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LAW / INTERNATIONAL LAW
TACKLING
AMERICA'S
TOUGHEST
QUESTIONS
Alternative Media
Interviews
Francis A. Boyle
"There is potentially even greater value to
be found in Boyle's warnings and
ecommendations to us today."  
David Swanson, afterdowningstreet.org
Boyle tackles hard-hitting Alternative Media
questions on the "war on terrorism";
"unlawful enemy combatants";
Guantanamo; kangaroo courts; the torture
scandal; extraordinary renditions; the
illegal invasions of Afghanistan and Iraq;
war crimes in Iraq and Afghanistan; the
threats to attack Iran and Syria; the anthrax
attacks on Congress; the Bush green
lights given to Israel to attack Gaza and to
Georgia to attack South Ossetia; and
spying on the American People.
INTERNATIONAL LAW
AND IMPUNITY:  
The Case of the
United States
The case of the United
States is emblematic:  
political and military
aggression, bombardment
of civilian populations,
torture, and illegal detention
are all “international
crimes” according to the
Geneva Conventions.
Contributors include Ramsey Clark,
Samir Amin, William Blum, Jan Myrdal,
Michael Parenti, Jean Bricmont, Les
Roberts, Genevieve Sevrin
(Amnesty
International, France),
Antoine Bernard
(International Federation of Human
Rights),
Tadatoshi Akiba, Mayor of
Hiroshima
and others ...
THE TRIAL OF
SADDAM HUSSEIN
/ Abdul Haq al-Ani
An Iraqi-born, British-trained
barrister, al-Ani served as UK
Legal Advisor to Raghad
Hussein in her father's defense.
 He left the Baath party while
in his teens
"worthwhile if heavy-going ....For Bush,
Blair and those who let loose war, Abdul
Haq al-Ani's book is uncomfortable
reading."   
Tam Dalyell, former Senior
Member of Parliament, Labour Party,
United Kingdom .

"fascinating reading... a penetrating
analysis"  
John Quigley, Professor of
international law, Ohio State University,
reviewed in Synthesis/ Transformations   

"an immensely sobering expose"  
David
MacGregor
, Univ. Western Ontario,  
Lobster 56.

".. a simple book review cannot do justice...
"
Kim Petersen, Dissident Voice
CHILD RIGHTS &
REMEDIES
/
Robert C. Fellmeth
Examines the barriers to child-sensitive
public policy, and the true legal status of
children with regard to poverty,
education, health, special needs, child
care, child abuse, juvenile crime and
detention, reproductive rights, custody
and civil liberties.

"Professor Robert C. Fellmeth, the
master of child rights and remedies and
the long-time maestro of child advocacy,
presents his Magnum Opus to inform
our intellects, challenge our
consciences and galvanize our
motivation on behalf of children who will
either inherit our derelictions or our
beneficent foresight."   
— RALPH NADER.
HUMAN RIGHTS,
HUMAN PLIGHTS
IN A GLOBAL
VILLAGE
by Rob Buitenweg
Economic, social and cultural rights  are
intended to alleviate human misery, and
thereby enable people to  live in dignity.  
Though these rights –– the right to
adequate housing, to food, to health
(care) and to social security, among
others –– are protected under the
International Covenant on Economic,
Social and Cultural Rights, they are often
challenged as lacking the clarity,
substance and enforceability of civil and
political rights.  This book puts paid to
that mistaken notion.
BREAKING ALL
THE RULES:
Palestine, Iraq, Iran
and the Case for
Impeachment
/ Francis A. Boyle
This is the 18th Annual Bertrand Russell
Peace Lectures delivered at the Centre
for Peace Studies, McMaster University,
updated to President Bush's October
17th speech threatening the possibility
of World War III in relation to Iran, and a
resource list of organizations presently
supporting boycotts and divestment in
support of Palestinian human rights.

Previous Bertrand Russell Lecturers
have included E.P. Thompson, Elena
Bonner, Edward Said, Ramsey Clark,
Nobel Peace Prize Winner Joseph
Rotblat, Johan Galtung, and Noam
Chomsky
BIOWARFARE
AND TERRORISM
/ Francis A. Boyle
Foreword by
Jonathan King,
MIT
This critical book addresses how and
why the United States government
initiated, sustained and then
dramatically expanded an illegal
biological arms race. It raises key
questions concerning the anthrax
attacks on Congress and reveals the
Bush Neocons' frightening reorientation
of the mission of the new U.S. Chemical
and Biological Defense Research
program.

"Boyle builds his case with precision
and clarity."
                     —   GeneWatch
DESTROYING
WORLD ORDER:
US Imperialism in
the Middle East
Before and After
September 11 /
Francis A. Boyle
"Not surprisingly, the mainstream
American media did not give
Boyle's book anything near the
coverage it deserves. But one day,
his expert witness testimony, along
with others, could be used in a
court of law, or by historians, to
identify who is/was behind this pure
evil. It may take years, but that day
will surely come.."
MEDIA MONITORS NETWORK
PALESTINE,
PALESTINIANS
AND
INTERNATIONAL
LAW
/
Francis A. Boyle
"Provides easy-to-read legal analysis
of some issues involved in the
Palestinian quest for freedom and
serves as a valuable historical (and
legal) record for those analyzing
Palestinian decision-making in the
late 1980s and early 1990s."
Journal of Palestine Studies

"This book is a must reading for all
those interested in the legal
background of the Palestinian-Israeli
conflict." —
Ghada Talhami, Arab
Studies Quarterly.
THE CRIMINALITY
OF NUCLEAR
DETERRENCE
/
Francis A. Boyle
"Boyle's damning post-9 / 11 legal
analysis of U.S. nuclear war policy and
the so-called "war on terrorism" is the best
single book for nuclear resisters to study if
they intend to defend their own direct
action under international law."   
The Nuclear Resister

"Boyle's stirring little book traces the fault
lines that may divide our society as U.S.
troops and weapons are deployed
illegally: those who support the legal
system versus those who blindly issue and
obey orders at their own peril."
The Federal Lawyer,  a publication of
the Federal Bar Association, Washington,
DC.
RIGHT TO SELF-
DETERMINATION
edited by
Y. N. Kly, Diana Kly
preface by
Richard Falk
"More than any recent occasion, the First
International Conference on the Right to
Self-determination & the United Nations,
held in Geneva during the millennial year
2000, dramatized the range of claims and
the severity of suffering associated with
their denial under a variety of statist and
geopolitical pretexts... a truly historical
contribution..."
From the Preface by  –
Richard Falk

"This is a book with a purpose:  to
advance a proposal for considering and
resolving self-determination conflicts."  
–Foreign Policy in Focus.  
INTERNATIONAL
LAW AND THE
BLACK MINORITY
IN THE U.S.
/ Dr. Y. N. Kly
Named OUTSTANDING BOOK by the
Gustavus Myers Center for the Study
of Human Rights, cosponsored by a
wide range of American civil rights
organizations.

"Worthy of consideration and debate
by minority and non-minority
individuals alike..."
American Journal
of International Law .
Named OUTSTANDING BOOK by the
Gustavus Myers Center for the Study of
Human Rights, cosponsored by a wide
range of American civil rights
organizations.

"Worthy of consideration and debate by
minority and non-minority individuals
alike..."
American Journal of International Law .
A POPULAR
GUIDE TO
MINORITY
RIGHTS
/Y. N. Kly
Named
OUTSTANDING
BOOK by the
Gustavus Myers
Center for the Study
of Human Rights.