Published April 2003
by South End Press .
Written in English
|Contributions||Anthony Arnove (Editor), Ali Abunimah (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||262|
Sniper One: On Scope and Under Siege with a Sniper Team in Iraq. Read more. 26 people found this helpful. Helpful. Comment Report abuse. Torch. out of 5 stars Where were all the newsmen during this. Reviewed in the United States on J Verified Purchase/5(). Iraq Under Siege: The Deadly Impact of Sanctions and War, a new collection from South End Press, is a valuable addition to this literature. Like Simons' book, it contains the necessary analysis to see beneath the surface of U.S. proclamations, and adds the vital dimension of personal experience. *Iraq Under Siege* is a masterful collection of essays that speaks to the ongoing "hidden" war against Iraq and spells out in graphic detail, and with a /5(13). Carefully documented and written in clear language, Iraq Under Siege is invaluable for anyone wanting to understand the roots of US and UK policy in Iraq and the Middle East. The volume includes photographs and first-person accounts from Iraq that show the human story of the sanctions, which have now been in place for 12 years, ending with 4/5(1).
Iraq Under Siege, The Deadly Impact of Sanctions and War was written by western activists who were against the sanctions imposed on Iraq for the invasion of Kuwait. The economic isolation of Iraq was supposed to encourage it to exit its neighbor territory, but then became a means to punish and contain it. Compare book prices from over , booksellers. Find Iraq Under Siege, Updated Edition: The Deadly Impact () by Arnove, Anthony/5(70). This paper “Iraq Under Siege: The Deadly Impact of Sanctions and War” will review Anthony Arnove’s book, published by the South End Press in Organized in 16 chapters in five parts, the book starts by describing the war against Iraq by the US and gives a . Introduction / Anthony Arnove --Part 1: The roots of US/UK policy --America's war against Iraq: / Naseer Aruri --Iraq: the impact of sanctions and US policy / Phyllis Bennis and Denis J. Halliday; interviewed by David Barsamian --US Iraq policy: motives and consequences / Noam Chomsky --Part 2: Myths and realities --Collateral.
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