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Daphne Eviatar

Trip:
Fellows Fall 2003
Affiliation:
Freelance Print
Country:
Angola
Year:
2003

Daphne Eviatar is a freelance journalist based in New York and a contributing editor at The American Lawyer magazine, where she was previously a staff writer. Her work has appeared in The New York Times, The Boston Globe, Newsweek International, The Nation, Mother Jones, Legal Affairs and Dissent, among others. Before becoming a journalist, she worked as a children's rights lawyer and as a union-side labor lawyer. She has a Journalism degree from Columbia University, a law degree from New York University, and a Bachelor of Arts in English from Dartmouth College. 

Stories

  • Africa’s oil tycoons

    Luanda, Angola The red, white and blue helicopter soared through streaming white clouds and sunny blue sky. Below, tiny Lego-like platforms jutted up from the shimmering Cabinda Bay. But as we neared...

  • Can Profits Promote Democracy in Africa?

    LUANDA, Angola — The United States is expected to import 25 percent of its oil from Africa by 2015. Whether it will export democracy and stability in return is another question — one that...

  • Sao Tome residents hope for oil riches

    SAO TOME, Sao Tome and Principe - At the foot of a mud slope in a jungle of cocoa trees, a murky fluid bubbles up into a viscous stream. The swirling film...

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