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Table of ContentsAcknowledgmentsMapAnthony ArnoveThe Roots of US/UK PolicyNaseer Aruri: US Policy on Iraq: 1990-1999Phyllis Bennis and Denis Halliday: Iraq: The Impact of Sanctions and U.S. Policy (Interview with David Barsamian)Noam Chomsky: US Iraq Policy: Motives and ConsequencesMyths and RealitiesJohn Pilger: Collateral DamageVoices in the Wilderness:...
Table of ContentsAcknowledgmentsMapAnthony ArnoveThe Roots of US/UK PolicyNaseer Aruri: US Policy on Iraq: 1990-1999Phyllis Bennis and Denis Halliday: Iraq: The Impact of Sanctions and U.S. Policy (Interview with David Barsamian)Noam Chomsky: US Iraq Policy: Motives and ConsequencesMyths and RealitiesJohn Pilger: Collateral DamageVoices in the Wilderness: Ten Myths About SanctionsRobert Fisk: The Hidden WarRania Masri and Ali Abunimah: The Media's Deadly Spin on IraqHoward Zinn: One Iraqi's StoryLife Under SanctionsKathy Kelly: Raising Voices: The Children of Iraq 1990-1999Barbara Nimri Aziz: Targets--Not VictimsGeorge Capaccio: Killing a Country and a PeopleDocumenting the Impact of SanctionsDr. Peter Pellett: Sanctions, Food, Nutrition, and Health in IraqDr. Huda S. Ammash: The Impact of Sanctions on the Environment and Health in IraqActivist ResponsesEdward Said, Noam Chomsky, Ed Herman, Howard Zinn, Robert Jensen, William Keach, June Jordan, Angela Davis, Carlos Muoz, Jr, and Sharon Smith.: Sanctions Are Weapons of Mass DestructionNoam Chomsky: Sanctions as Biological WarfareSharon Smith: Building the Movement to End SanctionsAppendix Organizations Working to End SanctionsIndexAn Excerpt from Iraq Under SiegeRaising Voices: The Children of Iraq 1990-1999Kathy KellyIt is January 8, 1997. I am in a car driving from Baltimore to Washington, D.C., at 6:15 a.m. With me are Simon Harak, a Jesuit priest and theology professor, and Ardeth Platte and Carol Gilbert, Dominican sisters from Baltimore. We will later meet Aft Laffin, a Catholic lay worker, at the Senate Hart Office Building. Our plan is to enter the Senate confirmation hearings for Secretary of State Madeleine Albright.Leslie Stahl went to Iraq for 60 Minutes. On the program that aired May 12, 1996, she asked Albright, who was then the US ambassador to the United Nations, to explain US policy in the context of the devastation she had seen among the children of Iraq. Albright responded: "It's a hard decision, Lesli
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