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Provost, René

Confronting Genocide

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Table of contents

1. Moving From Repression to Prevention of Genocide
Payam Akhavan, René Provost

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

3. Darfur: Genocidal Theory and Practical Atrocities
Gérard Prunier

4. Sovereignty as Responsibility for the Prevention of Genocide
Francis M. Deng

5. Citizenship, National Identity, and Genocide
Douglas Greenberg

6. Incitement, Prevention and Media Rights
Mark Thompson

7. Some Problems of Genocide Prevention
Yehuda Bauer

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

9. Combating State-Sanctioned Incitement to Genocide: A Legal and Moral Imperative
Irwin Cotler

10. Facing History: Denial and the Turkish National Security Concept
Taner Akçam

11. The Role of Economic Sanctions in Deterring Serious Human Rights Violations: South Africa, Iraq and Darfur
Richard J. Goldstone

12. Expectation of Prosecuting the Crimes of Genocide in China
Wenqi Zhu, Binxin Zhang

13. Not “Lambs to the Slaughter”: A Program for Resistance to Genocidal Law
Frédéric Mégret

14. Privatizing Humanitarian Intervention? Mercenaries, PMCs and the Business of Peace
Krzysztof Kotarski, Samuel Walker

15. Creating the Outcry: Citizen-Driven Political Will for Genocide Prevention in the US Context
Rebecca J. Hamilton

16. The Role of the International Community in Assisting the International Criminal Court to Secure Justice and Accountability
Luis Moreno-Ocampo

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

18. The Politics of Legal Accountability and Genocide Prevention
Catherine Lu

19. A Psychological Investigation of Individual and Social Transformations in Post-Genocide Rwanda
Jobb Arnold

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

Keywords: Social Sciences, Political Science, Criminology & Criminal Justice, International & Foreign Law/Comparative Law

Author(s)
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2011
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
Ius Gentium: Comparative Perspectives on Law and Justice
Page amount
20 pages
Category
Society
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9789048198405

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