The Rhetoric of Genocide in U.S. Foreign Policy: Rwanda and Darfur Compared
ERIC A. HEINZE compares the U.S. response to the crisis in Darfur to that of the Rwandan genocide ten years earlier. He concludes that prevailing domestic and international political realities during the debate over the Darfur crisis allowed U.S. administration officials to use the rhetoric of genocide as a substitute for taking more forceful action to stop the killings.
The Conceit of Humanitarian Intervention, Rajan Menon Reviewed by ERIC A. HEINZE
Purify and Destroy: The Political Uses of Massacre and Genocide, Jacques Semelin Reviewed by ERIC A. HEINZE
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