No treaties were made with the indigenous nations whose territories are now considered a Canadian province called British Columbia. Instead, a breathtaking policy of criminalization and assimilation has been vigorously carried out against them. Present day governments continue with processes that,... More Info
Imposing sanctions on Iraq was one of the most heinous of crimes committed in the 20th century. Yet it has received little attention in the Anglo-American world. Despite the calamitous destruction resulting from the sanctions, no serious attempts by legal professionals, academics or philosophers... More Info
A novel about the strange and horrific 1990s civil war in Sierra Leone in the twilight of the Cold War. A toxic brew of forces unleashed a conflagration in this small West African nation competing for Big Oil and Big Diamonds. External powers, foreign m
Islamophobia: The Ideological Campaign Against Muslims examines the rise of anti-Muslim and anti-Arab sentiments in the West following the end of the Cold War through George W. Bush's War on Terror to the Age of Obama. Using "Operation Desert Storm" as a watershed moment, Stephen Sheehi examines... More Info
This collection of Alternative Media interviews is intended to provide the kind of frank analysis and in-depth discussion of America's thorniest questions that would otherwise remain unheard.
When it comes to the prospect of war and global hopes for peace, no issues are more germane than the Israeli occupation of Palestine, and the role of George W. Bush in the invasion of Iraq-and few are better qualified to address them than international legal expert, Francis A. Boyle.
This book reflects a primary response by international civil society to US disregard for international law. It is a damning indictment of the Hiroshimas of our time. It provides a cogent elaboration of the international legal values to be defended, for humanity to triumph over the new wave of... More Info
Petras provides clear insight into how the depression and regional wars that originated in Washington and on Wall Street are spreading throughout the world, demolishing the ideology of free market neo-liberalism and forcing to the forefront the need for structural changes.
Intended to validate the Iraq Invasion and an emergent Iraqi democracy, the Tribunal became a show-trial micro-managed by the US. The trial of Saddam Hussein marks the first time since the UN was created that a head of state has been put on trial by an invading, occupying power. This book, by the... More Info