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 Ex-UN Assistant Secretary-General Dennis Halliday

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After she said that, no other U.S. official, to my knowledge, took her to task, either on the number of Iraqi children they had killed up to that year or the fact that the official U.S. spokesperson to the UN considered the deaths to be worth it. (The sanctions weren't lifted until 2003, after the U.S. government had ...

Yanghee Lee (middle), the UN's Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights in Myanmar, visiting the Balu Khali Rohingya camp in Cox's Bazaar ... of the International Association of Genocide Scholars; Dr Helen Jarvis, former public affairs officer at the Khmer Rouge Tribunal; and Dennis Halliday, ...
We also made the most use of the institution from the outset: of the nine investigations on the African continent, eight were requested by African states, six African states referred their own situation to the ICC, and African states voted in support of the UN security council referrals on Darfur and Libya.
Dennis Halliday, a thirty-four-year UN veteran, resigned from the organization in protest after spending a little over a year as the UN Humanitarian Coordinator in Iraq. He said the sanctions constituted genocide. His successor, Hans von Sponeck, also a career UN employee, lasted just two years before ...
Declassified Pentagon and UN documents show that our governments were fully aware of the comprehensive destruction of civilian life due to the sanctions. Dennis Halliday, then UN assistant secretary-general and coordinator of humanitarian relief to Iraq, eventually resigned in disgust, describing the ...
Tony Blair at the Save the Children Illumination Gala in New York City. Photograph: Getty Images. ` The charity Save the Children faces a backlash from staff after it presented Tony Blair with a “global legacy award” in New York last week – despite privately acknowledging that he is a controversial and ...
Dennis Halliday, former UN assistant general-secretary and UN humanitarian co-ordinator in Iraq, told me that at least one million Iraqis died as a result of sanctions imposed to remove WMD from Saddam: WMD that the world's experts in WMD said no longer existed. Exhibit D: Strategic Energy Policy ...
Herman and Peterson report Dennis Halliday , the first UN Coordinator for Humanitarian Affairs in Iraq, resigning in 1998, calling the impact of the sanctions ”genocide” (p30) and correctly identifying the Iraq occupation atrocity as an Iraqi Genocide: “When serious studies estimated Iraqi deaths since the ...
And Washington Post, quoting a reliable source, stated that “the bombs… were targeted at everything that was vital for survival of the country”. Sounds familiar, doesn't it? Dennis Halliday, the leading UN humanitarian coordinator in Iraq, resigned issuing a statement that overall effects of the sanctions were ...
Appointed by Kofi Annan in 1998 as United Nations Humanitarian Coordinator for Iraq, with the status of UN Assistant to the Secretary General, Mr. von ..... Mr Dennis Halliday's [2] and your own voice put the finger on UN's drifting off course in Iraq, all these voices are demanding for an immense respect.


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