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Walden Bello (Focus on the Global South, 18.04.2004)
Falluja and the Forging of the New Iraq

John Pilger, New Statesman, April 16, 2004
Get Out Now, Before We Are Thrown Out

Prof. James Petras (7.4.2003)
Third World Resistance and Western Intellectual Solidarity

Arundhati Roy (Outlook, 26.05.2003)
Instant-Mix Imperial Democracy. Buy One, Get One Free
full text of the CESR-sponsored lecture at the Riverside Church in Harlem, New York, on May 13.

Robert Fisk (Independent, May 06, 2003)
War over - try telling that to the Shias and the Badr Brigad

Amy Goodman, Interview with Robert Fisk (April 22, 2003)
An Anti-Colonial War Against The Americans May Have Already Begun

Robert Fisk (Independent, April 26, 2003)
Did the US Murder These Journalists

Robert Fisk (April 17, 2003)
Anti-Colonial War - Fisk (ZNet).

Robert Fisk in Baghdad (Independent, April 17, 2003)
For the people on the streets, this is not liberation but a new colonial oppression

Robert Fisk (The Independent, 13 April 2003)
A civilisation torn to pieces

Robert Fisk (Baghdad,11 April 2003)
We re here to fight the regime, not civilians, but I had to save my men

Ole Rothenborg (Dagens Nyheter, April 11, 2003)
US Forces Encourage Looting

Center for Economic and Social Rights (April 6, 2003)
Water under Siege in Iraq - US Military Forces Risk Committing War Crimes

Center for Economic and Social Rights
Tearing up the Rules - The Illegality of Invading Iraq

There is no justification for a war against Iraq:
Appeal to the German government and the members of the UN Security Council

Naji Sabri (14.11.2002)
Answer to SCR 1441 - Text of Iraq's letter to the U.N.

Hans C. Graf Sponeck (25.09.02)
IRAQ - Four Questions, Four Answers
presented at the European Colloqium in Brussels

Hans von Sponeck (EWR, 7.6.02)
Iraq and Resolution 1409: A Mouse Was Born!

Society for Austro-Arab Relations
Petition to UNO and WHO

to investigate the sources of high cancer incidence ... in Iraq

Thomas E. Ricks (Washington Post, 24.05.02)
Military Bids to Postpone Iraq Invasion
Joint Chiefs See Progress In Swaying Bush, Pentagon

New York Times (24,05.02)
Military Would Be Stressed by a New War, Study Finds

U.S. Envisions Blueprint on Iraq Including Big Invasion Next Year (New York Times 28.4.2002)
The Bush administration, in developing a potential approach for toppling President Saddam Hussein of Iraq, is concentrating its attention on a major air campaign and ground invasion, with initial estimates contemplating the use of 70,000 to 250,000 troops.

UN Chemical Arms Chief Ousted in U.S. - Led Vote (New York Times, 22.4.2002)
The head of a global chemical weapons control body was ousted on Monday by a United States-sponsored vote

Kenneth M. Pollack
Next Stop Baghdad
, Foreign Affairs, March/April 2002

George Monbiot
Chemical coup d'etat
Guardian, 16.04.02)
The US wants to depose the diplomat who could take away its pretext for war with Iraq

Walter Pincus
Rumsfeld Disputes Value of Iraq Arms Inspections (Washington Post, 16.4.2002)

Skirmish on Iraq Inspections, Washington Post, 15.4.2002
Wolfowitz Had CIA Probe U.N. Diplomat in Charge

Walter Pincus and Colum Lynch
Skirmish on Iraq Inspections
(Washington Post, 15.4.2002)
Wolfowitz Had CIA Probe U.N. Diplomat in Charge

US paves way for war on Iraq?, Guardian, 27.3.02
Attack base to be moved into Qatar to bypass Saudi objections

Saudi Arabia: Pro-West Leaders Strengthening Military Control, Stratfor 26.3.02

Opposition Report May Herald U.S.-Saudi Split?, Strafor, 19.3.02
Opposition Saudi sources report that U.S. forces in Saudi Arabia are moving equipment to Qatar.

Stratfor (14.02.02)
The Iraq Problem: U.S. Foreign Policy in the Balance

The U.S. State and Defense Departments appear to be pushing differing strategies for potentially removing Iraqi President Saddam Hussein from power.

Guardian, 15.2.02
US split with allies grows

Seumas Milne (Guardian, 14.02.02)
Can the US be defeated?
America's global power has no historical precedent, but its room for manoeuvre is limited

STRATFOR, 12 2.02
The Iraqi Question: Who Can Replace Saddam?

George Monbiot (Guardian, 12.02.02)
America's imperial war

The liberals who backed the Afghan bombing are now lined up with rampant US militarism

Stratfor (11.02.02)
Iraq Losing Allies in Face of U.S. Threats

While the United States continues a war of words against Iraq, Baghdad's allies are beginning to melt away.

David M. Malone, IHT, 7.2.02
Remove Saddam? The Chore Would Have to Be Well Done

Arab News, 6.2.02
US defense budget exceeds funding for combined global militaries

James Risen, NYT, 6.2.02
Terror Acts by Baghdad Have Waned, U.S. Aides Say

New York Times, 6.2.02
Tenet's Testimony Before Senate Committee

New York Times, 5.2. 2002
Iraq Proposes U.N. Talks, and Gets a War

The Sunday Times, 3.2. 02
Eight-week plan to topple Saddam

Charles Krauthammer (NY Times, 1.2.02))
Redefining the War

Scott Ritter (Christ. Science Mon., 13.01.02)
Iraq: The Phantom Threat

Henry A. Kissinger (wp, 13.01.02)
Phase II and Iraq

Guardian, 9.1.02
Key US hawk softens line on Iraq strike (3.01.02)
7 nations involved in invasion plans set for February

NewsWeek, 7.01.02
Next Up - Saddam

After September 11, Washington sees Iraq?s weapons capabilities as a direct and intolerable threat to American national security.

Thomas L. Friedman (NYT, 20.12.01)
All alone - A Lonely Crusade Against Saddam

New York Times, 18.12.01
Many Arabs Nervous About Attack on Iraq, 13.12.01
Searching for Saddam's replacement

Jane's Defense 12.12.01
Gen Mikolashek takes US 3rd Army HQ to Kuwait

DAWN, 10.12 .01
US moves command base to Kuwait

Stratfor (04.12.01)
Iraq, Terrorism and Geopolitics

William Safire (NYT, 24.9.01)
The Ultimate Enemy

IPPNW Assessment (19.02.01:  
Depleted Uranium Weapons and Acute Post-War Health Effects

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