The Gaping Hole in Genocide Scholarship

This post originally appeared on Intern Danny Hirschel-Burns’ personal blog. Here’s the link. My thesis topic, nonviolent responses to mass atrocities and genocide, is not the most straight forward. Few scholars have written about it in depth, and, if I do say so myself, it’s very...

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Exploring Sentinel Project's Assessment of Colombia

By: Alex Dyzenhaus The trials of war most affect a society’s vulnerable and marginalized. Therefore, in the context of a conflict, unprotected minorities can be at risk even if there is little to no explicit grievance against or hatred towards them. Through an analysis of dozens of political,...

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