Articles on Genocide

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“Commentary on Genocide: Can We Predict, Prevent, and Protect?” By Elihu D. Richter

“Choosing Social Justice over Hate: Two Stories of Community Success in the Pacific Northwest” 
By Tony Steward and Norman Gissel

“There’s only one way to March in the face of Genocide:  Forward By Gayle Donsky

“The United States and “atrocity prevention by Martin Shaw

“Scholars for Peace in the Middle East: Message from the Editor Joel Fishman

“The Legal duty to ‘prevent’: after the onset of ‘genocide’  by Eyal Mayrox

An Intolerance for Intolerance” by Chris Tarquini, The Grapevine

“Making an Impossible Mandate Possible: The Challenge of Preventing Genocide and Mass Atrocities” by Francis Deng

NC Researchers proposes health-based approach to identify groups at high risk of genocide by News-Medical.Net

Genocide: It seems like a handy word,” by the Economist

Many genocides to be commemorated on Holocaust Memorial Day by Trevor Grundy, Religion News Service

Justice for genocide should have no expiry date by Prof. Colin Tatz

Engaging religion in the prevention of genocide by Christopher Tuckwood

Prosecuting Aggression by Richard Goldstone and David Kaye, The New York Times

The Power of Lists During Genocide by Kate Shellnutt, Houston Chronicle

Can we prevent genocide by preventing incitement? by Elihu D. Richter MD MPH, Yael Stein MD, Alex Barnea MA, and Marc Sherman MLS, Genocide Prevention Now

Rwandan Genocide: Why Early Warning Failed,” by Dr. Gregory Stanton

What does ‘intent to destroy’ in genocide mean? by Kai Ambos

Ending our age of Suffering: A Plan to Stop Genocide,” by Daniel Jonah Goldhagen

How to Prevent a Mass Atrocity by Michael C. Pryce

Preventing Genocide by Politorbis

Mass Atrocity Response Operations: An Annotated Planning Framework by Michael C. Pryce

Assessing country risks of genocide and politicide in 2009,” by Barbara Harff and Ted Robert Gurr

Peoples Under Threat 2009,” by Mark Lattimer, Minority Rights Group International

Do the Right Thing,” by Sarah Sewall, Boston Review

Documenting Brutalities to Change the World,” by Fatima Hassan, The New York Times

UN debate on genocide asks: protect or intervene? by John Heilprin

‘War on terror’ used to target minorities-report,” by Natasha Elkington, Reuters

Beyond Genocide: An Ounce of Prevention,” by Amy Fagin

Never Again, For Real,” by Madeleine K. Albright and William S. Cohen, The New York Times

A Policy for Preventing Genocide,” by The New York Times

Christiane Amanpour Reveals Stories of Those Who Tried to Stop Genocide,” by CNN Press Release

After Genocide: Transitional Justice, Post-Conflict Reconstruction & Reconciliation in Rwanda and Beyond by Phil Clark and Zachary D. Kaufman,” a book review

Redefining Genocide Education,” by Ellen J. Kennedy, Ph.D., Interim Director, Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies,University of Minnesota

Violations of human rights: health practitioners as witnesses,” by James Orbinski, Chris Beyrer, Sonal Singh

What We’re Facing is ‘Genocidal Terror,’ by Dan Izenberg

The Responsibility to Protect: Ending Mass Atrocity Crimes,” Speech by Gareth Evans

Assesssing Risks of Genocide and Politicide,” by Barbara Harff

International Intervention and the Severity of Genocides and Politicides,” by Matthew Krain

Bamboozling the US Public About the International Criminal Court,” by Benjamin Ferencz

The Responsibility to Protect: Report of the Commission on Intervention and State Sovereignty,” by Gareth Evans, Report of the International Commission on Intervention and State Sovereignty

The World Was Silent,” by Sara Cohan

A Kurdish View for Peace,” by Asad Gozeh

Belfast School Mural of the Eight Stages of Genocide by Fiona Mcllwaine Biggins

Redefining Genocide,” by Kok-Thay Eng

Iraq, A Case Study on the Roots of Genocide,” National Public Radio, USA, 18 February 2004