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FOREWORD. The Greatest Con of Our History Joseph Cirincione INTRODUCTION.
Oil, War, and Things Worth Fighting For Scott Ritter An Exercise in Critical Thinking:
Today's Sharpest Minds Tackle the War and its Context 1. The Thirteen Years’ War
Alexander Cockburn and Jeffrey St. Clair Postscript to Chapter 1. Some Final
Thoughts Alexander Cockburn 2. Iraq, 1917 Robert Fisk 3. Global
Democracy...Through Superior Firepower Maurizio Blondet Postscript to Chapter 3.
On Luttwak’s Coup D’Etat: A Practical Handbook Maurizio Blondet 4. Simple Truths,
Hard Problems: Some Thoughts on Terror, Justice, and Self-Defense Prof. Noam
Chomsky, Ph.D. Driving the Runaway Train: Neocons, 9-11, and the Pretexts for War 5.
The Ideology of American Empire Prof. Claes G. Ryn, Ph.D. 6. Neoconservatives, Israel,
and 9/11: The Origins of U.S. War on Iraq Stephen J. Sniegoski, Ph.D. 7. A Real
Hijacking: The Neoconservative Fifth Column and the War in Iraq Justin Raimondo 8.
UnJust War Theory: Christian Zionism and the Road to Jerusalem Prof. David Lutz,
Ph.D. 9. Manipulating Catholic Support for the War: The Black Operation Known as
“Conservatism” E. Michael Jones, Ph.D. 10. What the War is All About Kirkpatrick
Sale 11. Risky Business: The Perils of Profitmongering in Iraq Naomi Klein Postscript
to Chapter 11. The More Things Change... Prof. William O’Rourke The Professionals
Speak I: Military Reactions to Operation Iraqi Freedom 12. An Insider Look at
Pentagon Policy-Making in the Run-Up to Gulf War II Lt. Col. Karen Kwiatkowski,
USAF (ret.) 13. The Moral Responsibility of the Military Officer in the Context of the
Larger War We Are In Robert Hickson, USA, (ret.), Ph.D. Introduction to Chapter 14.
To War or Not to War, That Is the Question Jack Dalton 14. Hindsight is 20-20: Iraq &
“War on Terror” Veterans on Gulf War II A Roundtable with Chris Harrison, former
Army 1st Lt., Jimmy Massey, former Marine Corps Staff Sgt., Tim Goodrich, former
Air Force Sgt., and Dave Bischel, former Air Force Sgt. 15. Just Following Orders: One
Sailor and His Vision of the Higher Law An Interview with Petty Officer Pablo Paredes,
USN Introduction to Chapter 16. The Case of Staff Sgt. Al Lorentz Lt. Col. Karen
Kwiatkowski, USAF (ret.) 16. Why We Cannot Win Staff Sgt. Al Lorentz, USAR The
Professionals Speak II: The Intelligence Community and the Intelligence Debacle 17.
Drinking the Kool-Aid: Making the Case for War with Compromised Integrity and
Intelligence Col. W. Patrick Lang, USA (ret.) 18. Sham Dunk: Cooking Intelligence for
the President Ray McGovern The Professionals Speak III: War College Professors
Apply Their Expertise 19. The “War on Terror”: Ingenious or Incoherent? An Interview
with Prof. Jeffrey Record, Ph.D. 20. A War Crime or an Act of War? Stephen Pelletière,
Ph.D. The Professionals Speak IV: A Scientist and a Diplomat 21. Neocons and Loose
Nukes Gordon Prather, Ph.D. 22. A Call to Conscience Roger Morris Defying World
Order: Reactions From Vatican and UN Perspectives 23. The Iraq War and the Vatican
Mark and Louise Zwick 24. The United Nations Charter and the Invasion of Iraq John
Burroughs, J.D., Ph.D. and Nicole Deller, J.D. 25. Legal Nonsense: The War on Terror
and its Grave Implications for National and International Law An Interview with Prof.
Francis Boyle, J.D., Ph.D. Propping Up a Dying Giant: American Economic and
Military Survival Tactics 26. In Her Death Throes: The Neoconservative Attempt to
Arrest the Decline of American Hegemony Prof. Immanuel Wallerstein, Ph.D. 27. A
New “American Century”? Iraq and the Hidden Euro-Dollar Wars F. William Engdahl
One Good Scandal Deserves Another: The Snowballing of American Lawlessness 28.
The Law of Armed Conflict and the "War on Terror" Gabor Rona, J.D., Ll.M. 29. A
Prison Beyond the Law Joseph Margulies, Esq.Postscript to Chapter 29. Seeking to
Render the Rasul Decision Meaningless Amnesty InternationalPostscript to Chapter 29.
An Illusion of Lawful Process Joseph Margulies, Esq. 30. Far, Far Worse Than
Watergate Jeffrey Steinberg Postscript to Chapter 30. The Anonymity Trap Jacob
Weisberg 31. A Torture(d) Web Col. Dan Smith, USA (ret.) Postscript to Chapter 31. A
Voice in the WildernessRear Adm. John Hutson, USN (ret.), J.D. So Much for the
Fourth Estate: Our Imperial Press 32. Chronicles of Abdication: Press Coverage of the
War in Iraq Tom Engelhardt 33. Weapons of Mass Deception: The Air War John
Stauber and Sheldon Rampton 34. Truth From These Podia: A Study of Strategic
Influence, Perception Management, Information Warfare, and Psychological
Operations in Gulf War II Col. Samuel Gardiner, USAF (ret.) The Other Side of the
Story: Honest Men Consider the Situation in Iraq 35. Behind the Smoke Screen: Why
We Are in Iraq An Interview with Prof. Ayad Al-Qazzaz 36. A Priest Looks at the
Former Regime An Interview with Fr. Jean Marie Benjamin 37. Portrait of Noble
Resignation: Tariq Aziz and the Last Days of Saddam Hussein Milton Viorst Enduring
Injustice: Iraq and the Current Political Landscape 38. Nemesis and Name-Calling:
Who Are the Iraqi Rebels? Col. Donn de Grand Pré, USA (ret.) 39. The Politics of
Electoral Illusion Mark Gery 40. A Trial Indeed: The Treatment of Saddam Hussein vs.
the Rule of Law Curtis Doebbler, Esq., Ph.D. Epilogue The Editors Appendices. The
U.S. and Iraq: A Checkered History Appendix I. Off to a Bad Start: International Law
and War Crimes in the Case of Gulf War I Michael Ratner, Esq. Appendix II. The PR
Campaign of Gulf War I John Stauber and Sheldon Rampton

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