Will Genocide Ever End?

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Table of contents

  • Other Paragon House Books on Genocide and the Holocaust ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Table of Contents vii
  • Illustrations xi
  • Preface xiii
  • Introduction 1
  • Chronology 5
  • Part I - What is Genocide? 21
  • 1: The Politics of Definition 23
  • 2: As Old as History 31
  • 3: The UN Convention 35
  • 4: Understanding the “g” Word 1 39
  • 5: States of Genocide and Other States 45
  • 6: Ethnic Cleansing 51
  • 7: Population Elimination 57
  • Part II - What Are the Causes and Mechanisms of Genocide? 63
  • 8: A Twentieth-Century Phenomenon? 65
  • 9: Circumstances of Modern Genocide 1 73
  • 10: Psychological Foundations 77
  • 11: Mechanisms of Genocide 83
  • 12: Using Rape as a Weapon of Genocide 91
  • 13: Identifying Genocide 99
  • 14: Understanding Genocide 103
  • Part III - What Can Be Done About Genocide? 111
  • 15: What Can Be Done? 113
  • 16: Identifying Precursors 117
  • 17: Anticipating Genocide 123
  • 18: Early Warning and Genocide Prevention 127
  • 19: Controlling Genocide in the Twenty-First Century 131
  • 20: Studying the Roots of Genocide 141
  • 21: Prosecuting the Perpetrators 147
  • 22: Using Civil Litigation to Achieve Some Justice 151
  • Part IV - Will Genocide Ever End? 159
  • 23: Genocide: Everyone's Problem 161
  • 24: A Task Whose Time Has Come 167
  • 25: Genocide is History 177
  • 26: War Crimes Trials 183
  • 27: Will Genocide Ever End? 187
  • 28: Cautious Optimism 191
  • 29: Epilogue Beyond the Darkness? 201
  • Appendices 207
  • Questions for Discussion 227
  • Selected Genocide Websites 228
  • Acronyms 230
  • Bibliography 231
  • Contributors 239
  • Index 245
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