|Talk About Crude|
by Antonia Juhasz, Washington Post
November 30th, 2008
Letter to the Washington Post Book Editor correcting errors in journalist Steve LeVine's review of The Tyranny of Oil.
|Iraq Rebuilding Effort Reflects U.S. Failure|
by Antonia Juhasz, The Los Angeles Times
April 13th, 2005
In the first U.S. invasion of Iraq, the electricity grid was specifically targeted for destruction. Afterward, the Iraqis rebuilt the system in just three months. After the second invasion, George W. Bush had U.S. companies do the rebuilding. Two years later, the system is not even up to prewar levels.
|Zimbabwe's Health Crisis|
by Antonia Juhasz, The New York Times
February 15th, 2004
According to the International Monetary Fund itself, spending per head on health care in Zimbabwe fell by a third from 1990 to 1996 when an I.M.F.-imposed structural adjustment program was introduced.
|Cashing In on Water|
by Antonia Juhasz and David Waskow, The Washington Post
October 17th, 2002
In his Sept. 30 op-ed column, "A Protest Teach-in Spoiled by Facts," Sebastian Mallaby said the World Bank did not promote the disastrous water privatization project in Cochabamba, Bolivia, because it objected to the inclusion of a dam project. That contention is not supported by the facts.
|Water, Not for Sale|
by Antonia Juhasz, The Washington Post
August 31st, 2002
According to Public Services International, between 1989 (the year water was privatized) and 1995, water prices increased 106 percent in the United Kingdom, while profits for the privatizing companies soared 692 percent. As a result, twice as many households have had their water cut off after privatization as before. Further, between 1989 and 1997, five corporations engaged in water privatizations in the United Kingdom were found guilty of 128 environmental offenses.
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