero-America.

NGOs are ‘a threat to national security’  

British control of the Landless Movement  

by Silvia Palacios

Since the January 1984 founding of the MST, the British monarchy has provided it with financial backing, while becoming the leading promoter of an international image of the MST as a movement for social justice.

Paulo Freire: massacring the mind  

by Dennis Small

Economics

Feature: Alan Greenspan fairy-tale fails to lull markets  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Lyndon LaRouche writes, “The methods which the U.S.A.’s European adversaries used on Tuesday, in concert with Alan Greenspan’sWall Street gang, can be compared fairly to the fireman who douses a fire with buckets of gasoline: they dampened the fire a bit, by greatly increasing its explosive potential.”

How Black Monday hit world financial markets  

What LaRouche said, what the others said  

by Marcia Merry Baker

A chronology of some of LaRouche’s forecasts and warnings, compared to what the so-called experts were saying.

International reactions: LaRouche was right!  

From Mexico City to Moscow, press coverage of LaRouche’s economic forecasting role.

Soros bids for more power in Russia  

by Rachel Douglas

Currency Rates  

Business Briefs  

Feature

U.S.A.-China partnership: hastening slowly  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Lyndon LaRouche situates the summit meeting in the context of the more than 200-year battle between the American System and London—“the dark side of the Earth.”

Clinton, Jiang broaden U.S.-China ties  

by William Jones

The two leaders’ dialogue was as fruitful as the agreements and trade deals signed during the summit. Documentation: Excerpts from the joint communiqué.

Wolfman howls at potential for U.S.-China partnership  

An interview with U.S. Rep. Frank Wolf (R-Va.).

International

Demands for monetary reform dominate the global agenda  

by Gail G. Billington and Dennis Small

From Indonesia to Brazil, there is growing recognition that the current system is beyond repair.

Malaysia’s Dr. Mahathir takes on the British—not for the first time  

by Michael O. Billington

Mahathir has emerged as a leading spokesman of developing sector nations against the looting of global speculators.

Will the British Commonwealth succeed in global power play?  

by Mark Burdman

The British monarchy spared no efforts, during the Commonwealth Business Forum and the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting, to propel the Commonwealth into the role of dominant global power for the 21st century.

Privatization of CDC: East India Co. revived  

by Dean Andromidas

London’s terrorists make a mockery of Colombian elections  

by Dennis Small and Javier Almario

Pressure on Uganda’s Museveni for peace  

by Linda de Hoyos

Against his will, Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni is being forced to take steps for peace with the Lord’s Resistance Army.

International Intelligence  

National

Clinton takes contradictory policies to Kyoto summit  

by Marsha Freeman

The President has refused British demands for draconian cuts in so-called greenhouse gas emissions, which would devastate what’s left of the U.S. economy. But, in typical Baby Boomer fashion, he is giving credence to the fraud of “global warming.”

Brits push eco-fascist crusade vs. Clinton  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Nuclear option favored at Senate hearings on accord with China  

by Suzanne Rose

China’s potential market for nuclear energy is changing even some of the most hard-core anti-nuclear types in the United States.

CIA debates Brits’ Cold War perfidy  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Some in the intelligence community are beginning to say publicly that Britain has been an adversary of the United States.

Congressional Closeup  

by Carl Osgood

National News  

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