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Volume 25, Number 23, June 5, 1998

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Interviews

Faisal Husseini  

Mr. Husseini, the Palestinian Authority minister in charge of Jerusalem, has been a key figure in launching the peace process in the Middle East.

Dr. Miroslav Lehky  

Mr. Lehky works with the Office for Investigation and Documentation of the Crimes of the Communists in Prague, Czech Republic.

Dr. Oldrich Tuma  

Dr. Tuma is an historian at the Institute for Contemporary History in Prague, Czech Republic.

Dr. Boguslaw Banaszak  

Dr. Banaszak is a jurist and a professor of constitutional law at the University in Wroclaw, Poland.

Dr. Laslo Varga  

Dr. Varga is an historian and director of the Budapest City Archive.

Dr. Gheorghe Ceausescu  

Dr. Ceausescu is a member of the Parliament in Bucharest, and vice president of the Civic Alliance, a coalition of several parties, which is now part of the coalition government in Romania.

Paulis Klavins  

Mr. Klavins is a member of the Latvian Parliament and State Secretary in the Defense Ministry.

Investigation

Secret Stasi files: Will the truth ever come out?  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Previously secret documents show collusion between Britain’s Tiny Rowland and the East German secret services, the Stasi. But some people—East and West—are intent on keeping secret such files, which prove the treachery of the Cold War years.

Time to ensure justice for the victims of Communist rule  

by Angelika Beyreuther-Raimondi

Angelika Beyreuther-Raimondi reports on “The Heritage of Dictatorship and Internal Domestic Peace,” a conference in Berlin co-sponsored by the Konrad Adenauer Foundation and the Berlin-Brandenburg Evangelical Academy. She conducted interviews with conference participants Dr. Miroslav Lehky, Dr. Oldrich Tuma, Dr. Boguslaw Banaszak, Dr. Laslo Varga, Dr. Gheorghe Ceausescu, and Paulis Klavins.

Departments

Australia Dossier  

by Robert Barwick

Rio Tinto declares war.

Editorial  

Stop the Justice Department treachery.

Economics

LaRouche was right again: ‘Asian contagion’ spreads  

by William Engdahl

In the last two weeks of May, Asia’s financial and economic crises have erupted anew, spreading to Russia and the Western Hemisphere. They serve as an ominous reminder of warnings issued in January by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr., who said, “If you think things are bad now, wait until March or April come around. It’s going to be impossible.”

Documentation: A selection of LaRouche’s forecasts, from 1993 to the present.

Russia: Financial panic hits, as LaRouche forecast  

by Rachel Douglas

Indonesia: Deadly consequences of taking IMF advice  

by Gail Billington

Documentation: Precise warnings from LaRouche on what was in store for Indonesia, and why.

South Korea: Strikes erupt against next phase of crisis  

by Kathy Wolfe

IMF looting wrecks the physical economy  

by Richard Freeman

Derivatives bubble is set to explode  

by Richard Freeman

Some reality pierces veil of virtual reality  

A selection of international commentary on the financial crisis.

Business Briefs  

International

India faces policy dilemmas following nuclear tests  

by Ramtanu Maitra and Susan B. Maitra

It is time for New Delhi to cut down on incendiary rhetoric and begin establishing itself as a responsible power. This requires the formulation of new policies to develop greater cooperation with India’s neighbors, as well as with larger powers in the region and beyond it.

The fate of the Mideast peace process is now in America’s hands  

An interview with Faisal Husseini.

Sandline scandal causes tremors in Tony Blair’s ‘Cool Britannia’  

by Dean Andromidas

Evidence that the British Foreign and Commonwealth Office colluded with the British mercenary firm Sandline International, in an effort to overthrow the military junta in Sierra Leone, threatens to bring down British Foreign Secretary Robin Cook, among others.

Rwanda mourns death of Seth Sendashonga  

A eulogy for a leader of the Resistance Forces for Democracy, who was murdered on May 16.

Soros sets off ‘coca revolt’ in Bolivia  

by Gretchen Small

The “native” coca-growers, fronting for George Soros’s drug legalization mob, have declared war on the nation.

Command structure of the Coca 90s Project  

International Intelligence  

National

Newt Gingrich pushes the Mideast toward war  

by Dean Andromidas

Gingrich took his crusade against the Clinton Presidency to the Holy Land, where he did everything possible to undermine President Bill Clinton’s attempt to break the stalemate in the peace process.

Satellite flap aimed to destroy Clinton’s cooperation with China  

by Marsha Freeman

Congress told: Hold hearings on DOJ abuses  

by Debra Hanania-Freeman

The Schiller Institute sponsored a high-powered delegation from around the country, which met with at least 60 Congressional offices in Washington, demanding serious and comprehensive hearings that will prominently feature the LaRouche and “Operation Fruehmenschen” cases.

Citizens Protection Act hearings must focus on LaRouche case  

by Bruce Director

IRS corruption fuelled operations of ‘Get LaRouche’ task force  

Schiller Institute testimony submitted to the Senate Finance Committee hearings on abuses by the Internal Revenue Service.

FBI-DOJ suffer major defeat in Houston ‘Fruehmenschen’ case  

by Harley Schlanger

Congressional Closeup  

by Carl Osgood

National News  

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