Unpeople: Britain's secret human rights abuses

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Vintage, 2004 - Fiction - 377 pages
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Mark Curtis introduces the concept of "Unpeople" those whose lives have been deemed expendable, worthless, in the pursuit of foreign policy objectives. The book is based on new revelations from declassified government documents.

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Synopsis/blurb...... Britain is complicit in the deaths of ten million people. These are Unpeople - those whose lives are seen as expendable in the pursuit of Britain's economic and political goals ... Read full review

Review: Unpeople: Victims of British Policy

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My review of this may go off on a tangent at some stage given the important issues this book raises. Firstly it is a very well researched work detailing historic British abuses of power in the foreign ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
1
The attack on democracy
7
The irrelevance of international law
33
The Iraq propaganda
47
The new Ministry of Offence
68
The secret history
80
Psychological warfare beyond Iraq
101
New Labours key allies
141
Tools of covert action
184
Secret support for
198
The rise of Idi Amin
245
Protecting a dictator
262
A constitutional coup
278
Britain and global deaths
310
Notes
324
Index
365

War for oil
161
Copyright