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[casi] NEW ANTI-WAR BOOK Regime Unchanged by Milan Rai

NEW ANTI-WAR BOOK from Milan Rai, author of the ARROW Anti-War Briefings

1) Early Comments - John Pilger and Professor Paul Rogers
2) Summary
3) Contents pages
4) ISBN info
5) Ordering info for Special Activist's Advance Order Discount


Order Now For A Special Activist’s Discount

Please send in a completed form (see end of email) with your cheque to:
ARROW Publications, 29 Gensing Road, St Leonards on Sea, East Sussex TN38


‘This is a magnificent exposé of the lies that propelled the criminal
attack on Iraq.’
John Pilger

‘As the controversy over the war and its aftermath deepens, this is an
immediate, detailed and illuminating analysis that brings together a
remarkable range of material. Milan Rai does us all a service by providing
so much of the evidence that is fuelling that controversy.’
Paul Rogers, Professor of Peace Studies, Bradford University


Building on the success of his previous book WAR PLAN IRAQ, anti-war
activist Milan Rai has charged up new and disturbing facts that the
warmongers would rather we forgot about. 95 per cent new material, REGIME
UNCHANGED is an angry battery of arguments for preventing the re-writing of

The first half of REGIME UNCHANGED documents step-by-step the way in which
Washington undermined and finally shut down the UN weapons inspectors’
efforts to disarm Iraq peacefully, just as they were on the brink of a new
and decisive phase of inspections. It sets out in full for the first time
the mystery of the Most Censored Document of 2003: the UNMOVIC Draft Work
Programme, launched and torpedoed on the day President Bush issued his
ultimatum to Saddam Hussein.

The second half of the book presents damning evidence that leading members
of Saddam Hussein’s Ba‘athist regime were deliberately restored to power in
Iraq in the first month after ‘liberation’. A pattern familiar from US and
UK policy in liberated territories after the Second World War (documented
in REGIME UNCHANGED): denigration and demobilization of the resistance
movements and restoration of collaborators and leaders of fascist regimes.

REGIME UNCHANGED demonstrates unequivocally that this was a war based on
lies. This was not a war for disarmament or for ‘regime change’, but for


Introduction: Tony Blair Wobbled—We Nearly Derailed The War

I               Argument Over—The War Was Wrong II            ‘Regime Change’—A Prior 
III             First Strike—The February 2001 Bombing Of Baghdad
IV              Sickly Inhibitions—The Political Significance Of 11 September
V               George Bush Lied—Misconnecting Iraq, WMD And Terrorism
VI              The First Ultimatum—The Five Demands
VII             Disaster Strikes—Iraq Accepts The Weapons Inspectors
VIII            The Minefield—Resolution 1441: Designed To Be Refused
IX              No Smoke, No Gun—No Evidence Discovered
X               Colin Powell Lied—Turning On The Inspectors
XI              Inspection Was An Option—Qualitative Disarmament
XII             Blitzing Dr Blix—UNMOVIC Resists
XIII            The Censored Document—Destroying The Inspectors
XIV             Authority And Power—US–UK Versus The UN
XV              Regime Reloaded—Re-Nazifying Iraq
XVI             Hitler Won—False De-Nazification
XVII            Coup d’État—The US Wanted A Coup
XVIII   Why ‘Regime Stabilization’?—Turkey and Saudi Arabia Need Saddamism
XIX             Crushing the Resistance—After WWII: Betraying The Anti-Fascists
XX              Regime Revolutions—De-Ba‘athification?
XXI             Shia Power—A Looming Confrontation With The People Of Iraq
XXII            Sunni Rage—After Falluja XXIII        Capitalism’s War
XXIV    Regime Unchanged

                Postscript—What Would You Have Done?

Updates will be available on <>.

REGIME UNCHANGED: Why The War On Iraq Changed Nothing, by Milan Rai
Published by Pluto Press in the UK in September 2003, and in North America
in November 2003. £10.99 ISBN 0 7453 2199 2 paperback.

Ask your library to order a copy!


Special Discount for Advance Orders

JNV has secured a limited quantity of advance copies of Milan Rai’s 256-
page book, REGIME UNCHANGED, from Pluto Press, for sale to UK activists.

For orders sent from a UK address before 20 August 2003, the book will be
available for £8.50 inc p&p. The price after 20 August, and in bookshops,
will be £10.99 (plus £1.80 p&p).

Unfortunately we have no method of dealing with credit card orders, either
online or by telephone. Our apologies.

To secure your copy/copies of REGIME UNCHANGED, please print off this page,
fill it in, and send with a cheque made out to ‘ARROW PUBLICATIONS’, to 29
Gensing Road, St Leonards on Sea, East Sussex TN38 0HE.

REVIEWS for 'War Plan Iraq'

George Monbiot: 'The clearest and most persuasive explanation of the
reasons not to go to war with Iraq that anyone could wish for.'

Tariq Ali: 'An excellent weapon. Required reading'

John Pilger: 'If Nobel Peace Prizes were given to true peacemakers, one
would be reserved for Milan Rai. This book is a thorough, irrefutable

Bruce Kent: 'Milan Rai is an author on whose accuracy and research we have
come to rely.'


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