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Analysis of Greenpeace materials from Iraq

Publication | 29 July, 2004 at 2:00

Report on the proliferation and radiological impacts of nuclear material looting uncovered by Greenpeace in July 2003. This report, by nuclear expert John Large, was sent to the International Atomic Energy Agency in July of 2004. It assesses...

Letter to IAEA re nuclear material in Iraq

Publication | 29 July, 2004 at 2:00

Letter from Greenpeace to the International Atomic Energy Agency outlining results of Greenpeace inspection of Tuwaitha nuclear centre in Iraq.Greenpeace found unsecured uranium yellowcake and other radiological sources near schools and in the...

Iraq - January 2004 - The impacts of war.

Publication | 8 March, 2004 at 1:00

The most recent conflict in Iraq exacerbated the situation in an already battered country and its people. The eight year war with Iran, the 1991 Gulf War and the subsequent 12 years of sanctions all took their toll on the nations infrastructure...

Then and Now - Pre war fiction and post war reality.

Publication | 8 March, 2004 at 1:00

The quotes from before the war by the US and UK governments and the realities discovered after the war.

Oil and the Iraq Crisis

Publication | 8 March, 2004 at 1:00

Control over oil is a central motivation for the Bush administration's military confrontation with Iraq. The unilateralist nature of the US's new security stance in a post September 11th world has become inexorably linked with the importance of...

Failure to Control Nuclear Contamination in Iraq

Publication | 10 July, 2003 at 2:00

Letter from Greenpeace Executive Director Gerd Leipold to Kofi Annan about grave concerns over the lack of control of nuclear material in Iraq and the failure of the occupying forces to address environmental contamination and public health...

Uniting for Peace Resolution

Publication | 25 February, 2003 at 1:00

This document examines the appropriateness of the UN General Assembly invoking resolution 377, "Uniting for Peace" to break a Security Council deadlock over stopping the war with Iraq.

Iraq is not the only Country in the Middle East with Weapons of Mass Destruction

Publication | 17 February, 2003 at 1:00

The first use of weapons of mass destruction in the Middle East was by British forces in 1917, at a time when Britain occupied territory that was later to become Iraq. Chemical weapons were used in the process of welding the Kurdish north, the...

Lessons from the Gulf War: the Human and Environmental Costs

Publication | 17 February, 2003 at 1:00

The human and environmental impacts of the Gulf War were tremendous. Approximately 100,000 Iraqi soldiers and 40,000 to 80,000 Iraqi civilians were killed as a direct result of the war, and those who survived the initial attack have faced untold...

International Law and the War on Iraq

Publication | 17 February, 2003 at 1:00

The US and UK governments have claimed the right to invade Iraq even without a second UN resolution. They claim Iraq is a threat to world peace and security and that they are entitled to take preventive unilateral military action. Contrary to...

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