Paying the Price of War
- Is it Oil? MacEwan, Arthur // Dollars & Sense;May/Jun2003, Issue 247, p20
Speculates on the role of oil in the motive of the U.S. for invading Iraq in 2003. Dependence of the U.S. economy on oil; Years of reserves and annual production rates; Need for the U.S. to access oil at low prices; Supply problems of oil that Iraq could present the U.S.
- Untitled. Weir, Andy // Money Marketing;8/24/2006, p7
The article provides the author's insights on the effect of the war in Iraq and the hostilities in Lebanon on the oil industries.
- St. Croix, Aruba oil refineries targeted? Collins, John // Caribbean Business;3/27/2003, Vol. 31 Issue 12, p12
Reports on the performance of petroleum industry in Saint Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands and in Aruba. Impact of the Iraq war on the industry; Threats to the facilities; Security measures.
- Publishers' Page. // Washington Report on Middle East Affairs;Apr2008, Vol. 27 Issue 3, p74
The article presents updates concerning Middle Eastern affairs. The Central American country of Costa Rica formally established full diplomatic relations on February 5, 2008 with the Palestinian government. Israeli settlers torched a 700-year-old mosque in Al-Khader, near Bethlehem, on January...
- Iraq Bills Still Due. Doherty, Brian // Reason;Jul2013, Vol. 44 Issue 3, p14
The article reports on the calculation of the cost of the Iraq war to American taxpayers, which was estimated by researchers at Brown University to be around $5 trillion.
- A Perfect Time For Reform In Kuwait. // Emerging Markets Monitor;6/20/2005, Vol. 11 Issue 11, p19
Focuses on the economic benefits gained by Kuwait from its support for the war in Iraq in 2003. Contract awarded to business logistics firm Public Warehouse Co.; Impact of the move of the country on oil prices in the nation; Implications of the war for the financial status of the country.
- Iraq Reconsidered. de S. Cameron, Nigel M.; Escobar, J. Samuel; Hall, Chris; Maier, Paul L.; McKenna, David; Merrill, Dean; Norton, H. W.; Reapsome, James; Shelley, Bruce L.; Siemon-Netto, Uwe; Snyder, Howard A.; Tennant, Agnieszka; Towns, Elmer L.; Witherington, Ben // Christianity Today;May2007, Vol. 51 Issue 5, p62
The article presents the views of evangelical leaders on whether the U.S. should have gotten involved militarily in Iraq in 2003. It cites the reasons of respondents for favoring military action. One respondent believes that going into Iraq had to do with protecting the oil interests of the U.S....
- Notes from the Editors. // Monthly Review: An Independent Socialist Magazine;Dec2006, Vol. 58 Issue 7, p62
The article focuses on the U.S. invasion of Iraq and the possible motives behind it. A survey of the Iraqi population, which was published in June 2006, revealed that 76% of respondents believed the control of Iraqi oil was the reason for the invasion. The authors pointed out that however the...
- War in Iraq hasn't affected Puerto Rico's petroleum supply. Guadalupe-Fajardo, Evelyn // Caribbean Business;4/10/2003, Vol. 31 Issue 14, p31
Focuses on secretary of the Department of Economic Development & Commerce of Puerto Rico, Milton Segarra's claim that the war in Iraq has failed to affect the country's petroleum supply. Puerto Rico's contract with Petrobras de Brasil; Indicator that the Puerto Rican government is using to...