The seldom told tale of the role of General of the Army Douglas MacArthur, in designing and implementing the decisive landing at Inchon, which would have ended the Korean War, had it not been for British sabotage and Harry S Truman.
LPAC editor, Limari Bedford, interviews Michelle Rasmussen, EIR correspondent for Copenhagen and Vice President of the Danish Schiller Institute on the exceptional case of Iceland in response to the transatlantic financial crisis, and the political activity of the LaRouche Movement in Denmark.
As the news spreads that the 'bail-in' scheme is a template for the rest of the transatlantic nations, including the United States, warnings from abroad continue to come in from Europe: reinstate Glass-Steagall or the people will perish. In this interview, Claudio Celani, Deputy head of the Italian LaRouche movement, provides a picture from Italy.
Mike Billington, Asia Correspondent for EIR, gives a thorough briefing of Japan's new Quantitative Easing. Historically there have always been 2 Japan's; the one that has been under the influence of the British Empire, and the one that has acted in the tradition of the American system. The QE policy from Japan reflects this struggle.
Dennis Mason sits down with EIR's Paul Gallagher to discuss the differences in approach under FDR, versus the bail-in crime of today.
Dean Andromidas of Executive Intelligence Review magazine, discusses the unraveling situation in Cyprus and why this is already a European wide and global crisis. Glass-Steagall cannot be put off a minute longer.