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I've been idly compiling a brief bibliography of articles and books on economic sanctions & related issues. This should provide more substantial information than the short pieces which are frequently posted on the CASI discussion group. It's intended for those planning to go to Iraq this summer in deciding what research project/s to undertake. I haven't looked at most of these items, so I'm not vouching for their quality. I haven't included anything solely on the 1991 bombardment itself, as the literature is vast. Comments on items & recommended titles would be appreciated, especially on Oil-for-Food: I've yet to find anything more detailed than a few brief articles in Middle East International. IRAQI SANCTIONS -- GENERAL Eric Hoskins, 'Iraq', in Cortright et al. (eds), Civilian Pain and Political Gain: The Humanitarian Consequences of Economic Sanctions (1997) A. Cordesman & A. Hashim, Iraq: Sanctions and Beyond (Boulder, CO:1997) G.L. Simons, The Scourging of Iraq: sanctions, law and natural justice (Basingstoke, 1996) - the standard campaigners' book Centre for Economic and Social Rights, Unsanctioned Suffering: A Human Rights Assessment of U.N. Sanctions on Iraq (New York, 1996) Ann Clwyd, 'Iraq: Sanctions and Human Rights' (1996 pamphlet from the pro-bombing MP) R. Normand, 'Iraqi sanctions, human rights and humanitarian law', Middle East Report, 26 (1996), 40 Graham Brown, 'The Iraq sanctions dilemma', Middle East Report, 25 (1995), 2-12 Alan Dowty, 'Sanctioning Iraq', The Washington Quarterly, 17 (1994), 179-98 J. Patterson, 'The Sanctions Dilemma', Middle East Report, 24 (1994), 24f Eric Hoskins, 'The Truth Behind Economic Sanctions', in Ramsey Clark et al., War Crimes: A Report on United States War Crimes against Iraq (Washington: 1992) SANCTIONS IN GENERAL, BUT CONTAINING ANALYSES OF IRAQ Margaret Doxhey, International sanctions in comparative perspective, 2nd edn (London: 1996) - the standard work on sanctions Albert Pierce, 'Just war principles and economic sanctions', Ethics and International Affairs, 10 (1996), 103 - focuses on Haiti D.L. Losman, 'Pain without Gain: the Sanctions saga', Mediterranean Quarterly, 8 (1997), 36-59 L.F. Damrosch, 'The Civilian Impact...', in Damrosch (ed), Enforcing Restraint (New York, 1993), 274-315 D. Cortright & G. Lopez, Economic Santions (Boulder, CO:1995) E. Nicholson, Why does the West forget? (London, 1993 - the former Tory & LibDem MP, who adopted an Iraqi child?) IRAQI SANCTIONS FROM A GENDERED PERSPECTIVE Lori Buck et al., 'Sanctions as a gendered instrument of statecraft: the case of Iraq', Review of International Studies, 24 (1998) 69-84 L. Cainkar, 'The Gulf War, Sanctions, and the Lives of Iraqi Women', Arab Studies Quarterly, 15 (1993), 15-49. Bela Bhatia et al, in International Study Team (see below) On women before the war, see: Sana al-Khayyat, Honour and Shame: Women in Modern Iraq (London, 1990) Doreen Ingrams, The Awakened: Women in Iraq (London, 1983) Amal al-Sharqi, 'Emanicipation of Iraqi Women', in T. Niblock, Iraq: The Contemporary State (London: 1982) MACRO-ECONOMIC EFFECTS OF SANCTIONS The Economist Intelligence Unit, Country Profile 1995-96: Iraq (London, 1996) A. Alnasrawi, 'Economic Devastation, Underdevelopment and Outlook', in F. Hazelton (ed.), Iraq Since the Gulf War (London, 1994) A. Alnasrawi, The Economy of Iraq: Oil, War, Destruction of Development and Prospects (Westport, CT, 1993) HEALTH EFFECTS OF SANCTIONS H.N. Barnouti, Letter from Iraq: Effect of sanctions on surgical practice, British Medical Journal, 313 (Dec 7, 1996), 1474-5 S. Zaida and M. Fazwi, 'Health of Baghdad's Children', The Lancet, 346 (2 Dec 1995), 1485. - famous letter to editors from FAO researchers Editorial in the Lancet, 346 (Dec 2, 1995), 1439 See also the numerous letters in Lancet, 347 (Jan 20, 1996), pp.198-200. C. Court, Iraq sanctions lead to half a million child deaths [news], British Medical Journal 311 (9 Dec 1995), 1523 M. al-Farekh, A physician's eyewitness report in Iraq [letter], Lancet 345 (1995 May 13), 1242 Y. Etienne & P.G. Nembrini, (Medical Division, International Committee of the Red Cross), Establishing water and sanitation programmes in conflict situations: the case of Iraq during the Gulf War, Soz Praventivmed (YF1), 40.1 (1995): 18-26 Andrea Needham, Sanctions and Iraq, Health Visit, 67.2 (Feb 1994), 71 A. Bierman, The Gulf War and infant and child mortality in Iraq [letter; comment], New England Journal of Medicine (1993 May 6); 328 (18): 1358 Alberto Ascherio et al., 'Effect of the Gulf War on Infant and Child Mortality in Iraq', New England Journal of Medicine, 327 (1992), 931f M.K. Sharief, Malnutrition in Iraq, Lancet, 338 (1991 Dec 21-28), 1599 Editorial, Health problems in Iraq, 304 British Medical Journal (1992 Feb 22), 455-6 J.O. Field JO & R.M. Russell (nutrition mission for UNICEF), Nutrition Review, 50.2 (1992 Feb), 41-6 Editorial & article, Starvation in Iraq, 338 Lancet (1991 Nov 9), 1179-80 & 1202f. Follow up letters at 1336 & 1599. The Harvard Study Team, 'The Effects of the Gulf Crisis on the Children of Iraq', New England Journal of Medicine, 325 (1991), 977f - famous, but dated International Study Team, Health and Welfare in Iraq after the Gulf Crisis: An In-Depth Assessment (London, 1991) - likewise GENERAL SOCIAL EFFECTS Jean Dreze, Hunger and Poverty in Iraq (1996 pamphlet) J. Fine, 'The Iraq Sanctions Catastrophe', Middle East Report 22 (1992), 36 ON POLITICAL RESPONSES TO SANCTIONS Eric Rouleau, 'America's Unyielding Policy toward Iraq', Foreign Affairs, 74 (1995), 59-72 R.R. Francke, 'The Iraqi Opposition and the Sanctions Debate', Middle East Report 25 (1995), 14-17 D. Hopwood (ed.), Iraq: Power and Society (Reading: Ithaca, 1993) ON UNSCOM Special Issue of Politics and Life Sciences, August 1995 (vol 14:2). ON THE ENVIRONMENT C. Lijnzaad et al., 'Protection of the Environment in times of Armed Conflict: The Iraq-Kuwait War', Netherlands International Law Review 1993, 169-99 ON ARCHAEOLOGY The journal IRAQ -- ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- This is a discussion list run by Campaign Against Sanctions on Iraq. To be removed/added, email email@example.com, NOT the whole list. Archived at http://linux.clare.cam.ac.uk/~saw27/casi/discuss.html