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Volume 28, Number 34, September 7, 2001

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‘Ape Science’: A Multi-Pronged Darwinian Attack Against Man  

by Gabriele Liebig

Mankind is under attack, first of all by the globalized bubble economy. In part underlying the economic attack, IMF policy, prevention of development, etc., there is another, deeper-level attack against mankind, one which treats man as an animal, and turns science into a cult.

LaRouche: The Political Issue of ‘Human Cloning’  

Breakthrough in Surgery with Adult Stem Cells  

by Rainer Apel

The Case of Peter Singer: Don’t Play by the Rules!  

by Torbjörn Jerlerup

Toward a True Science of Life  

by Jonathan Tennenbaum

A Response to Questions on the Start of Life  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Economics

Will Russia Light the Fuse on ‘Paper H-Bomb’ of World Debt?  

by Rachel Douglas

Something like the “explosion of the universe,” projected by Russian economist Tatyana Koryagina, when she forecast an August escalation of the U.S.-centered financial and economic crash, could be triggered by policy decisions adopted by the Russian government on gold and currency.

Turkish Economy in Deep Depression, as IMF Makes It Worse  

by William Engdahl

Will Poland Follow Argentina?  

by Alexander Hartmann

Berlin Debt Crisis Worse Than Third World  

by Rainer Apel

Business Briefs  

International

War Party Backing Sharon’s ‘Permanent War’  

by Dean Andromidas

The refusal of the Bush Administration to put pressure on Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon and his generals is leading to ever-increasing levels of violence in the Palestinian-Israeli conflict.

No ‘Peace Dividend’ for Suffering Nigeria  

by Lawrence K. Freeman

‘World’s Future Runs on the Trans-Siberian’  

by Claudio Celani

Malaysia Seeks Recovery in Cooperation  

An interview with Rafidah Aziz.

Strategic Studies

Spirit of Bandung, or a New Cold War  

by Michael Billington

Southeast Asia is now characterized by a flurry of diplomatic activity, which has revived the spirit of the 1950s efforts by the newly independent nations of Asia and Africa to unite behind principles of global cooperation for development. That spirit led to the historic Conference of Asian and African Nations, held in the Indonesian city of Bandung in April 1955.

India Rallies Third World vs. WTO Pressure  

by Ramtanu Maitra

When America Let Britain Run, and Ruin, U.S. Asia Policy  

by Michael Billington

Traces how British-allied Eastern Establishment types took over foreign policy in Asia, against U.S. interests.

National

Jacobin Terror Aims At D.C.  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

All reports from reliable sources indicate that the international terrorist movement which surfaced at Seattle, mobilized itself at Pôrto Alegre, Brazil, and created bloody violence at Genoa, Italy, is now taking aim at Washington, D.C. Those elements of U.S. organized labor who have permitted their organizations to be entangled in sympathy for this terrorist gang, must break openly from the operations already being prepared for the terrorist-style riots at the end of September.

George Soros’ Walking Clash of Civilizations  

by Scott Thompson

Part 2 of a profile of Rep. Tom Lantos.

Missile Defense Got Reoriented to Reality  

by Marsha Freeman

A report on the fourth Space and Missile Defense Conference, in Huntsville, Alabama.

Iowa: A Case Study of U.S. Economic Decline  

by Marcia Merry Baker

Interviews

Dato’ Seri Rafidah Binti Aziz  

Malaysia’s Minister of International Trade and Industry discusses the impact of the sharp economic downturn in foreign export markets in the United States, Europe, and Japan; and how these issues are being discussed under the framework of the “Chiang Mai Initiative” talks in May 2000.

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Editorial  

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