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Dr. Carol Joy Gordon

Professor of Philosophy
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  • Gordon, Joy. Invisible War: The United States and the Iraq Sanctions. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2010.
  • Gordon, Joy.  "Lessons We Should Have Learned from the Iraq Sanctions."  Foreignpolicy.com, July 8, 2010
  • Gordon, Joy. “Re-Thinking Violence: Economic Sanctions and Global Governance,” Global Crime, (2009)
  • Gordon, Joy. '“En Irak, la reconstruction aussi est un échec"; in English “Follow the Money: Iraq”.' Le Monde Diplomatique 54.637 (2007).
  • Gordon, Joy. 'When Unilateralism is Invisible: A Different Perspective on the Oil for Food Scandal.' Global Governance 13.1 (2007).
  • Gordon, Joy. “The Accusations Against the Oil for Food Program: The Volcker Reports,” Arab Studies Quarterly, Fall 2006
  • Gordon, Joy. 'Accountability and Global Governance: The Case of Iraq.' Ethics and International Affairs 20.1 (2006).
  • Gordon, Joy. “Irak, l’affaire Petrole contre nourriture: La droite américaine diffame les Nations unies,” Le Monde Diplomatique, February 2005 (in English edition, “Iraq: the real sanctions scandal.”)
  • Gordon, Joy. “The UN is Us: Saddam Hussein’s Silent Partner,” Harper’s Magazine, December 2004
  • Gordon, Joy. “When Intent Makes All the Difference in the World: Economic Sanctions and the Accusation of Genocide,” Yale Human Rights and Development Law Journal (2002)