Daphne Eviatar

Daphne Eviatar, a Brooklyn-based lawyer and journalist, is a senior reporter for The American Lawyer.

Toy Story Toy Story

An eviscerated Consumer Product Safety Commission means American children still face perils from their toys.

Jan 3, 2008 / Editorial / Daphne Eviatar

Letters Letters

JAY-Z--SCORCHED? New York City

Jan 31, 2007 / Letters / Daphne Eviatar and Our Readers

Latin Left Turn Latin Left Turn

Hugo Chávez was re-elected not for his admiration of Castro but for presiding over a robust economy and aggressively improving the lot of Venezuela's poor.

Dec 8, 2006 / Editorial / Daphne Eviatar

Olbermann’s Hot News Olbermann’s Hot News

News flash: Dissent sells! And the American public does have a taste for serious, high-minded news.

Dec 2, 2006 / Editorial / Daphne Eviatar

Nightly Nativism Nightly Nativism

CNN pundit Lou Dobbs has made himself a "specialist" in channeling nativist, nationalist and even white supremacist rhetoric.

Aug 15, 2006 / Feature / Daphne Eviatar

Bolivia Steps on the Gas Bolivia Steps on the Gas

Bolivian President Evo Morales is taking a risk in nationalizing his country's natural gas fields--but it reflects growing discontent across Latin America over unfair deals with ba...

May 11, 2006 / Editorial / Daphne Eviatar

Letters Letters


Feb 16, 2006 / Letters / Trudy Lieberman, Daphne Eviatar, Our Readers, and Heather Rogers

Evo’s Challenge in Bolivia Evo’s Challenge in Bolivia

Many Bolivians have faith in Evo Morales, the former coca farmer who became the first indigenous president in the country's history last month. But will Morales be able to keep his...

Jan 4, 2006 / Feature / Daphne Eviatar

Bolivia’s Home-Grown President Bolivia’s Home-Grown President

The election of former coca farmer Evo Morales as Bolivia's first indigenous president appears to be an enormous victory for the left, as yet another Latin American nation turns aw...

Dec 21, 2005 / Feature / Daphne Eviatar

Letter From Ecuador Letter From Ecuador

Oil exploration in Ecuador has transformed the national consciousness.

Jul 14, 2005 / Feature / Daphne Eviatar