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Volume 28, Number 22, June 8, 2001

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‘Southern Flank’ in Mexico Against Bush’s Energy Cartel  

by Rubén Cota Meza

From the United States, to Mexico, to Brazil, to Armenia, to the Philippines—all around the world—resistance is mounting to the energy pirates, the backers of President George W. Bush.

LaRouche on Mexican Radio: Willpower Needed for Recovery Program  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Fight Escalates Against Bush Energy Corruption  

by Marsha Freeman

Brazilian Senate Commission Hears EIR on Destruction by Foreign-Run NGOs  

by Dennis Small

EIR’s Carrasco Briefs Brazilian Senate  

by Lorenzo Carrasco

Philippines Patriots Battle Against Piratization of Their Energy System  

by Richard Freeman and Mike Billington

AES Gets Run Out of Yerevan  

by Hovhannes Galajian

EIR Energy Crisis Update: Agenda for National Energy Emergency Action  

Economics

The ‘Survivors Club’ Is Building New Silk Road  

by Mary Burdman

The group of Eurasian nations dubbed the “Survivors Club” by Lyndon LaRouche in 1998, is ever more aware of the urgency of expanding cooperation in order to counter the confrontationism of the disastrous George W. Bush Administration.

Momentum Grows for the Eurasian Corridors  

by Rainer Apel

Berlin Bank Going, City Faces Collapse  

by Lothar Komp

D.C. General and Berlin’s Moabit: A Tale of Two Hospitals  

by Alexander Hartmann

Feature

Attempt To Break Up Indonesia: British Policy of 40 Years  

by Mike Billington

In order to understand the causes of the current potential breakup of Indonesia, it is necessary to see how the British oligarchy took control of American foreign policy, after the death of President John F. Kennedy. Michael O. Billington exposes the British hand in the coup against Indonesia’s leader of independence, President Sukarno, and shows how a faction in the U.S. foreign policy establishment, acting in the anti-colonial tradition of Franklin D. Roosevelt, tried unsuccessfully to buck the British strategic gameplan.

International

LaRouche Appeals to Poland To Assert Its Sovereignty  

by Frank Hahn

Lyndon LaRouche visited Warsaw on May 22-25, offering Poland a realistic perspective of how the self-interest and sovereignty of the country could be reestablished, in the context of international cooperation.

LaRouche Briefs Poles on Road to Recovery  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Lyndon LaRouche’s speech to 13 parliamentarians in the Polish Sejm (Parliament), on May 23.

Phase-Change Toward Unity in Indonesia?  

by Gail G. Billington

Civil Rights Heroine Inspires Milan Youth  

by Andrew Spannaus

Hoof and Mouth Plagues Britain’s Elections  

by Rosa Tennenbaum

Where Is Argentina’s ‘Moral Reserve’?  

by Cynthia R. Rush

India, Malaysia Pledge Broader Cooperation  

by Ramtanu Maitra

Thailand Stands Up, With Chinese Help  

by Ron Castonguay

National

Jeffords’s Defection Shakes Bush Administration to Core  

by Nancy Spannaus

The Bush Administration has run into reality, just as Lyndon LaRouche said it would back in December, and the myth of its “invincibility” has been shattered.

Jeffords’s Switch Means New Policy Dynamic in Senate  

by Carl Osgood

Congress Showdown Looms over D.C. General  

by Paul Gallagher and Edward Spannaus

LaRouche Democrat Runs for New Jersey Governor  

by Mary Jane Freeman

An interview with Elliot Greenspan.

Bush Solicitor General Lied to Congress  

by Edward Spannaus

Bush Military Policy Review Is in Chaos Jeffrey Steinberg  

Congressional Closeup  

National News  

Interviews

Elliot Greenspan  

The “sane Greenspan” is a LaRouche Democrat and a candidate for the Democratic gubernatorial nomination in New Jersey.

Departments

Editorial  

“His Ideas Are Efficient to This Day.”

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