Issue Number 30 - February 20, 2003

Why African Americans Should Oppose The War
By Dr. Sonja Ebron













Further Reading

  1. On the correlation between income and energy, World Bank.:
  2. On U.S. oil consumption, Department of Energy and Environmental Protection Agency:
  3. On U.S. oil imports, Department of Energy:
  4. On the Carter Doctrine on the Middle East, Jimmy Carter Library:
  5. On Iraq’s pre-Gulf War regional power, Washington Post:
  6. On the global oil production peak, Oil and Gas Journal:
  7. On the Bush administration’s oil diversification, National Energy Policy:
  8. On world oil and gas deposits, Hart’s E & P Net:
  9. On formation of the African Union, British Broadcasting Corporation:
  10. On African oil projections, Platts Global Energy:
  11. On African oil discoveries,
  12. On U.S. interest in African oil, Platts Global Energy:
  13. On OPEC’s choice of currency, Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries:
  14. On U.S. foreign debt, N.Y. Federal Reserve Bank:
  15. On the GAO’s stance on government finances, Department of the Treasury:
  16. On the euro’s challenge to the dollar, British Broadcasting Corporation:
  17. On the top oil companies, Alexander’s Gas and Oil:
  18. On Iraq’s move to the euro, Radio Free Europe:
  19. On Iran’s consideration of the euro, Alexander’s Gas and Oil:
  20. On Jordan’s move to the euro, Jordan Times:
  21. On North Korea’s move to the euro, British Broadcasting Corporation:
  22. On war for oil denomination, St. Louis Independent Media Center:
  23. On Afghanistan’s oil pipeline, British Broadcasting Corporation:
  24. Chad-Cameroon oil pipeline, British Broadcasting Corporation:
  25. On the west African gas pipeline,
  26. On Nigerian sales to South Africa and Kenya, Alexander’s Gas and Oil:
  27. On the U.S. naval base on Sao Tome, British Broadcasting Corporation:
  28. On the Nigeria-Sao Tome oil dispute,
  29. On Nigeria’s claim to Bakassi, British Broadcasting Corporation:
  30. On U.S. troops in Djibouti, British Broadcasting Corporation:
  31. On U.S. threats to Zimbabwe, Washington Times:
  32. On an oil war and African growth, British Broadcasting Corporation:
  33. On Mandela on the Iraq war, CBS News: