Review – Do Not Disturb

Cliff (Ubba) Kodero • Apr 21 2022 • Features

Wrong’s book explores Rwanda’s complex political scene and the murder of an adversary of the president that challenges the dominant image of Kagame’s Rwanda.

Interview – Omar McDoom

E-International Relations • Sep 15 2021 • Features

Omar McDoom outlines his research on genocide, particularly the Rwandan genocide, radicalization, and methodological approaches.

The Herero and Nama Genocide, the Holocaust, and the Question of German Reparations

Howard Rechavia-Taylor and A. Dirk Moses • Aug 27 2021 • Articles

Legacies of dispossession and murder in relation to diasporic and continental Africans, their histories, and their lifeworlds have been demoted by the German state.

Post-Genocide Rwanda’s Struggle to ‘Never Forget’ and Move On

Nico Edwards • Apr 30 2021 • Articles

The ‘holism’ of Rwandan transitional justice intimates a rare kind of survivor’s justice challenging claims that view Rwanda as a case of Justice without Reconciliation.

Queering Genocide: How Can Sexuality Be Incorporated Into Analyses Of Genocide?

Patrick Vernon • Jan 13 2021 • Articles

Understanding more about the sexuality of genocidal violence will only come from an analysis of heterosexuality as a system of logic.

Returning to Chajsy, Belarus: Back to Stalin

David R. Marples • Jul 12 2020 • Articles

The problems faced today seem even more complex than in the late 1980s when, in retrospect, there was more opportunity for open discussion.

The Rituals of a Massacre: Mapping Violence during the Rwandan Genocide

Asees Puri • Jun 24 2020 • Articles

During the Rwandan genocide, violence became the norm, and the performance of this norm was rendered relatively easy while simultaneously being socially rewarding.

Interview – Kate Ferguson

E-International Relations • May 8 2019 • Features

Kate Ferguson talks to us about identity-based violence, the rise in mass-atrocities, the effectiveness of R2P, and the relationship between academia and policy-making.

Review – East Asia’s Other Miracle: Explaining the Decline of Mass Atrocities

Adrian Gallagher • Mar 7 2018 • Features

Bellamy’s text studies the remarkable decline of mass atrocities in East Asia since their peak and analyses the factors that fostered and hindered this phenomenon.

Review Feature – The Armenian Genocide

Levon Chorbajian • Jul 11 2016 • Features

The Armenian Genocide is rarely front page news, but it roils in the background as Turkey continues to struggle with its very large non-Turkish Muslim population.

Sudan’s President Bashir Was Almost Arrested and We Thought of You

Kimberly Hollingsworth • Mar 4 2016 • Articles

If we are ever going to actually end genocide, we need to intervene while it’s happening, not apologize or regret our lack of action years later, after it ends.

Remembering Darfur: The World’s Longest Running Genocide

Mukesh Kapila • Jan 27 2016 • Articles

Lack of personal responsibility is why we failed on Darfur, and the continuing lack of accountability is why we are likely to fail again elsewhere

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