A World Citizen Inspired by the Stars, September 2009
'Democracy engineer' beams into Tokyo, 1 November 2003
L'homme qui voulait instaurer la d?mocratie mondiale, Magazine de septembre - octobre 2003
A Better Plan B for Iraq: Democratic Constitution-Making, 24 October 2003
The Guardian (London) "Beware of Bluewash" :
Cape Cod Times:
Short text contributed to The Nation magazine on 8 February 2003 for a special article on Iraq.
Preemptive Democracy is a 3 step plan to get rid of Saddam without preemptive war. First step is immediately create an independent and internationally credible Transitional Democratic Iraqi Government. To do so, hold a constitutional convention of all Iraqi opposition groups plus representatives of the Iraqi diaspora, write a provisional constitution and elect a transitional government. To ensure credibility and global interest, the convention invites all media and is broadcast live by Al-Jazeera, CNN, BBC... The second step is using this government to oust Saddam. The final step is to hold free and fair elections in Iraq to a final constitutional convention once the new government takes over. This plan maximizes the chances Saddam will fall without war. If there is any intervention, it makes it a normal war instead of a preemptive war. And it avoids completely a dangerous,costly and open-ended military occupation.