Posts Tagged ‘Warning’

By James F. Miskel, July 4, 1997

The horror that has in recent months re-engulfed the region along the Rwanda-Burundi-Zaire (RBZ) border ought to be an icy splash in the face of advocates of early warning systems for humanitarian emergencies. Why? Because even though the idea of an early warning system seems to have been widely accepted as conceptually sound, early warning data about the RBZ crisis has been largely ignored. (more…)

By Jim Lobe–Inter Press Service–April 12, 2004

According to newly declassified documents released by the independent National Security Archive (NSA), President Bill Clinton’s somewhat indirect 1998 apology to Rwandans over Washington’s failure to act to stop the mass killings until it was too late was at best disingenuous, and more likely a deliberate distortion of what he knew and when he knew it. (more…)