fix articles 311261, strategic energy policy challenges
Why Lebanon? Think OIL, water, pipelines, and profits. (tags)
Why a war on Lebanon? Why now? A new article by Professor Michel Chossudovsky suggests it's about oil, water and pipeline routes, and offers insight into the war's impending expansion. The U.S. and Israel aren't the only nations with interests in this game. Other players appear to include the U.K., France, and Italy.
How Did Our Oil Get Under Their Sand? (tags)
Are the hawks in the Bush-Cheney Oilygarchy the only ones to blame for the war?
A PNAC Primer: How We Got Into This Mess (tags)
In the early-1990s, there was a group of ideologues and power-politicians on the fringe of the Republican Party's far-right. The members of this group in 1997 would found The Project for the New American Century (PNAC); their aim was to prepare for the day when the Republicans regained control of the White House -- and, it was hoped, the other two branches of government as well -- so that their vision of how the U.S. should move in the world would be in place and ready to go, straight off-the-shelf into official policy.
The Price of Oil?...War (tags)
Investigative journalist Ritt Goldstein and CounterPunch explode the myths behind the looming Iraq War.
Defence redefined means securing cheap energy (tags)
INVESTIGATIVE JOURNALIST RITT GOLDSTEIN BLOWS THE LID OFF THE BUSH ADMINISTRATION'S UNFOLDING ENERGY WARS.
Oil has always been top of Bush's foreign-policy agenda (tags)
US Energy Report Okayed "Military Intervention" For Oil, reports investigative journalist Ritt Goldstein.