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Volume 25, Number 3, January 16, 1998

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Interviews

Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

George Soros is the disease that killed the Korean economy, LaRouche told “EIR Talks.”

Witold Nieduszynski

Mr. Nieduszynski, a deputy of the Polish parliament, speaks about the country’s economic prospects since the elections in September.

Justice Mamman Nasir

Justice Nasir is the chairman of Nigeria’s Transition Implementation Committee, which is overseeing the country’s transition to elections and civilian government.

Chief S.K. Dagogo-Jack

The Chief is chairman of the National Election Commission of Nigeria.

Book Reviews

Authors make compelling argument to abolish the death penalty

by Marianna Wertz

Frontiers of Justice, Vol. 1: The Death Penalty, edited by Claudia Whitman and Julie Zimmerman.

Departments

Report from Bonn

by Rainer Apel

United States, Germany draw a line.

Letters to the Editor

The truth about Aaron Burr.

Editorial

The rule of law?

Economics

Financial crisis: The IMF is the disease, not the cure

by Marcia Merry Baker

The crisis in Indonesia underlines the accuracy of Lyndon LaRouche’s warnings.

Documentation: Glimmerings of reality from German press coverage of the crisis in Southeast Asia.

The financial bubble in 1997: a very bad year

by John Hoefle

What’s really behind the S. Korean crisis

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

The choices facing Japan’s Hashimoto

by William Engdahl

Asia must slap on exchange controls

by Gail G. Billington

China assesses international financial breakdown crisis

by Mary Burdman

Beijing is concerned about “the financial turmoil that recently hit a number of countries and regions,” as China itself struggles to develop its productive economy.

Chinese vs. U.S. steel production: two methods, and two results

by Richard Freeman

Currency Rates

Poland’s free market ‘Lent’ must come to an end

by Anna Kaczor Wei

Business Briefs

Feature

Mobilize to build an African Civil Rights Movement

by Dennis Speed

A three-year organizing drive has resulted in the official founding of a new movement, dedicated to abolishing the bankrupt IMF monetary system, and to winning a war against the British oligarchy.

An appeal to all Africans of good will

From the call issued by Dr. Godfrey Binaisa in April 1995.

Stop peddling Harvard racism

by Dennis Speed

The Schiller Institute’s Dennis Speed rips away the ideological and cultural blinders that prevent Africans, and African-Americans, from winning the war against their oppressors.

What’s behind the attacks on Sudan?

by Shahira Wahbi

Remarks by Shahira Wahbi, the First Secretary of the Permanent Mission of the Republic of Sudan to the United Nations; and a reply from Pennsylvania State Rep. Harold James.

Only noble minds can transform the world

by Fang Neng Da

A contribution by Fang Neng Da, a poet, intellectual, and activist who hails from China.

Binaisa: Africa is still enslaved by debt

by Godfrey Binaisa

Time for Africa to take the moral high ground

by Godfrey Binaisa

Dr. Godfrey Binaisa’s speech to a conference of the Schiller Institute in Bad Schwalbach, Germany, on Dec. 13, 1997.

International

Algerian massacres cover for London land grab

The only way to stop the atrocities being perpetrated in Algeria, is to bring to justice those responsible, including the high-level British and French protectors of the killers.

The Armed Islam Group: a model Satanic cult

Islamic states fight British terrorism

by Joseph Brewda

The Arab League’s interior ministers are supporting Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak’s anti-terrorist initiative.

Will war in Africa’s Great Lakes be Clinton’s Vietnam quagmire?

by Linda de Hoyos

Yeltsin seeks to buy time, with bid for ‘national unity’ government

by Konstantin George

Nigeria’s transition to civilian rule

by Lawrence K. Freeman

Africa’s most populous nation is heading for democratic elections, and is determined to achieve economic progress for its people.

Nigeria’s financial system and the world economy today

by Sam Aluko

A paper by Sam Aluko, professor of economics and chairman of Nigeria’s National Economic Intelligence Committee, read on his behalf to the Schiller Institute’s conference in Germany on Dec. 13-14.

International Intelligence

National

LaRouche becomes target of new British slanders

by Nancy Spannaus

When the British propaganda mills get this hot, you know LaRouche must have done something right.

National News

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