U.S. Imperialism in the Middle East
Before and After September 11th
by Francis A. Boyle

ISBN: 093286340x $14.96  2004

    "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


    "In international legal terms, the Bush Jr. administration should be viewed as
    constituting an ongoing criminal conspiracy under international criminal law in
    violation of the Nuremberg Charter, the Nuremberg Judgment, and the
    Nuremberg Principles, due to its formulation and undertaking of war policies
    which are legally akin to those perpetrated by the Nazi regime in pre-World War II

    Francis A. Boyle, Destroying World Order

    Since the war in Afghanistan and Operation Iraqi Freedom, Americans have
    been surprised to learn that much of the world now views the United States itself
    as a major threat to global peace. American international legal expert Francis A.
    Boyle examines the imperial dimensions of U.S. policy in the Middle East, past
    and present, which may help to account for these views.  

    In a hard-hitting commentary well-grounded in fact and in law, Boyle addresses
    the train of U.S. transgressions of international law, leading to havoc in the
    region, and destabilization of the world system as a whole.  By the presidency of
    George W. Bush,  U.S. policy had evolved to a public assertion of the right to
    preemptive war, and its actual implementation.

    This book discusses U.S. assistance to Iraq during the Iran/Iraq war, U.S.
    conduct of the 1990 Gulf War, and the recent wars in Afghanistan and Iraq in
    relation to their violation of the laws of neutrality, humanitarian law, the laws of
    war--and the law of the U.S. Constitution.

    The concluding chapter provides a guide to impeaching President George W.
    Bush for lying in leading the nation to war.
    Arabic Edition
    The Supreme Council, Cairo

    Malaysian Edition
    Crescent Books, Kuala Lumpur
Francis A. Boyle
All six titles for $50.00 plus
    Francis A. Boyle is a leading American professor, practitioner and advocate of
    international law. He was responsible for drafting the Biological Weapons Anti-Terrorism
    Act of 1989, the American implementing legislation for the 1972 Biological Weapons
    Convention. He served as Legal Advisor to the Palestinian Delegation to the Middle East
    Peace Negotiations from 1991 to 1993, served on the Board of Directors of Amnesty
    International (1988-1992), and represented Bosnia-Herzegovina at the World Court.
    author of, inter alia, Palestine, Palestinians and International Law, The Criminality of
    Nuclear Deterrence, Defending Civil Resistance Under International Law, The Future of
    International Law and American Foreign Policy, Foundations of World Order: The Legalist
    Approach to International Relations 1898-1921, and The Bosnian People Charge

    Francis A. Boyle holds a Doctor of Law Magna Cum Laude as well as a Ph.D. in Political
    Science, both from Harvard University.

    From January 8-12 Francis A.  Boyle served as the 18th Bertrand Russell Peace Lecturer
    at McMaster University in Canada. Previous Russell Lecturers have been E.P. Thompson,
    Elena Bonner, Edward Said, Ramsey Clark, Nobel Peace Prize Winner Joseph Rotblat,
    Johan Galtung, and Noam Chomsky.