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Volume 41, Number 27, July 11, 2014

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There Is a Limit to the Tyrants’ Power: Vulture Fund Greed Backfires, as OAS Supports Argentina  

by Helga Zepp-LaRouche.

All of Central and South America are standing unified behind Argentina, and are saying “No!” to the usurious demands of the vulture funds.

Guyana Foreign Minister Robeson Benn: We Need To Re-Look at Glass-Steagall  

Argentine Finance Minister Kicillof: Foreign Debt Doesn’t Promote Development  

by Axel Kicillof

Venezuelan Foreign Minister Jaua: The Drago Doctrine and Today’s Debt Crisis  

by Elis Jaua Milano

When Argentina Defended the American System  

by Cynthia R. Rush

The Drago Doctrine To Protect the Americas  

‘It’s Wall Street or Mankind; Your Choice’  

by Dennis Small

Bubble About To Break $2 Quadrillion Barrier  

by Dennis Small

Appeal to the Governments of Europe: Do You Support Argentina—or the Criminal Speculators?  

Feature

LaRouche: Obama’s Impeachment Is a Strategic Priority  

by Nancy Spannaus

After receiving confirmation of the report by Blood Feud author Ed Klein that President Obama ordered Hillary Clinton to lie about the Benghazi attack, Lyndon LaRouche directed his Political Action Committee to pull out all the stops in the mobilization for impeachment.

Klein Book: Obama Lied on Benghazi 9/11  

‘What Did the President Know, and When Did He Know It?’  

by Tony Papert

Obama Is Risking World War III; We Need a ‘Slam-Dunk’ Impeachment  

An interview with Francis Boyle, professor of international law at the University of Illinois College of Law, with The LaRouche Show.

Congress: Obama Must Get Its Okay for War  

Court Ups Pressure on Saudis Over 9/11  

International

Russia and China Outflank British Empire War Drive  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

While London presses for strategic confrontation with Russia and China through its control over the Obama Presidency, Moscow and Beijing are moving to create a new economic and monetary order.

Xi Jinping in Seoul: South Korea Chooses Development Over War  

by Michael Billington

Sudan at the Crossroads: Sanctions Are Killing Off Africa’s Breadbasket  

by Lawrence K. Freeman

An eyewitness report from Khartoum by Lawrence K. Freeman, who met with a wide range of people and institutions in and out of the government.

National

U.S. Suicidal War on New Chinese Infrastructure Bank  

by Paul Gallagher

Why is President Obama fighting so hard to kill an international public bank which could quickly quintuple the combined infrastructure investments of the World Bank and Asian Development Bank?

Hamilton’s Model: Bankruptcy Reorganization for a Credit System  

by Nancy Spannaus

While Alexander Hamilton’s debt restructuring differed significantly from the total program required today—since he was dealing only with honorable war debts of the nation, not speculative looting by private banks—the principles involved hold valuable lessons.

History

The British Empire’s Cold War vs. the U.S.-Russia Alliance  

by Stuart Rosenblatt

Once it was clear, no later than mid-1943, that the Allied effort would defeat the Nazis, the British began a massive redeployment of their intelligence and propaganda capabilities to target the Soviet Union. Their aim was to rupture the U.S.-Russia alliance, and recruit the United States as a military and political collaborator in an immediate post-war attack on the Soviet Union, including the use of the new atomic bomb. Part 1 of a two-part series, by Stuart Rosenblatt.

Ensuring a Pro-British Successor to Roosevelt  

by Stuart Rosenblatt

Editorial

Man, or Beast?  

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