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Volume 26, Number 35, September 3, 1999

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Interviews

Haik Babookhanian  

Mr. Babookhanian, Vice President of the Union of Constitutional Rights, the leading party within the electoral alliance “Iravunk ev Miabautiun” (Justice and Unity), and a longtime associate of Lyndon LaRouche, was elected to the Armenian Parliament on May 30.

Ernst Florian Winter  

A senior Austrian diplomat, who played a key role restoring the West’s relations with China in the 1970s.

Devendra Kaushik  

Devendra Kaushik is Professor of Central Asian Studies at the School for International Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, in New Delhi, and Chairman of the Maulana Azad Institute for Asian Studies in Calcutta.

Departments

Editorial  

Will you reject market psychosis?

Economics

Hysterical money printing, as global emergency looms  

by Lothar Komp

Don’t be fooled: The London-centered financial oligarchy wants to swindle its way out of the coming financial crash, and plans to blame it all on the “Y2K bug.”

Labor protest wave building in Germany  

by Rainer Apel

Moving 25 million tons of food to Africa  

by Molloy Vaughn

Col. Molloy Vaughn (ret.) passed away on Aug. 17. This paper is a fitting memorial to this beautiful soul, and also a timely contribution on how to effectively carry out an international relief effort for nations devastated by war, hunger, or natural catastrophe.

London’s grain cartels gain stranglehold on Mexican agriculture  

by Carlos Cota Meza

Business Briefs  

Feature

The Classics against the Enlightenment in the 18th century  

by Helga Zepp-LaRouche

Helga Zepp-LaRouche reviews the contributions of Gotthold Lessing and Moses Mendelssohn. Their work created a German renaissance, and kept alive Classical culture.

The Yiddish Renaissance comes to America  

by Paul Kreingold and Kenneth Kronberg

Remarks by Paul Kreingold and Kenneth Kronberg to the International Caucus of Labor Committees’ Feb. 14, 1999 Presidents’ Day Conference.

International

Earthquake derails plan for Turkish move into Caucasus  

by Dean Andromidas

The massive earthquake dealt a blow both to Turkey’s economy and political institutions, and to British designs to use Turkey to attack Russia in the Caucasus and Central Asia.

LaRouche: Turkey quake shakes NATO strategy  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Theater, national missile defense: revolution, or bluff?  

by Jonathan Tennenbaum

There is no way that the Theater Missile Defense being mooted for Taiwan, or the U.S. National Missile Defense system, could effectively defend any country against missile attack. Their only effect will be to bring us even closer to World War III.

‘We must get Armenia’s economy on its feet’  

An interview with Haik Babookhanian.

A Russian expert’s view of N. Caucasus conflict  

by Mark Burdman

Development vs. geopolitics: the U.S., China, Taiwan and Eurasia’s future  

An interview with Ernst Florian Winter.

Malaysia’s Prime Minister Mahathir strengthens ties to Russia, China  

by Gail G. Billington

BJP expected to form new government after India’s general elections  

by Ramtanu Maitra

India to take an active interest in the Central Asian region  

An interview with Devendra Kaushik.

NATO, the ‘Eurasian Triangle,’ and the Caucasus/Central Asia region  

by Michael Liebig

A speech by Schiller Institute representative Michael Liebig to a conference in New Delhi, on Indian relations with Central Asia.

Murderous British-backed Kagame regime wins big in the Congo  

by Linda de Hoyos

The implementation of the July Lusaka accords that were designed to end the six-country war in the Democratic Republic of Congo, is guaranteed to continue the spiral of bloody confrontation throughout the region.

Documentation: Excerpts from the report of Special Rapporteur for the United Nations Human Rights Commission Roberto Garreton, and from a report by Human Rights Watch.

International Intelligence  

National

Money-washing scandal slams Gore and cronies  

by Edward Spannaus

Once again, EIR scooped the entire media by almost eight months. Now everybody’s talking about Gore’s interventions on behalf of his Russian kleptocratic friends.

Criminality was the policy in Russian ‘reform’!  

by Rachel Douglas

Swiss probe could topple Yeltsin, Gore  

by Michele Steinberg and Claudio Celani

Bruce Rappaport: the Russian connection  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

DNC says, nullify Voting Rights Act to stop LaRouche  

Congress faces HMO showdown over new bipartisan patients’ rights bill  

by Linda Everett

Leading ‘China-basher’ bites the dust  

by William Jones

National News  

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