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Volume 26, Number 7, February 12, 1999

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Interviews

Jan Lopuszanski  

Mr. Lopuszanski is a Deputy in Poland’s Sejm (Parliament), a member of “Our Circle” (a parliamentary coalition of Deputies from several parties), and a member of the Christian National Union party.

Andy Thomas  

The last U.S. astronaut to serve aboard the Russian Mir discusses his way of coping with his stay on Mir, the lessons learned that should be applied to the International Space Station, and the future of the Mir.

Samdech Hun Sen  

Cambodia’s Prime Minister outlines how to bring peace, reconciliation, and economic development to his nation.

Departments

Report from Bonn  

by Rainer Apel

New strike wave ahead.

Editorial  

Signs of a phase change in Russia.

Economics

The ‘experts’ meet in Davos: a shipload of frozen fools  

by Marcia Merry Baker

The scene at this year’s World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, Jan. 28-Feb. 2, was characterized by absurdity and fanaticism expressed by the “experts,” about the current world financial and economic breakdown crisis.

How long will George Soros’s coup d’état in Brazil last?  

by Silvia Palacios and Lorenzo Carrasco

Arminio Fraga, until one day before his nomination as president of Brazil’s Central Bank, had been the man in charge of “emerging markets” for Soros Fund Management since he was personally hired by George Soros in 1993.

Minas Gerais revives ‘Brazilian Greatness’  

by Silvia Palacios and Lorenzo Carrasco

Mexico’s Zedillo says survival is ‘nostalgia’  

by Carlos Cota Meza

Zedillo attacked Itamar Franco, the Governor of the Brazilian state of Minas Gerais and a former President of Brazil, for pricking that country’s vast speculative bubble.

Indian Finance Minister creates stir at Davos  

by Ramtanu Maitra

Russia, China must now create an economic strategic relationship  

by Mary Burdman

Growing social unrest in Romania, Russia, Ukraine  

by Konstantin George

Italy urged to promote Eurasian Land-Bridge  

Three Senators have submitted a parliamentary question on the Land-Bridge project.

Eurasian Land-Bridge could prove to be fruitful for Poland  

An interview with Jan Lopuszanski.

Will Nigeria return to the IMF fold?  

by Lawrence K. Freeman

If a deal with the IMF is in the works, this portends very serious consequences for the new civilian government, and Nigeria’s future.

Space Station without the Mir would have been inconceivable  

An interview with Andy Thomas.

Business Briefs  

Feature

Al Gore defends bankers’ system at Davos Forum  

by Michele Steinberg

Promoting himself as the “Prime Minister” of the United States, Gore delivered an insane address on one-world globalism to the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. As this package proves, it is Gore who should be impeached.

Plundering Russia: Time to open the Gore impeachment file  

by Michele Steinberg

EIR has made a strong case that Gore is guilty of high crimes and misdemeanors against the U.S. Constitution, through accepting bribes from bankers who would benefit from his collusion with former Russian Prime Minister Viktor Chernomyrdin. But new information indicates that Gore’s dirty deals with the Russians go way beyond that.

Gore’s eco-fascists hit by new British scandal  

by Mark Burdman

As Al Gore arrived in London, the press reported that the president of GLOBE-International, founded by Gore, had been caught smuggling cocaine, cannabis, and homosexual pornography into the U.K.

Al Gore and Dick Morris: The unholy alliance ‘behind the Oval Office’  

by Scott Thompson

During the 1996 Clinton reelection campaign, Lyndon LaRouche warned President Clinton to purge the White House of so-called political consultant Richard “Dirty Dick” Morris. And, the same goes for Al Gore.

Dick Morris and Roy Cohn  

International

Undeclared war against Iraq is on  

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

Air strikes are a daily occurrence now, but the “American” military actions and support for overthrowing Saddam are “Made in Britain.”

Opposition builds to Iraqi ‘Contra’ schemes  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

There is a policy brawl in Washington, over how to deal with Iraq.

Cambodian Prime Minister seeks reconciliation through reconstruction  

An interview with Prime Minister Samdech Hun Sen.

Stand by moral truths, Pope urges during visits to U.S. and Mexico  

by Elisabeth Hellenbroich

Documentation: Excerpts from the Pope’s remarks and homilies during his visits.

Cardinal hits Soros’s human rights mafia  

Remarks by the Cardinal of Guadalajara, Mexico, Juan Sandoval Iñiguez.

Death camps are set up in Rwanda  

by Linda de Hoyos

International Intelligence  

National

Assault on the Presidency will go on and on  

by Edward Spannaus

The “Get Clinton” traitors are planning their next move to keep the President paralyzed, perhaps beginning with an escalation of the spurious China technology-transfer issue.

LaRouche movement mobilizes to stop Gore coup against Clinton  

by Nancy Spannaus

Will the 70-80% passive support which President Clinton has among the American population be turned into an effective political movement to reverse the ongoing coup against constitutional government? That is the question which the LaRouche movement in the United States is seeking to answer in the affirmative.

Congressional Closeup  

by Carl Osgood

National News  

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