Bibliographies in other languages

Books on Genocide and related topics 2004  ( 1999 , 2000 , 2001 , 2002 , 2003, 2004 )

Linda Melvern, Conspiracy to murder : the Rwanda genocide (London ; New York : Verso, 2004)

Linda Melvern’s new book, the result of a decade of investigative work, is a damning indictment of almost all the key figures and the institutions involved. It reveals how the French military trained the killers, how the US is still withholding wiretap and satellite evidence that the genocide was about to begin, how the John Major government ignored vital warnings that the genocide was planned, how much Boutros Boutros-Ghali and the French government knew prior to the genocide and how the Security Council’s shameful decision to evacuate the peacekeepers came about. In addition to these official sources, the author draws on dozens of witness statements yet to be heard at the International Criminal Tribunal, at which she will be an expert witness, and a sixty-hour confession from the prime minister in the government that presided over the genocide never before made publicly available and currently locked in the safe of the chief prosecutors at the ICT court. Linda Melvern is a well-known and widely published investigative journalist. She is an Honorary Fellow of the University of Wales, Aberystwyth, and was a consultant to the Military One prosecution team at the International Criminal Tribunal on Rwanda. Her previous books include The Ultimate Crime, a secret history of the UN’s first fifty years, and A People Betrayed.

Jay Winter, Paul Kennedy, Antoine Prost, Emmanuel Sivan (Editors, America and the Armenian Genocide of 1915 336 pages Publisher: Cambridge University Press; (January 2004) Publisher: Cambridge University Press; (January 2004) 336 pages

The essays in this collection examine how Armenians learned of this catastrophe and tried to help its victims. Knowledge and compassion, however, were not enough to stop the killings, and a terrible precedent was born in 1915. The Armenian genocide has haunted the U.S. and other Western countries throughout the twentieth century. Contents Introduction: Witness to genocide Jay Winter Part I. The Framework: 1. Twentieth-century genocides Sir Martin Gilbert 2. Genocide in the perspective of total war Jay Winter 3. The Armenian genocide: an interpretation Vahakn N. Dadrian Part II. During the Catastrophe: 4. A friend in power? Woodrow Wilson and Armenia John Milton Cooper 5. Wilsonian diplomacy and Armenia: the limits of power and ideology Lloyd E. Ambrosius 6. American diplomatic correspondence in the age of mass murder: documents of the Armenian Genocide in the U.S. Archives Rouben Paul Adalian 7. The Armenian genocide and American missionary relief efforts Suzanne Moranian 8. Mary Louise Graffam: witness to genocide Susan Billington Harper 9. From Ezra Pound to Theodore Roosevelt: American intellectual and cultural responses to the Armenian genocide Peter Balakian Part III. After the Catastrophe: 10. The Armenian genocide and US postwar commissions Richard G. Hovannisian 11. Congress confronts the Armenian genocide Donald A. Ritchie 12. When news is not enough: American media and Armenian deaths Thomas C. Leonard.

David Fridtjof Halaas & Andrew E. Masich, HALFBREED: The Remarkable True Story of George Bent ( De Capo Press, 2004) 480 pages

Denver Post Review 1 Feb 2004 by Sandra Dallas -- : Sand Creek Massacre forged vision Half-breed son of Colorado pioneer Bent fought with Indians and for peace The 1864 Sand Creek Massacre was one of the worst acts of genocide in American history. But 40 years after Col. John Chivington and his army of mostly Indian-haters and scoundrels attacked the peaceful Cheyenne and Arapaho camped in southeastern Colorado, aging Indian fighters were defending their scurrilous action. When George Bent, who survived the attack, tried to set the record straight, one Sand Creek participant claimed just a few Indians had been killed and "only one squaw and only one papoose in the lot." The unrepentant soldier called Bent a "cutthroat, and a thief, a liar and a scoundrel, but worst of all a halfbreed." Bent may not have been a liar, but in his lengthy life, this son of famed Indian trader William Bent and his Cheyenne wife, Owl Woman, was guilty of the other charges. A member of the treacherous Dog Soldier society, Bent was part of the campaign of revenge the Indians launched against whites in the wake of Sand Creek. "Halfbreed" is a well-researched biography of the most influential of William Bent's three sons. The others are older brother Robert, who helped their father run the family ranching and trading businesses, and their half-brother Charley, son of Owl Woman's sister, Yellow Woman. Charley, the most recalcitrant of the Bents, died young, fighting whites. Historians David Fridtjof Halaas and Andrew E. Masich re-create in great detail the turbulent years after the Civil War when Plains Indians like the Cheyenne fought for their survival against not only the white soldiers but greedy gold seekers and homesteaders and inept and dishonest Indian agents. This account is engrossing and authentic, although the writing suffers at times from repetition and even tediousness. Old William Bent, who with his brothers had opened Bent's Old Fort in the 1830s on the Arkansas River in Southern Colorado, knew his five half-Indian children were caught in a unique situation, accepted by neither the white nor the Indian worlds. In peace negotiations, he insisted on land claims for people with one Indian parent, but the government never granted them. So son George see-sawed from wealth to poverty. Educated in St. Louis and a Civil War veteran who fought for the Confederacy, George nonetheless joined the Dog Soldiers after witnessing the atrocities at Sand Creek. Charley Bent was captured by the soldiers and would have been killed if not for the courageous actions of Silas Soule, who was horrified at the carnage he saw at Sand Creek and forbade his company of soldiers from firing on the defenseless Indians. Soule arranged for Charley to be returned to his father. Later Soule, who spoke out about the murders and mutilations he'd seen at Sand Creek, was murdered by a Chivington supporter. Sand Creek turned George against the whites, and he went on the warpath with the Dog Soldiers, proving himself by his courage as well as his intelligence. When Indians captured messages written in English, they brought them to George to translate. And George explained that the supply of green paper the Indians ripped up was actually the white man's currency. But George, more than the other Indians, knew that it was futile to fight the whites, and he worked for peace, uniting warring factions at peace talks. It was a never-ending process because white negotiators could not always get the government to live up to treaty provisions, and hotbloods among the Indians went off on their own raids. George, born in 1843, lived to see the buffalo disappear and his kinsmen forced onto reservations. He died in 1918. Late in life, after conquering a drinking problem that sullied his name, he worked with anthropologists to preserve Cheyenne history, language and folkways. He provided information to George Bird Grinnell for his landmark book on the Plains Indian Wars, "The Fighting Cheyennes," and worked with George E. Hyde on a manuscript of his own life (not published until 1968). More than anything, George Bent wanted to be remembered as one who had lived through the years of Indian wars, an Indian who was not afraid to fight but who had worked for peace. Some 85 years after George's death, Halaas and Masich grant that wish.Denver Post 1 Feb 2004 Sandra Dallas is a Denver novelist whose latest book is titled "The Chili Queen."


Armenian Genocide

Merrill D. Peterson, "Starving Armenians" : America and the Armenian Genocide, 1915-1930 and after, Charlottesville : University of Virginia Press, 2004.

Notes: Includes bibliographical references. Subjects: Armenian massacres, 1915-1923--Foreign public opinion, American. Genocide--Turkey--Foreign public opinion, American.Projected Pub. Date: 0404

Jay Winter, Paul Kennedy, Antoine Prost, Emmanuel Sivan (Editors, America and the Armenian Genocide of 1915 336 pages Publisher: Cambridge University Press; (January 2004) 336 pages Publisher: Cambridge University Press; (January 2004) by

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Ron Theodore Robin, Scandals and scoundrels : seven cases that shook the academy, (Berkeley : University of California Press, 2004)

Contents: Introduction : why do they happen? -- Plagiarism and the demise of gatekeepers -- The noble lie : "arming America" and the right to bear arms -- "A self of many possibilities" : Joseph Ellis, the protean historian -- The ghost of Caliban : Derek Freeman and "the fateful hoaxing of Margaret Mead" -- Violent people and gentle savages : the Yanomami genocide controversy -- The willful suspension of disbelief : Rigoberta Menchu and the making of the Mayan holocaust -- Science fiction : Sokal's hoax and the "linguist left" -- Conclusion : what do they mean? Notes: Includes bibliographical references and index. Subjects: Plagiarism. Impostors and imposture. Learning and scholarship--Moral and ethical aspects.

Native American:

David Fridtjof Halaas & Andrew E. Masich, HALFBREED The Remarkable True Story of George Bent ( De Capo Press, 2004) 480 pages

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Nazi Germany

Gretchen Engle Schafft, From racism to genocide : anthropology in the Third Reich / Gretchen E. Schafft. Published/Created: Urbana : University of Illinois Press, c2004. Projected Pub. Date: 0408 Description: p. cm. ISBN: 0252029305 (cloth : alk. paper)

Contents: Introduction -- The Jews of the Tarnów ghetto -- Anthropology in Germany before the Second World War : the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute -- The rise of Hitler and his embrace of anthropology -- The discovery in the Smithsonian -- Population selection and relocation in the midst of war -- Anthropology and medicine in the Third Reich -- The end of the war and the aftermath -- Race and racism -- Professional denial, civic denial, and a responsible anthropology. Notes: Includes bibliographical references and index. Subjects: National Anthropological Archives--History--Sources. Institut für Deutsche Ostarbeit (Kraków, Poland)--History--Sources. Anthropology--Germany--History--20th century. Racism in anthropology--Germany--History--20th century. Anthropometry--Germany--History--20th century.

Dan Stone, editor, The historiography of the Holocaust / edited by . Published/Created: New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2004.

Contents: German or Nazi antisemitism? / Oded Heilbronner -- Hitler and the Third Reich / Jeremy Noakes -- Ghettoization / Tim Cole -- War, occupation, and the Holocaust in Poland / Dieter Pohl -- Expropriation and expulsion / Frank Bajohr -- Local collaboration in the Holocaust in Eastern Europe / Martin Dean -- Big business and the Third Reich / Christopher Kobrak and Andrea H. Schneider -- The decision-making process / Christopher R. Browning -- Historiography and the perpetrators of the Holocaust / Jürgen Matthäus -- The topography of genocide / Andrew Charlesworth -- Britain, the United States, and the Holocaust / Tony Kushner -- The Holocaust and the Soviet Union / John Klier -- The German churches and the Holocaust / Robert P. Erickson and Susannah Heschel -- Jewish leadership in extremis / Dan Michman -- Jewish resistance / Robert Rozett -- Gender and the family / Lisa Pine -- Romanies and the Holocaust / Ian Hancock -- From Streicher to Sawoniuk / Donald Bloxham -- The Holocaust under Communism / Thomas C. Fox -- Antisemitism and Holocaust denial in post-Communist Eastern Europe / Florin Lobont -- Post-Holocaust philosophy / Josh Cohen -- Testimony and representation / Zoë Waxman -- Memory, memorials, and museums / Dan Stone -- The Holocaust and genocide / A. Dirk Moses. Notes: Includes bibliographical references and index.

Hanna Yablonka, The state of Israel vs. Adolf Eichmann. translated from the Hebrew by Ora Cummings with David Herman, New York : Schocken Books, 2004.

Uniform Title: [Medinat Yi´sra'el neged Adolf Aikhman. English.] Published/Created: Projected Pub. Date: 0402 Description: p. cm. ISBN: 0805241876 Notes: Includes bibliographical references (p. ) and index. Subjects: Eichmann, Adolf, 1906-1962 --Trials, litigation, etc. Trials (Genocide)--Jerusalem. War crime trials--Social aspects--Israel.

Gordon Martel, editor, The World War Two reader, New York : Routledge, 2004.

Contents: The fall of France, 1940 / Martin S. Alexander -- Mobilization for total war in Germany 1939-1941 / Richard Overy -- Hiroshima : a strategy of shock / Lawrence Freedman and Saki Dockrill -- Ideology, calculation, and improvisation : spheres of influence and Soviet foreign policy 1939-1945 / Geoffrey Roberts -- The Third Reich reflected : German civil administration in the occupied Soviet Union, 1941-44 / Jonathan Steinberg -- This is the army : imagining a democratic military in World War II / Benjamin L. Alpers -- You cannot hate the bastard who is trying to kill you-- : combat and ideology in the British army in the war against Germany, 1939-45 / David French -- "Ordinary men" or "ideological soldiers"? Police battalion 310 in Russia, 1942 / Edward B. Westermann -- Race, language, and war in two cultures : World war II in Asia / John Dower -- Women in combat : the World War II experience in the United States, Great Britain, Germany, and the Soviet Union / D'ann Campbell -- Nazism, modern war and rural society in Württemberg, 1939-45 / Jill Stephenson -- Partisanes and gender politics in Vichy France / Paula Schwartz -- War and social history : Britain and the home front during the Second World War / Jose Harris -- The politics of sacrifice on the American home front in World War II / Mark H. Leff -- Female desires : the meaning of World War II / Marilyn Lake -- Victims of genocide and national memory : Belgium, France and the Netherlands 1945-1965 / Pieter Lagrou -- Making histories : experiencing the Blitz in London's museums in the 1990s / Lucy Noakes -- Saving Private Ryan and postwar memory in America / John Bodnar -- Transformative knowledge and postnationalist public spheres : the Smithsonian Enola Gay controversy / Lisa Yoneyama.

Janina Struk, Photographing the Holocaust - Interpretations of the Evidence (I.B. Tauris in association with the European Jewish Publication Society)

Myanmar (Burma)

Benedict Rogers, A Land Without Evil: Stopping the Genocide of Burma's Karen People. Foreword by Baroness Caroline Cox..(Monarch Books, 2004).

Rogers is a journalist and human rights campaigner, currently working with Christian Solidarity Worldwide ( The book tells the history of the Karen people, but it is primarily focused on the current suffering of all the people of Burma - the Karen, Shan, Karenni, Chin, Kachin, Mon, Arakan and the democracy movement. It aims to draw attention to the genocide and ethnic cleansing taking place in Burma today.


Nigel Eltringham, Accounting for horror : post-genocide debates in Rwanda, London ; Sterling, Va. : Pluto Press, January 2004. 248pp

Contents: 'Ethnicity' : the permeant debate -- The pre-cursor debate -- The holocaust : the comparative debate -- Debating collective guilt -- Unresolved allegations and the culture of impunity. Notes: Includes bibliographical references. Subjects: Genocide--Rwanda. Tutsi (African people)--Crimes against--Rwanda. Rwanda--History--Civil War, 1994--Atrocities. Rwanda--Ethnic relations.

David Downing (b. 1946) Africa : postcolonial conflict, Chicago : Raintree, c2004, : 64 p.

Summary: Describes political, economic, religious, and other problems which plague the entire continent of Africa today, and their sources in European colonial rule in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Contents: Troubled continent -- Turning point : independence -- The Muslim-Christian divide -- Victims of the Cold War : the Horn of Africa -- Victims of the Cold War : Angola -- Thieves and murderers -- Turning point : 1970's - oil price rise -- West African civil wars -- Turning point: genocide in Rwanda -- Africa's "great war" -- Independence : 40 years later -- Three leaders -- The Western media and Africa -- Turning point: 2002 - year of peace? -- Prospects.

Clea Koff, The bone woman : a forensic anthropologist's search for truth in the mass graves of Rwanda, Bosnia, Croatia, and Kosovo (New York : Random House), 2004.

Linda Melvern, Conspiracy to murder : the Rwanda genocide, (London ; New York : Verso, 2004)

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Francis Anthony Boyle (b. 1950) Destroying world order : U.S. imperialism in the Middle East before and after September 11, (Atlanta, Ga. : Clarity Press, 2004.)

Contents: International crisis and neutrality : U.S. foreign policy toward the Iraq-Iran War -- United States war crimes during the first Persian Gulf War -- The court martial of Captain Dr. Yolanda Huet-Vaughn for desertion -- Petition on behalf of the children of Iraq submitted to the United Nations charging President Bush and U.S. authorities with genocide -- Humanitarian intervention versus international law -- George Bush, Jr., September 11th and the rule of law -- The Bush Jr. administration's war of aggression against Iraq -- A guide to impeaching President George W. Bush, Jr.

Main Title: Gendercide and genocide / edited by Adam Jones. Edition Information: 1st ed. Published/Created: Nashville : Vanderbilt University Press, 2004. Projected Pub. Date: 0405 Related Names: Jones, Adam, 1963- Description: p. cm.

Benjamin A. Valentino (b. 1971), Final solutions : mass killing and genocide in the twentieth century, (Ithaca, N.Y. : Cornell University Press, 2004).

. Projected Pub. Date: 0312 Description: p. cm. ISBN: 0801439655 (cloth : alk. paper) Contents: Mass killing and genocide -- The perpetrators and the public -- The strategic logic of mass killing -- Communist mass killings: the Soviet Union, China, and Cambodia -- Ethnic mass killings: Nazi Germany, Armenia, and Rwanda -- Counterguerrilla mass killings: Guatemala and Afghanistan -- Conclusion: Anticipating and preventing mass killing. Notes: Includes bibliographical references and index. Subjects: Genocide--History--20th century. Massacres--History--20th century. Political atrocities--History--20th century. War crimes--History--20th century. Crimes against humanity--History--20th century. Genocide--Prevention. Intervention (International law)

Benjamin A. Valentino, Assistant Professor of Government at Dartmouth College. finds that ethnic hatreds or discrimination, undemocratic systems of government, and dysfunctions in society play a much smaller role in mass killing and genocide than is commonly assumed. He shows that the impetus for mass killing usually originates from a relatively small group of powerful leaders and is often carried out without the active support of broader society. Mass killing, in his view, is a brutal political or military strategy designed to accomplish leaders’ most important objectives, counter threats to their power, and solve their most difficult problems. In order to capture the full scope of mass killing during the twentieth century, Valentino does not limit his analysis to violence directed against ethnic groups, or to the attempt to destroy victim groups as such, as do most previous studies of genocide. Rather, he defines mass killing broadly as the intentional killing of a massive number of noncombatants, using the criteria of 50,000 or more deaths within five years as a quantitative standard. Final Solutions focuses on three types of mass killing: communist mass killings like the ones carried out in the Soviet Union, China, and Cambodia; ethnic genocides as in Armenia, Nazi Germany, and Rwanda; and “counter-guerrilla” campaigns including the brutal civil war in Guatemala and the Soviet occupation of Afghanistan. Valentino closes the book by arguing that attempts to prevent mass killing should focus on disarming and removing from power the leaders and small groups responsible for instigating and organizing the killing.

Haig Khatchadourian, Main Title: War, terrorism, genocide, and the quest for peace : contemporary problems in political ethics / Haig Khatchadourian. Published/Created: Lewiston, N.Y. : Edwin Mellen Press, 2004.

Description This collection brings together a number of papers that throw light on and engage timely and important ethical issues facing humanity in the 21st century: war, revolution, political assassination, terrorism and counter-terrorism, humanitarian military intervention, nuclear deterrence and the Missile Defense Shield; genocide, and the quest for peace. In addition to the ethical issues considered, the study also critically examines pertinent international legal aspects of these issues. Professor Khatchadourian’s theses and his arguments for them, usually grounded on human rights, are controversial. Far from diminishing the value of these essays, this constitutes their primary importance. Table of Contents Foreword by Ramon M. Lemos Author’s Preface 1. Self-Defense and the Just War 2. Just Revolution 3. Humanitarian Military Intervention: Justice – or “Peace”? 4. The Ethics of “Preventive” and Preemptive” Strikes: “Preemptive War or Self-Defense” 5. Preventing Omnicide: Nuclear Deterrence, SDI, and the Missile Defense Shield 6. Terrorism and Morality 7. Is Political Assassination Ever Morally Justified? 8. Counter-terrorism: Assassination and Torture 9. Genocide and the Random Murder of Innocents 10. Immuanel Kant’s Perpetual Peace in the Nuclear Age Bibliography; Index


Joseph Canning and Hartmut Lehmann, and Jay Winter, editors,: Power, violence, and mass death in pre-modern and modern times / Published/Created: Aldershot, Hants, England ; Burlington, VT : Ashgate, c2004. Projected Pub. Date: 0401 Related Names: Canning, Joseph. Lehmann, Hartmut, 1936- Winter, J. M.

Peter Gray (b. 1965) and Kendrik Oliver (b. 1971), editors, The memory of catastrophe, Manchester ; New York : Manchester University Press : Distributed exclusively in the USA by Palgrave, 2004.

Subjects: Disasters. Memory--Social aspects. Suffering. Genocide. War and society. Notes: Includes bibliographical references and index.Projected Pub. Date: 0401

Christina P. Fisanick, editor, Rwanda genocide, San Diego, Calif. : Greenhaven Press, 2004.

In 1994 more than 800,000 people were slain in the small African country of Rwanda. This anthology brings together a variety of viewpoints that debate the causes of this genocide, the world's reaction to these events, and the rebuilding of this scarred nation.

William L. Hewitt (b. 1947), Defining the horrific : readings on genocide and Holocaust in the 20th century, Upper Saddle River, NJ : Pearson Education, 2004.

Notes: Includes bibliographical references and index. Subjects: Genocide--History--20th century. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) Crimes against humanity--History--20th century. World politics--20th century. Totalitarianism--History--20th century.

Adam Jones (b. 1963), Genocide, war crimes, and the West : ending the culture of impunity / edited by . Portion of Title: Ending the culture of impunity Culture of impunity Published/Created: London ; New York : Zed Books ; 400 pp New York : Distributed exclusively in the U.S. by Palgrave

Genocide is the focus of growing scholarly attention and controversy. Genocide, War Crimes and the West expands the debate by exploring the involvement of the USA and other liberal 'Western' democracies in activities supposedly restricted to totalitarian Europe and certain authoritarian Third World regimes? In the first Part, important analytical issues are considered, including the question of where responsibility for genocide resides, the variety of domestic and international institutional responses, and the moral basis for accusing Western countries of complicity. In the second Part, a large number of original case studies make clear how broadly conceived the subject ought to be; the wide range of state behaviours that can be criticised as constituting genocide, war crimes, or comparable mass violations of human rights; and the remedies that ought to be available. At a moment in history when terrorism has become a near universal focus of public attention, this volume shows why the actions of the West, both in centuries past and the Cold War era, have excited such widespread resentment and hatred around the world. 'In the names of millions of forgotten victims, from Wounded Knee to My Lai, a brilliant tribunal of scholars assail the himalayan hypocrisy of 'Western humanitarianism.' - Mike Davis, author of Late Victorian Holocausts 'This book documents one of the darkest chapters of recent history. It tells the story of what the 'First World', Western democracies, most prominently the United States, have committed mainly against countries and peoples in the South and in the former socialist world. It is the history of aggression, indiscriminate bombing, war crimes, and massacres since the 1970s, the story of Western complicity in genocide in the South and East, and worse, it is about genocide committed by democracies. This path-breaking book of 25 chapters finally fills a huge void; it carefully accounts for serious crimes others have shamefully avoided, omitted or denied.' - Christian P. Scherrer, Professor for Peace Studies at the Hiroshima Peace Institute, Japan; author of Genocide and Crisis

Contents::Part 1: Overview::1. Introduction: Genocide, War::Crimes and the West - Adam Jones::2. Shades of Complicity: Towards a Typology of Transnational Crimes against Humanity - Peter Stoett::Part 2: Cases::3. Imperial Germany and the Herero of Southern Africa: Genocide and the Quest for Recompense - Jan-Bart Gewald::4. Genocide by Any Other Name: North American Indian Residential Schools in Context - Ward Churchill ::5. The Allies in World War Two: The Anglo-American Bombardment of German Cities - Eric Langenbacher::6. Torture and Other Violations of the Law by the French Army during the Algerian War - Raphaëlle Branche::7. Atrocity and Its Discontents: U.S. Double-Mindedness about Massacre, from the Plains Wars to Indonesia - Peter Dale Scott::8. Bob Kerrey's Atrocity, the Crime of Vietnam, and the Historic Pattern of U.S. Imperialism - S. Brian Willson::Document 1 ::(1) Inaugural Statement to the Russell Vietnam War Crimes Tribunal (1966) -- Jean-Paul Sartre::9. Charles Horman et alia vs. Henry Kissinger: U.S. Intervention in 1970s Chile and the Case for Prosecutions - Mario I. Aguilar::10. The Wretched of the Nations: The West's Role in Human Rights Violations::in the Bangladesh War of Independence - Suhail Islam and Syed Hassan::11. Indicting Henry Kissinger: The Response of Raphael Lemkin - Steven L. Jacobs::12. Crimes of the West in Democratic Congo: Reflections on Belgian Acceptance of "Moral Responsibility" for the Death of Lumumba - Thomas Turner::13. In the Name of the Cold War: How the West Aided and Abetted the Barre Dictatorship of Somalia - Mohamed Diriye Abdullahi ::14. The Security Council: Behind the Scenes in the Rwanda Genocide - Linda R. Melvern::15. U.S. Policy and Iraq: A Case of Genocide? - Denis J. Halliday::Documents 2 & 3::(2) Criminal Complaint against the United States and Others for Crimes against the People of Iraq (1996) - Ramsey Clark::(3) Letter to the Security Council (2001) - Ramsey Clark::16. The Fire in 1999? The United States, Nato, and the Bombing of Yugoslavia - David Bruce Macdonald::17. Collateral Damage: The Human Cost of Structural Violence - Peter G. Prontzos::Part 3: Truth and Restitution::18. Institutional Responses to Genocide and Mass Atrocity - Ernesto Verdeja::19. International Citizens' Tribunals on Human Rights - Arthur Jay Klinghoffer::20. Coming to Terms with the Past: The Case for a Truth and Reparations Commission on Slavery, Segregation, and Colonialism - Francis Njubi Nesbitt::Document 4::4) The World Conference against Racism: Declarations on the Transatlantic Slave Trade::Part 4: Closing Observations::21. Afghanistan and Beyond - Adam Jones::22. Letter to America - Breyten Breytenbach::Index Notes References Index

Nancy Scheper-Hughes and Philippe Bourgois (b. 1956), Violence in war and peace : an anthology. Malden, MA : Blackwell Pub., 2004. Projected Pub. Date: 0310 Related Names: Scheper-Hughes, Nancy. Bourgois, Philippe I., 1956-

George Ritzer, editor Handbook of social problems : an international, comparative perspective, Thousand Oaks, Calif. : Sage Publications, c2004.

Contents: Introduction. Social problems : a comparative international perspective / George Ritzer -- Theoretical issues in the study of social problems and deviance / Joel Best -- Methodological issues in the study of social problems / Norman K. Denzin and Yvonna S. Lincoln -- Social problems and public policy / Tim Blackman, Teeside and Roberta Woods -- Social Problems. Population change / Sonalde Desai -- Ecological problems / Steven Yearley -- Global inequality / Salvatore J. Babones and Jonathan H. Turner -- Racism in comparative perspective / Joe R. Feagin and Pinar Batura -- Ethnic conflict as a global social problem / Thomas D. Hall and Lester M. Jones -- Gender inequality / Amy S. Wharton -- Urban problems in global perspective / Chigon Kim and Mark Gottdiener -- Work-related social problems / Teresa A. Sullivan -- The media and social problems / Douglas Kellner -- Consumption as a social problem / Douglas J. Goodman -- Family problems in global perspective / Felix M. Berardo and Constance L. Shehan -- Racial and ethnic educational inequality in global perspective / Caroline Hodges Persell, Richard Arum, and Kathryn Seufert -- Health as a social problem / William C. Cockerham -- How medical care systems become social problems / Andrew Twaddle -- Aids as a social problem : the creation of social pariahs in the management of an epidemic / Bronwen Lichtenstein -- War, militarism and national security / Ian Roxborough -- Sea change : the modern terrorist environment in perspective / Gus Martin -- The geopolitics of mass destruction : how genocide became a global social problem / David Norman Smith -- Globalization / John Boli -- Technology and social problems / Frank Webster and Mark Erickson, Aston -- The internet as a global social problem / Gili S. Drori -- Risk / John Tulloch -- Deviance. Crime / Michael Tonry -- Juvenile delinquency / Mark C. Stafford -- Drug use as a global social problem / Erich Goode -- The sexual spectacle : making a public culture of sexual problems / Ken Plummer -- Modern day folk devils and the problem of children's presence in the global sex trade / Julia O'Connell Davidson -- Mental illness as a social problem / Howard B. Kaplan -- Disability as a global issue / Gary L. Albrecht -- Corruption as a global social problem / Gary LaFree and Nancy Morris. Notes: Includes bibliographical references and index. Subjects: Social problems. Social problems--United States.

Samuel Totten (Editor), Teaching About Genocide: Issues, Approaches, and Resources by (Hardcover - Information Age Publishing Inc; (January 2004) January 2004)

New Editions:

Samuel Totten and William S. Parsons and Israel W. Charny, A century of genocide : critical essays and eyewitness accounts - Second Editon, (New York : Routledge, 2004.)


Sean Sheehan, (b. 1951), Genocide, Chicago, Ill. : Raintree, 2004.

Contents: What is genocide? ---Genocide before the Nazis -- The holocaust -- Recent holocausts -- Seeking explanations -- Traumatic times -- Accusing others -- Nationalism -- Serb nationalism -- Colonialism -- Imperialism and genocide -- The power of the state -- The trouble with facts -- What counts as genocide? -- Who is to blame? -- Willing executioners? -- Is human nature to blame? ---Genocide and the law ---Genocide on trial -- Racism -- Ethics -- Global ethics. Notes: Includes index.

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