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by G. L. Simons

Author: G. L. Simons
Subcategory: Law
Language: English
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan (October 1, 1996)
Pages: 304 pages
Category: Other
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The Scourging of Iraq describes the impact of the 1991 Gulf War and subsequent economic sanctions on the Iraqi people

The Scourging of Iraq describes the impact of the 1991 Gulf War and subsequent economic sanctions on the Iraqi people. The Scourging of Iraq describes the impact of the 1991 Gulf War and subsequent economic sanctions on the Iraqi people

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The Scourging of Iraq describes the impact of the 1991 Gulf War and subsequent economic sanctions on the Iraqi people. Evidence is presented to show that food and medicine are being denied to the civilian population.

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The Scourging of Iraq describes the impact of the 1991 Gulf War and subsequent economic sanctions on the Iraqi . Evidence is presented to show that food and medicine are being denied to the civilian population, and that this involves a gross violation of the 1977 Protocol 1 addition to the 1949 Geneva Convention, which includes the words: 'Starvation of civilians as a method of warfare is prohibited'.

Simons was a critic of US foreign policy, regarding sanctions against . The Simons book of sexual records, 1975. Cuba: from conqistador to Castro, 1996. The scourging of Iraq : sanctions, law, and natural justice, 1996.

Simons was a critic of US foreign policy, regarding sanctions against Iraq in the 1990s as genocide, and the United States as "a plutocracy that shapes foreign policy in the cynical calculation of elitist commercial advantage". Introducing microprocessors, 1979. Robots in industry, 1980. Vietnam syndrome: impact on US foreign policy, 1998.

Simons also contends that the "oil for food and medicine" program under UN Resolution 986 of April 1995 is a "propaganda and public relations tool" designed to further . Related books and articles.

Simons also contends that the "oil for food and medicine" program under UN Resolution 986 of April 1995 is a "propaganda and public relations tool" designed to further demonize Saddam Husayn-for whom it should be noted, Simons is no apologist-and to prevent sanctions from being lifted as long as Saddam is Iraq's leader, and even longer (p. 227).

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The scourging of Iraq. sanctions, law, and natural justice. Published 1996 by St. Martin's Press in New York. United Nations, Economic sanctions, Moral and ethical aspects of Economic sanctions, United Nations. Security Council, Moral and ethical aspects, Persian Gulf War, 1991, Iraq, Resolutions, Sanctions (International law).

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The Scourging of Iraq describes the impact of the 1991 Gulf War on the Iraqi people and land, and shows how the wartime suffering and devastation has been exacerbated ever since by the imposition of an extreme sanctions regime. Evidence is presented to show that food and medicine are being denied to the Iraqi people; and that, as one of many consequences, the United States is using virtual biological warfare against a civilian population

The Scourging of Iraq describes the impact of the 1991 Gulf War on the Iraqi people and land, and shows how the wartime suffering and devastation has been exacerbated ever since by the imposition of an extreme sanctions regime. Evidence is presented to show that food and medicine are being denied to the Iraqi people; and that, as one of many consequences, the United States is using virtual biological warfare against a civilian population.It is argued that both the prosecution of the US-led war and the protracted economic embargo have involved the United States in cynical violations of international law. Particular attention is given to the 1977 Protocol 1 addition to the 1949 Geneva Convention, which includes the words: 'Starvation of civilians as a method of warfare is prohibited'.Sanctions are considered in a historical, political and legal context with focus on the role of the United States as a hegemonic power. Attention is given also to how the economic blockade might be reasonably viewed as a genocidal crime in violation of UN resolutions and the UN Genocide Convention.