Confronting Genocide

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ISBN: 978-90-481-9839-9 (Print) 978-90-481-9840-5 (Online)

Table of contents (20 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xx

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    Pages 1-10

    Moving From Repression to Prevention of Genocide

  3. Reconceptualizing Genocide

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 11-11

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      Pages 13-43

      From Irish Famine to Congo Reform: Nineteenth-Century Roots of International Human Rights Law and Activism

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      Pages 45-56

      Darfur: Genocidal Theory and Practical Atrocities

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      Pages 57-79

      Sovereignty as Responsibility for the Prevention of Genocide

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      Pages 81-95

      Citizenship, National Identity, and Genocide

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      Pages 97-103

      Incitement, Prevention and Media Rights

  4. Un/Prevented Genocide

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 105-105

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      Pages 107-115

      Some Problems of Genocide Prevention

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      Pages 117-129

      Preventing Genocide Through Military Intervention: Peacekeeping Troops in the “Responsibility to Protect” Era

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      Pages 131-150

      Combating State-Sanctioned Incitement to Genocide: A Legal and Moral Imperative

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      Pages 151-157

      Facing History: Denial and the Turkish National Security Concept

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      Pages 159-172

      The Role of Economic Sanctions in Deterring Serious Human Rights Violations: South Africa, Iraq and Darfur

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      Pages 173-191

      Expectation of Prosecuting the Crimes of Genocide in China

  5. Prevention Beyond The State

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 193-193

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      Pages 195-237

      Not “Lambs to the Slaughter”: A Program for Resistance to Genocidal Law

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      Pages 239-268

      Privatizing Humanitarian Intervention? Mercenaries, PMCs and the Business of Peace

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      Pages 269-277

      Creating the Outcry: Citizen-Driven Political Will for Genocide Prevention in the US Context

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      Pages 279-289

      The Role of the International Community in Assisting the International Criminal Court to Secure Justice and Accountability

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      Pages 291-294

      International Justice: From the Twilight to the Dawn? International Criminal Court Prosecutor Luis Moreno-Ocampo at McGill University

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      Pages 295-303

      The Politics of Legal Accountability and Genocide Prevention

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      Pages 305-317

      A Psychological Investigation of Individual and Social Transformations in Post-Genocide Rwanda

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      Pages 319-331

      Creating the Essential Middle Ground: Using Media to Enhance Tolerance and Co-Habitation in Africa

  6. Back Matter

    Pages 333-374