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Volume 24, Number 48, November 28, 1997

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Book Reviews

The immorality of the House of Windsor  

by Scott Thompson

The Royals, by Kitty Kelley; and, Diana: Her True Story—In Her Own Words, by Andrew Morton.

Departments

Report from Rio  

by Silvia Palacios

More sovereignty ceded to London’s Indians.

Editorial  

Put global warming on ice!

Political Economy

Russia, China and the development of Eurasia  

by Prof. V.S. Miasnikov

Prof. V.S. Miasnikov, a Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Sciences and Deputy Director of the Institute of Far Eastern Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences, analyzes Russian-Chinese relations and the potential for a “strategic partnership.”

Economics

Japan’s crisis threatens global financial crash  

by William Engdahl

The worsening of the global financial crisis in Japan and South Korea has brought the world payments system to the brink of a systemic crisis like nothing ever seen before.

LaRouche’s solutions feted in Arabic daily  

The London-based daily Al-Hayat highlights the work of Lyndon LaRouche to establish a new, just world economic order, based on a New Bretton Woods System and the Eurasian Land-Bridge.

Business Briefs  

Strategic Studies

What economics must measure  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. calls for the defeat of financier- oligarchism—the legacy of Babylon and Venice. Addressing the current world breakdown crisis, he writes: “For thinking people, the most important questions are, ‘Why was this crisis inevitable? Why is the only hope, a ‘new Bretton Woods’ agreement, ending former U.S. President George Bush’s foolish flirtation with a globalized ‘new world order,’ for a return to the United States’ patriotic economic tradition?’ The only alternative to despair, lies in returning, at long last, to those ‘anti-globalist,’ protectionist economic policies which shaped all past periods of net improvement in the prosperity of the United States and all of its people.”

Parameters of world financial collapse  

by Richard Freeman and John Hoefle

International

Helga Zepp-LaRouche speaks at Nigerian economic summit  

by Helga Zepp-LaRouche

The prepared text of the speech Mrs. LaRouche gave in Abuja on Nov. 19, titled “The Success of the Chinese Economic Reform and Its Significance for Nigeria: Africa’s Secret Weapon for Peace!”

England’s ‘Lizard Queen’ is the mother of international terrorism  

by Joseph Brewda

At least 22 out of the 30 terrorist gangs banned from the U.S. by the State Department have their international headquarters in London.

Eurasian-Pacific axis could change history  

by Jonathan Tennenbaum

The emergence of the Russia-U.S.-China “strategic triangle,” joined by Japan, must be striking terror into the heart of the British Empire.

Jiang Zemin speaks to Americans on China’s history and culture  

by Mary Burdman

From President Jiang’s speech at Harvard University.

French cover-up of Princess Diana’s murder unravels  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

French emergency doctor: ‘Make a stink about this’  

An emergency medicine specialist says the care given Princess Diana, as well as John Doe, is scandalous.

France: between decadence and hope  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Mitterrand’s corrupt legacy against France’s Fifth Republic  

by Jacques Cheminade

Jacques Cheminade addresses why all governments in France, since at least 1980, have betrayed the sovereignty of their nation-state.

World’s oldest and foremost boys’ choir to perform in Washington, D.C.  

The famed Thomanerchor of Leipzig, Germany, which was prohibited from performing in the United States prior to Germany’s reunification, will visit in February.

International Intelligence  

National

National News  

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