World Tribunal on Iraq

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The World Tribunal on Iraq (WTI) was a people's court consisting of intellectuals, human rights campaigners and non-governmental organizations, and was active from 2003 to 2005. Set up following the 2003 invasion of Iraq it sprung from the anti-war movement and is modelled on the Russell Tribunal of the American movement against the Vietnam War.[1][2][3][4]

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The most complete collection of the proceedings of the Tribunal has been collected in Sökmen, M. G. Roy, A., Falk, R. (eds.) 2008. World Tribunal on Iraq: Making the Case Against War. Northampton, MA: Olive Branch Press.

See also: Borowiak, C. 2008. 'The World Tribunal on Iraq: Citizens’ Tribunals and the Struggle for Accountability'. New Political Science, 30:161-186. Cubukcu, A. 2011. ‘On Cosmopolitan Occupations. The Case of the World Tribunal on Iraq’, Interventions. International Journal of Postcolonial Studies, 13:422-442.

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  1. ^ Çubukçu, Ayça. For the love of humanity : the World Tribunal on Iraq. Philadelphia. ISBN 978-0-8122-9537-5. OCLC 1048621695.
  2. ^ Çubukçu, Ayça (September 2011). "ON COSMOPOLITAN OCCUPATIONS: The Case of the World Tribunal on Iraq". Interventions. 13 (3): 422–442. doi:10.1080/1369801X.2011.597599. ISSN 1369-801X.
  3. ^ Hixson, Walter L. (January 2009). "World Tribunal on Iraq: Making the Case against War - Edited by Müge Gürsoy Sokmen". Peace & Change. 34 (1): 88–91. doi:10.1111/j.1468-0130.2009.00538.x.
  4. ^ Borowiak, Craig (June 2008). "The World Tribunal on Iraq: Citizens' Tribunals and the Struggle for Accountability". New Political Science. 30 (2): 161–186. doi:10.1080/07393140802063234. ISSN 0739-3148.

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