For the Love of Humanity: The World Tribunal on Iraq

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INDEX
Numbers in italics refer to figures.
Abicht, Ludo, 128
Abizaid, Gen. John P., 176
Abu Ghraib prison, 15, 55, 171
accountability, 8, 34, 35
Açik/Open Radio, 69
Afghanistan, 6, 11
Agamben, Giorgio, 196n20
Al- Ali, Nadje, 71
Alessandrini, Anthony, 66, 68
Ali, Tariq, 184n37
Al Jazeera, 55, 70, 172
Almeida, Taty, 177
“alter- foundation,” 105
alter-globalization movement, 18, 185n8, 186n11, 192n6
alternative media, 4, 18, 69
Amin, Samir, 71, 128, 132
Amnesty International, 5, 13, 24, 25, 59; campaign for Hussein to face tribunal, 75; Iraqi constitution and, 84, 95, 97, 101, 107, 112; Iraqi High Tribunal and, 80, 81; personal letter by WTI activist to, 122–23; “The Relation between National Law and International Law,” 97; violent enforcement of human rights and, 82; WTI debate over politics of, 90–92, 95–96, 198n71. See also “Open Letter to Amnesty International on the Iraqi Constitution”
anarchists, 187n18, 192n5
Anderson, Perry, 184n37
Angel de los Santos Cruz, Miguel, 59, 177
Anghie, Antony, 82, 148–52, 155–56, 208n73
Annan, Kofi, 87
anti-imperialism, 5, 39, 132
Anti- War Assembly, 18
antiwar movement, global, 2, 5, 8, 17, 42, 132, 181n1; global citizenship and, 30; ignored by US government and allies, 172; Iraqi anti-occupation resistance as part of, 42, 190n53; making of tribunal sessions within, 51; partisan legitimacy of WTI and, 127; public visibility/audibility of, 21; WTI network and, 37, 66, 163
Anzar, Jose Maria, 175
Arabic language, 8, 57, 102, 198n71
Arato, Andrew, 10, 184n45
Arendt, Hannah, 20, 21, 49, 81, 101; on American foreign policy, 209n79; The Origins of Totalitarianism, 201n111
Argentina, 60, 81
Asad, Talal, 11, 99–100, 140–41
Ash, Garton, 140
Ashrawi, Hanan, 138
Assad, Bashar al-, 11
autonomy, 5, 16, 47, 54; ambiguities of network form and, 118; Rousseauist versus Kantian, 101–2
Aybar, Mehmet Ali, 181n3
Ba’ath Party, 76
Baldwin, James, 181n3
Balibar, Étienne, 85, 96, 97–98, 100, 108–9, 196n6
Barcelona, WTI session in (May 2005), 4, 167, 180
Barroso, José Manuel Durão, 175
Barry, Tom, 128–29

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