Genocide: Modern Crimes Against Humanity
Genocide has become the human rights issue of our time. This book focuses on the genocides of the twentieth century, explaining what genocide is and discussing it in light of international law. The approach is thematic, examining causes, implementation, results, justice, and the survivors. It includes discussions of the Armenians, the Holocaust, the Cambodians of the killing fields, Tutsis of Rwanda, the Muslims of Bosnia, and non-Arabs in Darfur, Sudan. It includes firsthand accounts and experiences of this sensitive topic.--Publisher description.
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chapter one 9 the armenians of the ottoman empire
chapter six 94 the muslims of bosnia
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