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Volume 25, Number 26, June 26, 1998

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Interviews

Liu Xiaoming  

Liu Xiaoming served in the Chinese Foreign Ministry, where he dealt with North American affairs. He is the incoming Minister-Counselor at the Chinese Embassy in Washington.

Helga Zepp-LaRouche  

Mrs. LaRouche is the founder of the Schiller Institute and is currently the candidate for Chancellor of Germany of the Civil Rights Movement Solidarity party.

Departments

Australia Dossier  

by Robert Barwick and Allen Douglas

Hanson stuns political establishment.

Dateline Mexico  

by Rubén Cota Meza

Ruiz resigns as “mediator.”

Report from Rio  

by Silvia Palacios

MST’s irregular warfare advances.

Labor in Focus  

by Marianna Wertz

U.S. strikes attack globalization.

Editorial  

New Bretton Woods or genocide.

Economics

‘Act on New Bretton Woods,’ EIR tells Washington seminar  

by Marcia Merry Baker

EIR is conducting seminars around the world, on the theme “When Will the Leading Nations, Including the United States, Admit That the IMF Is a Complete Failure, and Implement Lyndon LaRouche’s New Bretton Woods System?”

Documentation: A selection of international commentary on the crisis.

U.S., Japan cooperate to support the yen  

Swedes wonder: Will Soros deliver the dope himself?  

Effects of ‘Asian crisis’ spread to America  

by Richard Freeman

The U.S. can play a leading role in China’s development  

An interview with Liu Xiaoming.

Denmark’s Great Belt Bridge opens  

by Poul Rasmussen

Poul Rasmussen reports on the optimism generated by the inauguration of the first phase of Denmark’s contribution to a Eurasian Land-Bridge.

Business Briefs  

Feature

The substance of morality  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

“The human species’ long-term progress, when measured, as a whole, over the span of hundreds of generations, shows progress to be a crucial, characteristic, and implicitly inevitable feature of our species, as a species. However, it is not simply pre-assured that every step of progress during a shorter term, such as several or more generations of a global or local culture, will lead to its appropriate supercessor. Scientific and technological progress, as such, are indispensable for the continued progress of the entirety of our species. However, when and whether progress, or even retrogression occurs, is never automatic; the actual outcome is a result of what we term ‘cultural factors,’ as much as impulses attributable to progress in discovery of higher physical principles as such.”

The Humboldt curriculum  

International

Al Fayed assails British elite on Diana’s death  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Do we not owe it to Princess Diana and Dodi Fayed, and “to ourselves and to future generations to find out the full facts while the matter is still fresh in people’s minds?” Mohamed Al Fayed asks. “For that I am attacked ferociously on a daily basis. Why are certain people so frightened of the truth?”

Nigeria after Abacha faces new challenges  

by Lawrence K. Freeman

The British are threatening the new government of General Abubakar: Bow to the IMF.

Washington is careening toward a debacle in Africa policy  

by Linda de Hoyos

The attempt to hitch the Clinton administration’s “partnership” with that continent to the “new breed” of African leaders in East Africa, is a failed policy.

Documentation: Excerpts from an interview with former U.S. Ambassador to Burundi Robert Krueger, and a statement by the Nande Cultural Association.

Time to take power away from the bubbleheads  

by Helga Zepp-LaRouche

An interview with Helga Zepp-LaRouche.

G-8 sanctions will fuel chaos in Pakistan  

by Ramtanu Maitra

International Intelligence  

National

News media ‘partnership’ with Starr is exposed  

by Edward Spannaus

An article in Brill’s Content shows how independent counsel Kenneth Starr’s prosecutors provided leaks to selected reporters, and how those same media then became a “cheering section” for Starr’s crusade against the President.

Battle rages around McDade-Murtha ‘Citizens Protection Act of 1998’  

Attorney General Janet Reno defends the DOJ prosecutors and says she’ll tell the President to veto the bill, if it passes the Congress.

Fight emerges over LaRouche’s role in Va. Democratic Party  

by Nancy Spannaus

Nancy Spannaus evaluates the changes that have taken place since 1990, when Virginia Democratic Party Chairman Paul Goldman called the police to have her removed from a meeting of the state party’s Central Committee.

Congressional Closeup  

by Carl Osgood

National News  

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