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Karel De Gucht over vrede of recht

Frank Roels (UGent)
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European commissioner and previous Belgian minister of Foreign Affairs has argued about the difficult choice for international law which requires the use of military force. But are the present wars by US and NATO about peoples rights and law, or are they stages in the implementation of the Project for a New American Century, written by neocons before 9/11? The results are already visible: souvereign states are destroyed and replaced by chaotic jungles that benefit to corporations but not to the population, except a few puppet leaders. See Yougoslavia, Afghanistan, Iraq, Pakistan, Libya, Syria; Congo, Ivory Coast. A plea for international law is untrustworthy as long as Guantanamo, secret prisons, and crimes against humanity in Gaza, East-Jeruzalem, West-Bank and other occupied countries are not tackled.

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Roels, Frank. 2011. “Karel De Gucht over Vrede of Recht.” Dewereldmorgen.be.
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Roels, F. (2011). Karel De Gucht over vrede of recht. DEWERELDMORGEN.BE.
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Roels F. Karel De Gucht over vrede of recht. DEWERELDMORGEN.BE. 2011.
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Roels, Frank. “Karel De Gucht over Vrede of Recht.” DEWERELDMORGEN.BE 2011 : n. pag. Print.
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  abstract     = {European commissioner and previous Belgian minister of Foreign Affairs has argued about the difficult choice for international law which requires the use of military force. But are the present wars by US and NATO about peoples rights and law, or are they stages in the implementation of the Project for a New American Century, written by neocons before 9/11? The results are already visible: souvereign states are destroyed and replaced by chaotic jungles that benefit to corporations but not to the population, except a few puppet leaders. See Yougoslavia, Afghanistan, Iraq, Pakistan, Libya, Syria; Congo, Ivory Coast. A plea for international law is untrustworthy as long as Guantanamo, secret prisons, and crimes against humanity in Gaza, East-Jeruzalem, West-Bank and other occupied countries are not tackled.},
  author       = {Roels, Frank},
  language     = {dut},
  number       = {26 april},
  pages        = {2},
  series       = {DEWERELDMORGEN.BE},
  title        = {Karel De Gucht over vrede of recht},
  url          = {http://www.dewereldmorgen.be/artikels/2011/04/26/karel-de-gucht-over-vrede-recht},
  year         = {2011},
}