A People Betrayed: The Role of the West in Rwanda's Genocide
In 1994 up to one million people were killed in Rwanda in a deliberate, public and political campaign. For five years, Linda Melvern has worked on the story of this great crime, and this book, a classic piece of investigative journalism, is the result. The new and startling information this book contains has the making of an international scandal. Melvern reveals how the great powers failed to heed the warnings of the coming catastrophe, andrefused to recognize the genocide when it began, ignoring obligations under international law, specifically the genocide convention. A set of secret documents leaked to the author from within the Security Council proves that the circumstances of the genocide were suppressed or ignored.
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A People Betrayed
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Linda Melvern is a widely published investigative jounralist and author. Her archive of documents is used to show the planning and progress of the 1994 ...
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Linda Melvern, investigative journalist, formerly at the Sunday Times and author. of “A People Betrayed”. Jocelyn Coulon: Thank you very much, Mark, ...
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