Interviews

Antonia Juhasz: 'Tyranny of Oil' Is A Grave Threat

Author and activist Antonia Juhasz argues that the oil industry’s grip on policy and government has never been stronger. What’s more, Juhasz says, the business and politics of oil’s production pose such grave implications on so many fronts — the environment, human rights, the economy, worker safety, public health — that the current state of […]
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The Tyranny of Oil

Antonia appeared on WNYC's The Leonard Lopate Show to discuss her latest book, The Tyranny of Oil.
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The Hunt For Black Gold (Preview)

The Hunt For Black Gold explores the future of our energy economy with members and critics of the oil industry. Antonia is featured along with ConocoPhillips CEO James Mulva and others.
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Why Baghdad isn't pumping more of its oil

"It's a dramatic change of course after years of national control," says Antonia Juhasz, author of the forthcoming The Tyranny of Oil. "It would be perceived negatively by the majority of Iraqis, and that's not what Iraq needs just now."
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Iraq Opens Oil Fields To Global Bidding

Iraq's government invited foreign firms Monday to help boost the production of the country's major oil fields, beginning a global competition for access to the world's third-largest reserves.
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"Focus the Nation" Conference

Antonia participated in the conference at SFSU, which was covered by KPFA.
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Iraq Oil Law

Antonia speaks about the statement in opposition to the Iraq Oil Law signed by five recipients of the Nobel Peace Prize.
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As the U.S. Discusses Staying in Iraq for 50+ Years, the Bush Administration and Congressional Democrats Push for Iraq to Open Its Oil Fields to Foreign Oil Companies

Antonia Juhasz discusses the new Iraq oil bill and why oil workers in southern Iraq have announced a strike to oppose the law. Juhasz is author of “The Bush Agenda: Invading the World, One Economy at a Time.” [includes rush transcript] Transcript This is a rush transcript. Copy may not be in its final form. […]
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Iraqi Oil

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.
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