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Synonyms for genocide

Synonyms for genocide

systematic killing of a racial or cultural group

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in a time when Genocide is occurring now in the Middle East, we must make every effort to ensure our youth are taught the history of genocide so they may understand the world around them now, and have the skills to prevent future genocides:, said Rep.
President Nicos Anastasiades on Sunday condemned the Armenian Genocide by the Ottomans, which he called "a disgrace in the history of mankind".
One of their course requirements is to present their research on a particular topic on one of the genocides under study.
The next part of the book examines the immediate post-WWI period and the multiple genocides that occurred during this era.
Other genocides may also be comfortingly conceptualised as 'uncivilised.
Summary: Rarely does one read such hopeful news: In late June, the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia acquitted former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic of genocide.
A critical idea that Franklin Littell proposed well before most seriously considered it--certainly long before governments, the United Nations, and most scholars--was his Genocide Early Warning System.
Possibly select chapters on the specific genocides Hamburg uses as examples, such as Armenia and Rwanda, would be useful to advanced students but only then with considerable prepping by the instructor.
This paper presents the results of a survey illustrating the seriousness of the crime of genocide, effective prosecution and punishment of the crime of genocide, victims of crimes against humanity and of genocide, the perpetration of the crime of genocide, and the specificity of the crime of genocide.
If the result of holding corporations liable for their actions is the disarming of tyrants who seek to carry out genocide--few since the Second World War manufacture their own weapons--then perhaps fewer genocides would be committed, or at least the scale of massacre might be reduced.
These are important questions, considering Docker uses this diagrammatic framework to assess the existence of genocides throughout history.
The criminals who committed the "genocides" in Cambodia, Bosnia-Hercegovina and Rwanda did in fact get away with making genocide and were successful which is unfortunate for their victims and for our world in general Kevin Beck Las Vegas, Nevada
He offers a magisterial and wide-ranging account of genocides and exterminations from ancient times to the present day.
Dirk Moses which provides a history of the genocides which have taken place around the world.
Ethnic victims of genocide, humanitarian activists and scholars say the continued refusal by some countries to use the ``g'' word when referring to the Armenian massacre is a reason why genocides occurred with increasing frequency at the end of the 20th century and the early part of this century -- in Cambodia, Rwanda, Kosovo, Darfur.