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Volume 28, Number 38, October 5, 2001

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Putin Judoes the War Script  

by Jonathan Tennenbaum and Rachel Douglas

Russian President Vladimir Putin’s address to the German Bundestag on Sept. 25 offered a precious opportunity, perhaps the last, to avert the worst catastrophe of modern times. Two weeks to the day after violent attacks on New York and Washington brought the world into a new, acute phase of crisis, Putin’s extraordinary intervention changed the axioms of policy, and challenged other world leaders to do likewise.

1983: LaRouche’s Offer of Strategic Cooperation  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Putin Tells Bundestag: ‘The Cold War Is Over’  

Putin’s Hard-Hitting Interviews in Germany  

White House Hails Putin’s Cooperation  

Putin Addresses Nation on Terrorist Threat  

German-Russian Trade, Cooperation Growing  

by Rainer Apel

Economics

Greenspan’s Bubble Can’t Be Saved; The Economy Can  

by Marcia Merry Baker

Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan et al. are using the terror events as the cover-up excuse for the meltdown of the financial bubble, which Greenspan himself created in the first place.

Tony Dye: ‘Greenspan Is the Real Culprit’  

by Mark Burdman

To Save the Airlines, Re-Regulate Them  

by Richard Freeman

Airline Deregulation Compromised Security  

by Carl Osgood

State Budget Revenues Are in Jeopardy  

by Mary Jane Freeman

Serbian Review Hails LaRouche’s Economics  

by Blagoje Babic

Southeast Asia: ‘Pre-Attack Trend Set To Continue’  

by Ron Castonguay

HMD Comeback Shows Blair’s Policy Failure  

by Rosa Tennenbaum

International

Kissinger, Brzezinski Are Still Peddling London’s ‘Great Game’  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Two of Lyndon LaRouche’s leading adversaries, the “Tweedle-dee” and “Tweedle-dum” of Anglo-American geopolitics, Henry A. Kissinger and Zbigniew Brzezinski, would lead the United States into war.

Huntington’s Clash of Civilizations  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Why the Real Name Is ‘Osama bin London’  

by Michele Steinberg

Riemann and Counter-Terrorism  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

LaRouche’s 1985 Plan for Nations To Fight a Multi-National Enemy  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Israeli-Palestinian Journal: Investigate U.S.-Based Cabal  

For Many Arabs, LaRouche Is U.S. Voice of Reason  

by Hussein al-Nadeem

Ibero-America Is a Target for Escalated Irregular Warfare  

by Cynthia R. Rush

Culture

For Leaders in Time of Crisis: The Example of St. Thomas More  

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

On Nov. 4, 2000, Pope John Paul II declared St. Thomas More the Patron of Statesmen and Politicians. The declaration constitutes an extraordinary challenge to political leaders today; for, to declare Thomas More their Patron Saint, is to challenge them to become like the great humanist, to conceive and live politics as he did.

‘Politics Is To Attain the Common Good’  

by Pope John Paul II

Pope in Central Asia: ‘Civilization of Love’  

by Marianna Wertz

Book Reviews

A Step Toward Reviving The American Intellectual Tradition  

by Nancy Spannaus

John Adams, by David McCullough.

Departments

Editorial  

How It Happened, Back Then.

National

The United States Needs a Real German Partner!  

by Helga Zepp-LaRouche

“If it came to the infamous ‘clash of civilizations,’ which will be almost inevitable if U.S. military operations against Afghanistan and possibly other Islamic states occur, the world will be faced with the acute danger of a third world war. This horrible perspective, this danger of an abyss for mankind, makes it urgent, that some of the mythologies left over from the previous two world wars be addressed and corrected.”

Ashcroft Seeks Hitler-Style Dictatorship Measures  

by Edward Spannaus

‘Who Dunnit’ Unknown After Two Weeks  

by Michele Steinberg

LaRouche on Dominican Radio: ‘Hysteria Is the Worst Possible Thing’  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

LaRouche To Address Brazilian Congress  

Congressional Closeup  

by Carl Osgood

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