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Genocide: A Comprehensive Introduction

ISBN13: 9780415353847
ISBN: 041535384X
Published: June 2006
Publisher: Routledge
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print

An invaluable introduction to the subject of genocide, explaining its history from pre-modern times to the present day, with a wide variety of case studies.

Recent events in the former Yugoslavia, Rwanda, East Timor and Iraq have demonstrated with appalling clarity that the threat of genocide is still a major issue within world politics. The book examines the differing interpretations of genocide from psychology, sociology, anthropology and political science and analyzes the influence of race, ethnicity, nationalism and gender on genocides. In the final section, the author examines how we punish those responsible for waging genocide and how the international community can prevent further bloodshed.

International Criminal Law
1. Introduction
Part 1: The Origins of Genocide
2. Genocide in Antiquity and Early Modernity
3. The Twentieth Century: Conceptualizing Genocide
Part 2: Genocide 4. Genocide of Indigenous Peoples
4a. Box Case-Study: Tibet under Chinese Rule
5. The Armenian Genocide, 1915–17
5a. Box Case-Study: The Anfal Campaign [Iraqi Kurdistan], 1987–88
6. Stalin's Purges and the Ukrainian Famine
6a. Box Case-Study: Chechnya
7. The Jewish Holocaust, 1933–45
7a. Box Case-Study: The Nanjing Massacre, 1937–1938
8. Cambodia and the Khmer Rouge
8a. Box Case-Study: East Timor, 1975–1999
9. Bosnia and Kosovo
9a. Box Case-Study: Bangladesh, 1971
10. Rwanda, 1994
10a. Box Case-Study: Congo
Part 3: Social Science Perspectives
11. Psychology
12. Sociology, Anthropology, and Political Science
13. Imperialism and War
14. Nationalism and Ethnic Conflict
15. Gendering Genocide
16. Memory, Forgetting, and Denial
Part 4: The Future of Genocide
17. Punishing Genocide
18. Strategies of Prevention and Intervention