Waging Peace: The Art of War for the Antiwar Movement
Scott Ritter, former Marine and UN weapons inspector, argues that there is a growing despondency amongst the anti-war movement. Ritter proposes the anti-war movement seek guidance from sources they normally spurn — that one must study the “enemy” in order to learn the art of campaigning and of waging battles when necessary. They need to understand the pro-war movement’s decision-making cycle, then undertake a comprehensive course of action.
Target Iran: The Truth About the White House’s Plans for Regime Change
In the run-up to the invasion of Iraq, Scott Ritter’s War on Iraq was embraced by the antiwar movement in America even though his claims that Iraq had been effectively disarmed were ignored by both the Bush administration and the mainstream media. In the wake of the debacle, Ritter has been vindicated. Now Ritter, a former United Nations weapons inspector, has set his sights on the White House’s hyping of Iran’s alleged nuclear weapons program. In Target Iran he once again sets the record straight.