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Iraq Under Siege: The Deadly Impact of Sanctions and War

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  • PDF | 264 pages
  • Anthony Arnove(Editor)
  • Pluto Press; 2nd Revised edition edition (1 Jan. 2003)
  • English
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  • Society, Politics & Philosophy

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  • By on 28 March 2000

    The synopsis does not include any recommendations or alternatives to sanctions regimes in containing the aggression of ruthless regimes such as the Iraqi one. Also knowing Pilgers argument from his recent articles in the Guardian and his documentary in ITV, he accuses the sanctions to be illegal in the international law spectrum. Such claim is not correct, all the United Nations Seucrity Councils resolutions passed in relation to Iraq, were passed with the consent of the members, therefore they stand legal. As for the human suffering in Iraq, the regime must (I emphasis) must be held responsible first. the human rights of the people in Iraq is the responsibility of their government before anyone ells. The regime is using the peeple delibrately to win international public support. What happens when the sanctions lifted? All the westren companies are already awaiting on the Iraqi borders ready to jump in to deal with Saddam again. Do we really want to sell him arms and let him to kill thousands more once again?

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