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Volume 30, Number 7, February 21, 2003

Cover of EIR Volume 30, Number 7, February 21, 2003

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Powell Apparent Victim of Hoax  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

A memorandum, along with documentation that includes reports exposing the disinformation which the office of Britain’s Prime Minister Tony Blair contrived to jam into Secretary Powell’s presentation to the UNO Security Council.

Disastrous Iraq War Can Still Be Stopped  

by Edward Spannaus

Al-Qaeda ‘Dossier’ Comes From New Yorker Magazine  

by Michele Steinberg

Economics

A European Economic Break Is Seen as Option Against War  

by Paul Gallagher

In the policy confrontation between the pro- and anti-Iraq-war nations, both sides share one absolute fundamental: Their economies are all breaking down into depression. The grim economic context is dramatizing the insanity of the Anglo-American war plan.

Food Import Dependence Grows as Dollar Falls  

by Arthur Ticknor

New Threats From West Nile Virus  

by Linda Everett

Feature

Building a Youth Movement To Save a Bankrupt Nation  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Lyndon LaRouche addressed an East Coast Youth Movement cadre school in Pennsylvania, and, simultaneously, by video-teleconference, a similar weekend educational on the West Coast. Included are his exchanges with young organizers and other students.

International

Behind the Iraq Dossier Hoax: Intelligence Was Cooked in Israel  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

A probe into the plagiarized Iraq dossier cited favorably by U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell in his disastrous Feb. 5 report to the UN Security Council, reveals that the entire cooked intelligence picture was “Made in Israel.”

Military Conference: Europe, Asia Talk Back to Rumsfeld and McCain  

by Rainer Apel

An on-the-scene report from the annual “Wehrkunde” Conference on Security Policy in Munich.

Will There Be Regime Change in Britain?  

by Mark Burdman

Iraq War: Goodbye to African Development  

by David Cherry

Vatican Peace Effort Grows, Despite Italian Government Betrayal  

by Claudio Celani

Pakistan: Musharraf Looks for Options in Moscow  

by Ramtanu Maitra

Peru: Is Toledo Breaking His Ties to Soros?  

by Luis Vásquez Medina

National

An Open Letter to the DNC: The State of the Political Parties  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

“There are some facts the Democratic National Committee must finally face, if the Party is not merely to survive the crises already in progress, but play a more effective and relevant role in response to the mounting peril to civilization, than we have seen from the Party, and the Congress as a whole, since the inauguration of President George W. Bush.”

McCain and Lieberman: ‘Bull Moose’ Mate Again  

by Scott Thompson

Egyptians Warn U.S. of High Cost of War  

by William Jones

Michael Novak Catholics Want Pope To Support War  

by William F. Wertz, Jr.

Congressional Closeup  

by Carl Osgood

Departments

Editorial  

Beyond NATO.

Correction

In our Feb. 17 cover story on NASA and U.S. economic policy axioms, we misidentified the launch of Columbia on Jan. 16 as the 107th Space Shuttle flight. Though called STS107, Columbia’s last flight was actually the 113th for a Shuttle.

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