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Volume 26, Number 4, January 22, 1999

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Interviews

Martin Palmer  

Prince Philip’s religious adviser discusses how the major religions can be made to help promote pagan ecologism, and Al Gore’s interest in the project.

Departments

From New Delhi  

by Ramtanu Maitra

Trade pact will boost regional ties.

Australia Dossier  

by Allen Douglas

Murder by budget cuts.

Editorial  

The British face of evil.

Book Reviews

Phony exposé of Diana’s death sheds some light—despite authors’ intentions  

by Katherine Kanter

Enquête sur la mort de Diana (Inquiry into the Death of Diana), by Jean-Marie Pontaut and Jérôme Dupuis.

Economics

The day that was: Brazil debt crisis triggers global panic  

by Dennis Small and Lorenzo Carrasco

Lyndon LaRouche warned that Brazil could be the Achilles’ heel of the world financial system; now, it’s time to heed his warnings, and implement his proposals for a New Bretton Woods system.

Dr. Carneiro calls for New Bretton Woods  

A letter by former Presidential candidate Dr. Enéas Ferreira Carneiro to Itamar Franco, governor of the state of Minas Gerais, in support of the state’s debt moratorium.

The LaRouches told you so  

EIR warned that IMF bailout couldn’t work  

Russia prioritizes credit for recovery  

by Rachel Douglas

China seeks U.S. role in Eurasian Land-Bridge  

A shopping list for a strategic partnership.

Depleted railroads weaken Pakistan’s participation in Eurasian Land-Bridge  

by Ramtanu Maitra and Susan B. Maitra

How Egypt could link Africa to the Eurasian Land-Bridge  

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

A report on a visit by EIR representatives to Egypt, including a presentation on the Eurasian Land-Bridge and its extension into Africa through Egypt, to a seminar sponsored by the Center for Asian Studies and the Center for African Studies, at the University of Cairo.

Germany kills nuclear power for next century  

by Rainer Apel

On top of the government’s attacks on the nuclear industry, a plan has been put forward to “Europeanize” the power grid, i.e., buy the cheapest power available, which will cripple investment in any power production capacity.

Business Briefs  

International

Clinton’s enemies poised for renewed strikes against Iraq  

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

Whether British and American planes will resume their strikes against Iraq, will depend on whether Vice President Al Gore’s political coup d’état attempt against the U.S. Presidency will be stopped.

Al Gore, Bush, and the Zionist war lobby  

by Michele Steinberg

London’s warlords on the march in Africa  

by Linda de Hoyos

Africa in flames  

A strategic map.

‘Blair wars’ escalate in United Kingdom as Robin gets cooked  

by Mark Burdman

Calls are mounting for the resignation of British Foreign Secretary Robin Cook.

Blair greeted by riots in South Africa  

by Dean Andromidas

Was this a major security bungle, or a “warning,” if not an assassination attempt?

MI6 spreads more lies in Diana murder probe  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

The chief French investigator of the crash which killed Princess Diana rebuffs lying British press reports that the probe is over.

Prince Philip’s ‘cat’s-paw’ Al Gore, Jr. would usher in a New Dark Age  

by Scott Thompson

Vice President Gore has been collaborating for a long time with Prince Philip, one of the most implacable foes of the nation-state.

International Intelligence  

National

Will Al Gore be impeached?  

by Jeffrey Steinberg and Michele Steinberg

The Vice President’s “high crimes and misdemeanors” implicate a group of Wall Street and foreign financiers, other members of the Clinton administration’s “Principals Committee,” former Russian Prime Minister Viktor Chernomyrdin, former Clinton campaign misadviser Dick Morris, and some of the leading Conservative Revolution zealots in the GOP.

LaRouche defines policy for year 2000 campaign  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

A profile of the Principals Committee  

by Edward Spannaus

Impeachment trial launched, but Starr is pulling the strings  

by Edward Spannaus

Despite the fact that the Constitution assigns the responsibility for the impeachment and removal of a President solely to the Congress, Independent Inquisitor Kenneth Starr is the real prosecutor in the Senate trial.

Clinton’s lawyers warn of threat to Constitution  

National News  

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