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Regime Unchanged


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Echoing Voices
Introduction: Tony Blair Wobbled-We Nearly Derailed The War
1. Argument Over-The War Was Wrong
2. 'Regime Change'-A Prior Commitment
3. First Strike-The February 2001 Bombing Of Baghdad
4. Sickly Inhibitions-The Political Significance Of 11 September
5. George Bush Lied-Misconnecting Iraq, WMD And Terrorism
6. The First Ultimatum-The Five Demands
7. Disaster Strikes-Iraq Accepts The Weapons Inspectors
8. The Minefield-Resolution 1441: Designed To Be Refused
9. No Smoke, No Gun-No Evidence Discovered
10. Colin Powell Lied-Turning On The Inspectors
11. Inspection Was An Option-Qualitative Disarmament
12. Blitzing Dr Blix-UNMOVIC Resists
13. The Censored Document-Destroying The Inspectors
14. Authority And Power-US-UK Versus The UN
15. Regime Reloaded-Re-Nazifying Iraq
16. Hitler Won-False De-Nazification
17. Coup d'Etat-The US Wanted A Coup
18. Why 'Regime Stabilization'?-Turkey and Saudi Arabia Need Saddamism
19. Crushing the Resistance-After WWII: Betraying The Anti-Fascists
20. Regime Revolutions-De-Ba'athification?
21. Shia Power-A Looming Confrontation With The People Of Iraq
22. Sunni Rage-After Falluja
23. Capitalism's War
24. Regime Unchanged
Postscript-What Would You Have Done?
Contributor Notes

About the Author

Milan Rai founded the British branch of Voices in the Wilderness and co-founded the anti-war group ARROW, a London-based direct action and anti-war information group. He is author of numerous books, including 7/7: The London Bombings, Islam and the Iraq War (Pluto Press, 2006) and Regime Unchanged: Why the War on Iraq Changed Nothing (Pluto Press, 2003).


'A magnificent expose of the lies that propelled the criminal attack on Iraq' -- John Pilger

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