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The Bush Administration and Corporate Globalization

Trading on Terror to Profit a Few
by Antonia JuhaszThe Los Angeles Times
June 26th, 2006
The U.S.-Oman Free Trade Agreement deserves greater scrutiny as it makes its way in Congress under the radar.

The International Economy
by Antonia JuhaszThe International Economy
March 1st, 2005

Food for Thought
by Antonia JuhaszTikkun Magazine, September/October 2003
For three days in June, the Bush administration, the State of California and the City of Sacramento collectively spent millions of dollars pitching genetically engineered foods and industrial agricultural methods to some of the world's poorest nations at the Ministerial Conference and Expo on Agricultural Science and Technology, June 23–25.

The WTO Collapses in Cancun and New Multilateralism is Born
by Antonia JuhaszLeft Turn
September 10th, 2003
At 2:00pm on Sunday, September 14, 2003, Dr Mukhisa Kituyi, Kenya’s Trade and Industry Minister, entered the lobby of the Cancun convention center to announce that the 5th Ministerial meeting of World Trade Organization (WTO) had collapsed. Kenya, representing several African and developing nations, walked out on the talks when the Conference Chairman declared that negotiations were at a stalemate. The ministerial was over.

Beware Beating About the Bush.
by Antonia JuhaszThe Star - Johannesburg, South Africa
August 29th, 2002
As tens of thousands of people and about 100 heads of state gather in Johannesburg for the World Summit on Sustainable Development, one question is on everyone’s mind: "What can be done about the US?"

Dirty Politics
by Antonia JuhaszTikkun Magazine, March/April 2002
The year 2001 was, to say the least, a tumultuous year for the opponents of corporate-led globalization.

Fast Track is the wrong path to ending inequality
by Antonia JuhaszThe Progressive Media Project
December 4th, 2001
President Bush wants "Fast Track," a dangerous proposition for democracy and for the world economy. Fast Track is shorthand for granting the President the authority to eliminate many key democratic processes used to create legislation, such as full committee hearings, full debate and the ability to amend legislation.