Genocide

Genocide

World War II had stroked my soul not alike any other warfare. Holocaust, genocide, concentration camp were the nightmare terms that I had to grow up with. Certainly, every war leaves physical and psychiatric reflection on a nation; however, because it happened only fifty years ago, it took away lives of my relatives, this account […]

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Rwanda Genocide

The Rwanda Genocide In 1994 Rwanda was known for one of the worst genocides since the Holocaust. The very name is sketched into our histories consciousness as a place of evil and unimaginable pain. Between April and July 1994, more than 800,000 Tutsi civilians were brutally slaughtered in a genocidal campaign organized by Hutu hardliners. […]

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Kosovo, Rwanda, and Iraq

Humanitarian intervention is a controversial action to approve, but regardless of which choice is decided, the decision is important and must be meditated on. Globalization no longer allows ignorance to be justifiable; a stand must be taken. The decision regarding humanitarian intervention begins by viewing the motives taken for or against it. Humanitarian intervention has […]

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As I tell about Genocide, I have the opportunity to redeem myself

The Khmer Rouge oppressed the people physically and politically, but it was the colonization of their minds, that was their greatest evil triumph. In times of civil war, Loung shows us that even the youngest and most innocent internalise the guilt for the wrongs done by those much older and much more powerful. Those who […]

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What is the tradition of animosity between racial groups in Europe during the Twentieth Century

Genocide has been a large problem throughout history, as it suppresses different groups of people and is the strongest form of racism, it is essentially murder and has occurred since records began with many different peoples suffering. It is arguable that this kind of action is part of human nature since it has occurred so […]

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Rwandan Genocide

Over the years there has been many awful genocides. Some have included mass killings of a specific race like the Holocaust. Others were about an extreme sense of Nationalism, or a dictator like Pol Pot and Cambodia. One that truly stands out is the Genocide of the Tutsi in Rwanda. It was a story of […]

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State formation and genocide

The United Nations General Assembly’s Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide, defines genocide as any of the following acts committed with intent to destroy, in whole or in part a national, ethnical, racial or religious group, such as killing members of the group; causing serious bodily or mental harm to […]

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Shoah: The Holocaust and Contemporary Genocide

The extermination of two-thirds of the Jewish population of Europe during World War Two has become one of the defining events in U. S. foreign policy, international law and human rights scrutiny. To this day, the government of Israel is still seeking and trying Nazi war criminals as the number of living survivors of the […]

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Genocide in Cuba

Genocide is a term coined by Rafael Lemkin, a Jewish lawyer from Poland who emigrated to the U. S after WWII. He coined this term in 1943 by using the root words “genos” (which is Greek for family, tribe or race) and “cide” (which is Latin for killing). “Generally speaking, genocide does not necessarily mean […]

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Darfur Genocide

For many years now some of Sudan had been constrained with various situations due to the numerous conflicting factors in which they have. In recent times, Darfur is known to be one of the most conflicted regions in Sudan due to numerous reasons such as conflicting tribes, scarce resources and etc. For many years, the […]

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