INDEPENDENT COMMISSION OF INQUIRY TO INVESTIGATE U.S./NATO WAR CRIMES AGAINST THE PEOPLE OF YUGOSLAVIA

7/26/99

A more detailed program will be distributed later in the week. Stay tuned…

PANELS AND TOPICS INCLUDE

Targeting civilians and environmental destruction

Violations of international laws and conventions

The Rambouillet Accords and the conspiracy to go to war

Why the Chinese Embassy was bombed

How the Pentagon used the war to further militarize the U.S. economy

The war at home

War propaganda and media lies

How the U.S. and Germany enflamed ethnic conflicts in Yugoslavia U.S occupation—liberation or colonial enslavement?

U.S. geopolitical strategy for Eastern Europe and the former USSR

 

SPEAKERS INCLUDE

Ramsey Clark, former U.S. attorney general

Felix Wilson, Cuban Interests Section

Michael Parenti, author

Maude Le Blanc, Haiti Progres

Elombe Brath, Patrice Lumumba Coalition

Dr. Sapphire Ahmed

Shani Rifati, Roma activist

David Jacobs, Canadian Lawyers Group

King Downing, attorney

John Kim, NY Veterans for Peace

Monica Moorehead, Workers World newspaper

Michel Chossudovsky, economist and author

Gloria La Riva, Director, NATO Targets

Heather Cottin, Serbian-Jewish Friendship Committee

Barry Lituchy, CUNY

Roland Keither, OSCE Monitor in Kosovo

Sara Flounders, International Action Center

Brian Becker, International Action Center

 

PEOPLE COMING FROM ACROSS THE COUNTRY…

Vans and car caravans are coming from Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Washington DC, Boston, and a number of other cities. People are coming in from Ann Arbor, MI; Richmond, VA; Western MA; Rhode Island; Baltimore; Florida; Milwaukee; Houston, TX; Los Angeles, San Francisco, and San Diego, CA. International guests are coming from Germany, Japan, Belgium, England, and Canada.

 

HOUSING

Hostelling International
891 Amsterdam Ave. (at 63rd St.)
212-932-2300
$27
call for reservations

Mid City Hostel
608 8th Ave. (between 39th and 40th St.)
212-704-0562
$27
call for reservations

Chelsea International Hostel
251 W. 20th St. (between 7th and 8th Ave.)
212-647-0010
$23
reservations day of only, open at 8 am


Please e-mail us to let us know if you are planning on joining us.
Thank you.

Commission of Inquiry at the International Action Center
International Action Center
39 West 14th Street, Room 206
New York, NY 10011
email: iacenter@iacenter.org
http://www.iacenter.org
phone: 212 633-6646
fax: 212 633-2889

 

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