Sanctions on Iraq:
background, consequences & strategies
Printed Copies & Online version
13 - 14 November 1999, CASI hosted an international
conference on the sanctions on Iraq. Leading policy makers, civil
servants, aid workers, public health experts, security analysts, historians,
anthropologists, activists and Iraqi expatriates delivered expert, often
impassioned, papers on Iraq's history. This 230 page book is a transcription
of that event. A unique document on one of the worst humanitarian crises
of the modern age, it offers vital information for policy makers, academics,
activists, humanitarians, and any reader concerned about the fate of Iraqis
and the actions of Western powers in the Middle East.
The conference proceedings are published in a 230 page paperback book. Copies can be ordered from CASI for just £3 per copy within the UK and £6 ($9) elsewhere. These prices include postage and packing. Cheques should be made payable to "Campaign Against Sanctions on Iraq" and can be sent to "CASI, c/o Seb Wills, Clare College, Cambridge CB2 1TL, UK". If you prefer to pay by credit card, you can make a donation of at least $6 (UK delivery) or $10 (elsewhere) and send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know you would like it to be counted as payment for a book. Please allow up to 28 days for delivery.
The book features::
Sanctions on Iraq: background, consequences, strategies (2000).
Campaign Against Sanctions on Iraq.
ISBN 1-903488-22-2. Paperback, 230 pages
The Campaign Against Sanctions on Iraq (CASI), is a registered society at the University of Cambridge. The society has an exclusively humanitarian focus, does not support the Iraqi regime and is not opposed to military sanctions on Iraq. The views of speakers are not necessarily the views of CASI and vice versa.
Last updated: 27-April-2002