Series of five group talks and presentations which examine United States actions in the Gulf War, 1990-1991: motives for the war, American foreign policy, military actions, and the impact upon the people and environment of the Middle East.
r.1. pt.1. The purpose for the hearings / Sara Flounders (15 min.) ; pt.2. Legal and moral basis for an international war crimes tribunal / Ramsey Clark, former U.S. Attorney General (28 min.) ; pt.3. The New World Order : what is it and how to fight it / Monica Moorehead, Coordinator, National Coalition to Stop U.S. Intervention in the Middle East (12 min.) -- r.2. pt.4. International law and war crimes / Michael Ratner, former Director of the Center for Consitutional Rights who filed a lawsuit on the Constitutionality of the Gulf War (17 min.) ; pt.5. Greeting from Egyptian Commission of Inquiry / Dr. Nawal El Saadawi (6 min.) ; pt.6. Greetings from British Commission of Inquiry / Bill Bowring (6 min.).