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Volume 30, Number 14, April 11, 2003

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Historic Leipzig Peace Rally Hears: ‘LaRouche Is the Man’  

by Thomas Rottmair

American Civil Rights movement heroine Amelia Boynton Robinson, 91, spoke at the weekly “Monday demonstration” against the Iraq war, in Leipzig, Germany. A new leader has arisen to continue the dream of Martin Luther King, she told them. “This man is an economist, a scientist, and loves the people, and he is an candidate for the 2004 Presidential elections. This man is Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr., and he is leading the fight against the Iraq war inside the U.S. today!”

Economics

Extreme Tension Spans the Financial Markets  

by Lothar Komp

The European Commission and the International Monetary Fund are saying in public reports, what most “experts” have hitherto said only behind closed doors: The financial system is threatened with a global meltdown.

‘War and Economics’ Join To Change Brazil Policy  

by Lorenzo Carrasco

The unilateral decision of the Bush Administration to launch a war against Iraq, has sharply accelerated the diplomatic efforts of the Brazilian government to define an independent foreign policy, in order to guarantee the country some maneuvering room in the face of growing pressures in the areas of security and international trade.

LaRouche Is in Debate On Peru’s Economic Plans  

by Manuel Hidalgo

A LaRouche representative addressed the first conference of the Interregional Coordination Council of Peru.

Feature

How To Reconstruct a Bankrupt World: The Eurasian Bridge  

Conclusions of keynote presentations from the Schiller Institute’s March 22 “Eurasian Land-Bridge” session in Bad Schwalbach, Germany.

China’s Economic Development Prospects and New Measures in Opening Up  

by Dr. Bi Jiyao

Prospects of Economic Cooperation in N.E. Asia  

by Dr. Kim Sang-woo

Economic Outlook For the Eurasian Railroad  

by Dr. Chin Hyung-in

Why We Need Peace and Eurasian Union  

by Chandrajit Yadav

Eurasian Land-Bridge Viewed from the North  

by Dr. Markku Heiskanen

Realizing LaRouche’s Idea of Economy Dr. Zbigniew Kwiczak  

International

The War Must Be Stopped Now! Remove Rumsfeld, Cheney and Co.!  

by Helga Zepp-LaRouche

A statement distributed as a leaflet in Europe and the United States.

UN ‘Uniting for Peace’ Resolution Could Demand End to U.S. War on Iraq  

by Michael Billington

Arab Nations Changed, Shaken by the War  

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

Hardly Any Germans Support Iraq War  

by Rainer Apel

Lyndon LaRouche on BBC: ‘A War That Has No Satisfactory Exit’  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Lyndon LaRouche on Iranian Radio: ‘The War on Iraq Is a Drive for Empire’  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Danger to India in Anti-Muslim Policy  

by Ramtanu Maitra

Bush: Mugabe ‘Threatens U.S. Foreign Policy’  

by David Cherry

Only New Thinking Will Bring Peace  

by Dean Andromidas

An interview with Yitzhak Ben-Aharon.

National

Rumsfeld As ‘Strangelove II’  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

The Bush Administration’s current military policies “are now widely recognized, among relevant professionals, and qualified other critics, as combining elementary military incompetence with several dimensions of unworldly delusion.”

Rumsfeld’s Military Thinking and the Nazis’  

by Steve Douglas

New ‘Pentagon Papers’ Scandal Could Bring Down Rumsfeld, Cheney, and Bush  

by Edward Spannaus

After Richard Perle: Whole Gang of Iraq War Profiteers Must Go  

by Michele Steinberg

Interviews

Yitzhak Ben-Aharon  

Mr. Ben-Aharon, one of Israel’s founding fathers, is a founding member of the Labor Party, an elder statesman, and trade union leader. He served as a minister in the government of Israel’s first Prime Minister, David Ben-Gurion. He was one of the first Israeli leaders to call for the return of all the territories occupied by Israel in the Arab-Israeli war in June 1967.

Departments

Editorial  

To Stop War, Break With IMF.

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