Martin Shaw | 01 May 2012 |
tags: Barack Obama, genocide, human rights
The Obama Administration has created an agency to identify and address threats of atrocity around the world. Will it be effective?
Justice overwhelmed is justice denied
Carolyn Moynihan | 17 May 2011 |
Does it make sense to haul every last participant in genocide before a court, no matter how unimportant he was?
Enough of ethnic cleansing in the womb
Mike Sullivan | 16 December 2010 |
tags: Down syndrome, genocide, prenatal testing
A group of New Zealanders are calling authorities to account for a genocidal campaign.
Mass murder memories
Bryan P. Bradley | 28 September 2010 |
Can we mourn both Soviet and Nazi victims, together?
The Rwandan genocide: a revisionist history
Martin Shaw | 21 September 2010 |
tags: genocide, international relations, Rwanda
Truth and justice are not served by anti-western narratives treating Tutsis as 'unworthy victims'.
Bearing the burden of the past
Michael Casey | 25 July 2010 |
tags: genocide, history, responsibility
We were not actors in wrongs committed by our ancestors. But don’t we have some sort of responsibility for them?