Never again?: the United States and the prevention and punishment of genocide since the Holocaust

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Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 2001 - History - 223 pages
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Where will the first genocide of the 21st century occur? As the cases in Never Again? indicate, it's not a question of whether but when and where. The 20th century is notorious for several genocides beyond the infamous Nazi eradication of six million Jews, and this book covers three important cases in specific detail: Cambodia, Bosnia, and Rwanda. Beyond that, Never Again? explores the uneasy U.S. relationship to the U.N. Genocide Convention and posits an analysis of U.S. response to genocide past and forthcoming: nonintervention followed by post-genocide justice. Visit our website for sample chapters!

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Ronayne is senior faculty member at the Federal Executive Institute, in Charlottesville, Virginia, and adjunct professor at the University of Virginia.

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