5/18/18 Richard Garfield on the excess death rate of the 1990s U.S. sanctions in Iraq

by | May 24, 2018 | Interviews

Richard Garfield, author of “Morbidity and Mortality among IraqiChildren from 1990 through 1998” joins Scott to set the record straight about the true consequences of American economic warfare in Iraq during the Clinton-era sanctions. Garfield describes the different methodologies of determining mortality rates and their respective limitations. He then addresses the shortcomings and major criticisms of UNICEF’s findings that the sanctions led to half-a-million excess deaths. Finally Scott and Garfield discuss the efficaciousness of the Oil-For-Food program.

Richard Garfield is a professor emeritus of nursing at Columbia University. He currently works at the Center for Disease Control.

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