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Volume 25, Number 6, February 6, 1998

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Interviews

Natalya Vitrenko

Dr. Vitrenko, Doctor of Economic Sciences, is a member of the Supreme Rada (Parliament) of Ukraine from the Progressive Socialist Party. In February 1997, she co-initiated, with Schiller Institute founder Helga Zepp-LaRouche, the “Appeal to President Clinton to Convoke a New Bretton Woods Conference.”

Strategic Studies

Schlieffen, Carnot, and the theory of the flank

by Andreas Ranke

Lyndon LaRouche has addressed the issue of the kind of leadership the world requires today, with reference to the work of France’s Lazare Carnot and Germany’s Gen. Alfred von Schlieffen, on how a numerically inferior force can defeat a much more powerful adversary, by attacking the enemy on the flank. Andreas Ranke, from our bureau in Wiesbaden, Germany, talks about the military history of these ideas.

LaRouche on Moltke

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Schlieffen’s view of the Battle of Cannae

Departments

Australia Dossier

by Robert Barwick

Canberra fiddles while Asia burns.

Editorial

Britain prepares “Iraq trap” for Clinton.

Economics

Worse financial crises ahead: Beware the ides of March

by Marcia Merry Baker

The mass of debts coming due, in Indonesia, South Korea, Japan, Russia, and Brazil in particular, means we’re heading for another major ratchet downward in the collapse of the global financial system.

Will U.S. Congress finally approve nuclear cooperation with China?

by Marsha Freeman

On Jan. 12, President Clinton signed the certifications required by U.S. law to implement the U.S.-China Agreement for Peaceful Nuclear Cooperation.Will the Congress finally seize upon this opportunity for economic development?

Business Briefs

Feature

British monarchy moves to oust President Clinton

by Jeffrey Steinberg

The British monarchy, in league with a vast Anglophile apparatus inside the United States, is running a campaign assault against President Clinton, and, more broadly, is out to cripple the institution of the U.S. Presidency, in the midst of the gravest financial crisis of the twentieth century.

Hillary Clinton comes out swinging

Timeline: The assault on the Presidency

by Edward Spannaus and Jeffrey Steinberg

President seeks to expedite Jones trial

by Edward Spannaus

Documentation: From a motion submitted to the Federal court by Clinton’s lawyers.

Europeans smell a rat in attack on Clinton

by Mark Burdman

Wrote a leading Danish paper: “In today’s Washington, the political debate has been replaced by a dirty witch-hunt, which has even gotten a few to call for the resignation of the President.”

LaRouche denounces assault on President

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Wall Street Journal’s hate propaganda vs. Clinton, LaRouche

by Edward Spannaus

Wall Street Journal: tool of destruction

by Richard Freeman

Since its inception, the Journal has opposed the American System of Economics. But lately, its financial and economic policies have gotten much, much worse.

Arabs press views Netanyahu’s ‘bad Tripp’

by Joseph Brewda

The witches of Whitewater

by Scott Thompson

A profile of Lucianne “Ma Barker” Goldberg, Linda “Bad” Tripp, and an assortment of other rogues.

International

John Paul II and the ides of March

Pope’s Havana homily defends nation-state

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

The Pope’s visit to Cuba “was even more a matter of flanking the present systemic crisis of humanity as a whole, than it was, also, an expression of sincere devotion to the welfare of Cuba as such.”

Refuting the lies against Sudan

by Abdel Mahmoud Al Koronky

A speech by Abdel Mahmoud Al Koronky, press attaché at the Sudanese Embassy in London, to a Schiller Institute conference in Germany.

The world needs a New Bretton Woods

An interview with Dr. Natalya Vitrenko.

Bedoya takes on Colombia’s narcos

by Javier Almario

International Intelligence

National

Unabomber admits ties to Earth First! eco-terrorists

by Roger Maduro

Unabomber suspect Theodore Kaczynski pleaded guilty to 13 counts that centered on charges of transporting explosive devices with the intent to kill or maim, and to all Federal charges against him involving five bombings. But the media have covered up fact that he was but one operative in a vast network of terrorists deployed to destroy modern civilization under cover of environmentalism.

Commentary: “Exposing Terrorists and Radical Extremists,” by private investigator Barry Clausen.

‘Operation Fruehmenschen’ escalates against African-American officials

by Debra Hanania Freeman

The indictment against Arkansas State Rep. Ben McGee, and the case of Maryland State Sen. Larry Young, who was expelled by the Senate although he had not been charged with any crime, show that the permanent bureaucracy in the U.S. Department of Justice is continuing its crimes.

National News

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