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Title Rwanda revisited : genocide, civil war, and the transformation of international law / edited by Phillip Drew, Bruce Oswald, Rob McLaughlin, Jeremy Farrall
Published Leiden ; Boston : Brill, [2022]
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Description 1 online resource
Series Journal of international peacekeeping leadership
Contents Foreword-Rwanda revisited : genocide, civil war, and the transformation of international law / Lieutenant-General the Honourable Romeo Dallaire -- Introduction / Phillip Drew, Jeremy Farrall, Rob McLaughlin, and Bruce Oswald -- Rwanda's forgotten years reconsidering the role and crimes of Akazu 1973-1993 / Andrew Wallis -- Rwanda : the political failure of the UN Security Council / Ambassador Colin Keating -- Wilfully blind : the security council's response to genocide in Rwanda / Tamsin Phillipa Paige -- Underpowered and mostly unwanted a short history of UNAMIR / Jean Bou -- Rwanda revisited : UNAMIR II Australian reflections on the mission and the mandate / Lieutenant-General J.J. Frewen -- UNAMIR : a deployed legal officer's retrospective / Bruce 'Ossie' Oswald -- Do not intervene : UNAMIR's rules of engagement from the inside / Phillip Drew and Major (ret'd) Brent Beardsley -- Defining genocide / Melanie O'Brien -- Rwanda, the holocaust, and the predictable path to genocide / Drew -- Moral equivalence the story of genocide denial in Rwanda / Linda Melvern -- Gendering Rwanda genocide and post-genocide / Adam Jones -- The ICTR and its contribution to the revivification of international criminal law / Emily Crawford -- Post-genocide justice in Rwanda / M.A. Drumbl -- Rwanda : lessons observed. lessons learned? / Jane Boulden -- Some rules of engagement legacies of the 1999 Report of the Independent Inquiry into the Actions of the United Nations during the 1994 Genocide in Rwanda / Rob McLaughlin -- Rwanda and the Rohingya learning the wrong lessons? / David J. Simon -- Humanitarian intervention and R2P / Stacey Henderson
Summary "In Rwanda Revisited: Genocide, Civil War, and the Transformation of International Law, the contributing authors seek to recount, explore, and explain the tragedy that was the Rwanda genocide and the nature of the international community's entanglement with it. Written by people selected for their personalized knowledge of Rwanda, be it as peacekeepers, aid workers, or members of the ICTR, and/or scholarship that has been clearly influenced by the genocide, this book provides a level of insight, detail and first-hand knowledge about the genocide and its aftermath that is clearly unique. Included amongst the writers are a number of scholars whose research and writings on Rwanda, the United Nations, and genocide are internationally recognized. Contributors are: Major (ret'd) Brent Beardsley, Professor Jean Bou, Professor Jane Boulden, Dr. Emily Crawford, Lieutenant-General the Honourable Romeo Dallaire, Professor Phillip Drew, Professor M.A. Drumbl , Professor Jeremy Farrall, Lieutenant-General J.J. Frewen, Dr. Stacey Henderson, Professor Adam Jones, Ambassador Colin Keating, Professor Rob McLaughlin, Linda Melvern, Dr. Melanie O'Brien, Professor Bruce 'Ossie' Oswald, Dr. Tamsin, Phillipa Paige, Professor David J. Simon, and Professor Andrew Wallis. This book was previously published as Special Issue of the Journal of International Peacekeeping , Volume 22 (2018), Issue 1-4 (published April 2020); with updated introduction"-- Provided by publisher
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Description based on online resource; title from digital title page (viewed on January 05, 2022)
Subject Humanitarian intervention -- History -- 20th century
Responsibility to protect (International law) -- History -- 20th century
Humanitarian intervention.
Responsibility to protect (International law)
Rwanda -- History -- Civil War, 1994 -- Law and legislation
Genre/Form History.
Form Electronic book
Author Drew, Phillip, editor.
Farrall, Jeremy Matam, editor.
McLaughlin, Rob, editor.
Oswald, Bruce, editor.
LC no. 2021037636
ISBN 9004430121