|Interview on the Diane Rehm Show|
The Diane Rehm Show
April 26th, 2007
Iraqi politicians are struggling to spell out new rules for managing and sharing their country's massive oil reserves - an agreement deemed crucial to Iraq's economic survival. Different views on what this oil legislation may mean for regional, national, and international interests.
|Iraq maps strategy to revive oil fields|
by Christian Berthelsen and Tina Susman, LA Times
February 26th, 2007
"It's a critical law that is being rushed through Iraq's government at a time when the government is highly susceptible to external pressure," [Juhasz] said. "Most people in Iraq assume the U.S. invasion was about oil. When the people of Iraq learn that the majority of their oil fields are being turned over to foreign private production ... it worries me. I wouldn't want to be a soldier on the ground when the law passes."
February 22nd, 2007
Antonia appears on Radio4All's "The Stand" to discuss the implications of the new leaked Iraqi oil law.
|KCRW Radio Interview|
"To The Point"
January 23rd, 2007
Antonia and T. Christian Miller of the LA Times discuss Iraq's Oil on NPR's nationally syndicated "To the Point" with host Warren Olney.
December 22nd, 2006
If you wanted to be dismissed by elite pundits and reporters before the Iraq War began, all you had to do was mention oil. Suggesting that Iraq's massive petroleum reserves had anything at all to do with US interest in regime change was a good way to get branded a kook or conspiracy theorist, at best. But years later, Iraq's oil is still coming up convesations about the Iraq War. Are the media finally catching up with this story, or not? Antonia Juhasz, author of the book The Bush Agenda: Invading the World, One Economy at a Time, will join us.
Marketplace - Public Radio
December 21st, 2006
A new law is being drafted in Iraq that puts its central government in charge of oil revenues — but it's happening under intense pressure from parties who don't necessarily have Iraq's best interests in mind.
|Democracy Now! Interview|
November 15th, 2006
Antonia discusses the following with Amy Goodman of Democracy Now!: "A new battle is brewing in Congress over how the US government monitors the billions of dollars it spends on the reconstruction of Iraq. The Bush administration and leading Congressional Republicans are trying to close the Office of the Special Inspector General for Iraq Reconstruction. The special agency has uncovered several cases of waste and abuse, and has helped indict several American officials on charges of corruption."
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