Post Tagged with: "genocide"

A History of Imperial Genocide, From Conrad to Lebensraum
/ May 25, 2013

A History of Imperial Genocide, From Conrad to Lebensraum

Is the True Meaning of Colonial Genocide Too Close to Home

Remembering Without Resenting: History and Memory
/ February 21, 2013

Remembering Without Resenting: History and Memory

Concluding a series on historical trauma and collective memory, Martin de Bourmont invites us to examine our own historical horizons

Remembrance: The Other Problem From Hell
/ February 12, 2013

Remembrance: The Other Problem From Hell

With the legacy of genocide still looming large, Rwanda has turned to a traditional judicial method

The Challenges of UN Peacekeeping in Darfur
/ December 17, 2012

The Challenges of UN Peacekeeping in Darfur

The Chief Military Planner for the UNAMID Operation in Darfur, Colonel Nigel Stafford, spoke at a lecture to the Oxford University United Nations Association