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Volume 30, Number 16, April 25, 2003

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LaRouche in Italy Outlines Exit Strategy from War  

by Claudio Celani

Italian Prime Minister Berlusconi’s support for the Anglo-American invasion of Iraq has caused a domestic crisis, in a country whose people overwhelmingly opposed that war. In an April 8-11 visit there, Lyndon LaRouche provided leadership to both opponents and supporters of the government, illustrating the nature of the “chicken-hawk” faction controlling U.S. policy, and indicating how the political class must provide a peace-building policy based on economic development—a role for which Italy is uniquely well situated.

Time for Mankind To Come Out of Childhood  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

LaRouche’s speech in Rome on April 10.

‘Four Democratic Candidates Stand Out’  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

An interview with LaRouche on Italian TV.

Economics

Russia’s Glazyev: To Stop War, Create New Monetary System  

by Rachel Douglas

Economist and political leader Sergei Glazyev’s initiative is potentially of decisive importance for the Russian domestic political scene, as well as for shaping Russia’s international policy in the wake of the Iraq war.

Mexican Initiative for ‘Creating’ New Water Resources for Mideast Peace  

by Marcia Merry Baker

Water and Energy: Solution to Conflict in the Middle East  

by Manuel Frías Alcaraz

Mr. Frías is a Mexican engineer and the author and director of the “Mexico in the Third Millennium National Project.”

A Mexican Contribution to Middle East Peace  

An open letter to the President of Mexico from the Mexican branch of Lyndon LaRouche’s Ibero-American Solidarity Movement (MSIA).

China’s ‘New Deal’ Is the Engine of Asia’s Growth  

by Mary Burdman

Chinese leaders have vowed to quadruple the size of the national economy by 2020—an enormous challenge, which will require cooperation with other Eurasian nations, to the benefit of all concerned.

International

Iraqi People Speak Out for National Sovereignty  

by Hussein Askary

Almost all Iraqis feel some sort of relief that Saddam Hussein’s dictatorship has ended. Nonetheless, they strongly oppose the presence of any foreign forces on their soil. Thus any plans to impose U.S.-backed “Cocktail Party” opposition groups to rule the country, will meet stiff resistance from diverse social and religious forces.

‘Anti-War Three’ Hold St. Petersburg Meetings  

by Rainer Apel

The April 11-12 meetings of French President Jacques Chirac, German Chancellor Gerhard Schröder, and Russian President Vladimir Putin signalled progress toward a Eurasian alliance.

Iraq’s Antiquities: A U.S. Faction Wanted Looting of Museums  

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

Brits, Neo-Cons Launch New Imperial Offensive  

by Mark Burdman

Six Powers, or Five? Russia Offers Guarantee to North Korea  

by Kathy Wolfe

Bush Must Now Push for Middle East Peace  

by Dean Andromidas

Afghan Crisis Coming: What Will U.S. Do?  

by Ramtanu Maitra

National

Clinton-Bayh Split Highlights Policy Battle in Both Parties  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

The Democratic Party is split wide open on the issues of war and peace; and whether the United States will remain a Constitutional republic or an empire. At the same time, leading Republicans, closely allied with the elder President Bush, have spoken out against the policies of the current “chicken-hawk”-dominated Bush Administration, which threaten World War III.

Clinton Breaks With War Policy  

Syria War: Neo-Cons’ ‘Clean Break’ Again  

by Michele Steinberg

Iraq War Fuels Military Transformation Debate  

by Carl Osgood

Rumsfeld Pentagon Purge Echoes Hitler’s in 1938  

by Steve Douglas

Andrew Marshall: Key Architect of Utopian Military Policy  

by Carl Osgood

Congressional Closeup  

by Carl Osgood

Books

Robert Maxwell: A Spy Betrayed—But Whose Spy?  

by George Canning

Robert Maxwell, Israel’s Superspy: The Life and Murder of a Media Mogul, by Gordon Thomas and Martin Dillon.

African-American Woman Was a Pioneer in American Classical Music Tradition  

by Susan W. Bowen

A Biography of E. Azalia Hackley, 1867-1922, African-American Singer and Social Activist, by Lisa Pertillar Brevard.

Schiller Institute Upholds the Legacy of Mme. Hackley  

The ‘New Economy,’ Frankenstein’s Monster  

by Stuart Rosenblatt

When Genius Failed: The Rise and Fall of Long Term Capital Management, by Roger Lowenstein.

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