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Antonia Juhasz is Project Director of the International Forum on Globalization (IFG), an alliance of eighty leading international activists, scholars, economists, researchers and writers, representing over 60 organizations in 25 countries, formed in 1994 to stimulate new thinking, joint activity, and public education to counter and provide real-life alternatives to corporate-led globalization. An expert on all aspects of international trade and investment policy from the World Trade Organization (WTO) to the Free Trade Area of the Americas (FTAA), Juhasz is co-author of the upcoming second edition of Alternatives to Economic Globalization: a Better World is Possible. She is also the author of the IFG publication; “Does Globalization Help the Poor?” Juhasz also received a Project Censored award this year for her article, “Ambitions of Empire: the Radical Reconstruction of Iraq’s Economy,” in LeftTurn magazine. This article explores the use of the military invasion of Iraq to advance a corporate globalization agenda in the entire region. She provided testimony to the New York Session of the World Tribunal on Iraq in May 2004 on the economic colonization of Iraq by the U.S. and has published several opinion pieces and articles on this topic with particular attention paid to the Bechtel Corporation of San Francisco.

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