Posts Tagged ‘Canada’

By Romeo Dallaire & Hugh Segal–October 13, 2010

Changes in law, capabilities and posture – at home and internationally – will inform the new century’s responsible interventions. (more…)

By Gerald Caplan

First Published Saturday, Nov. 28, 2009

Earlier this month the RCMP arrested a 37-year old Rwandan man, Jacques Mungwarere, in Windsor, Ont., and charged him with genocide during the 1994 genocide of the Tutsi in his home country. (more…)

By Ward Churchill-Other Voices, v.2, n.1 (February 2000)

Where scholars deny genocide, [they] contribute to the deadly psychohistorical dynamic in which unopposed genocide begets new genocides.—Roger W. Smith, Eric Markusen and Robert Jay Lifton, “Professional Ethics and Denial of the Armenian Genocide” (1995) (more…)

Though my site is primarily devoted to Balkan issues, its inspiration is opposition to oppression wherever it exists. Indeed, that is why when we first read of the new book by Herman and Peterson, ‘The Politics of Genocide’, (more…)