The Face of the Cambodian Genocide

“From 1975 to 1979—through execution, starvation, disease, and forced labor—the Khmer Rouge systematically killed an estimated two million Cambodians, almost a fourth of the country’s population. This is a story of survival: my own and my family’s. Though these events constitute...

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Remembering the Rwandan Genocide

Today marks twenty years since the onset of the Rwandan Genocide. On 7 April 1994 began the worst instance of genocide since World War II, when members of the Rwanda’s Hutu majority slaughtered an estimated 800,000 Tutsis and moderate Hutus in one hundred days of hell. The sheer scale of...

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Kenya Situation of Concern – March 2014 Update

March has a seen a higher number of incidents compared to February, from deaths caused by outbreaks of violence to the prevention of a major terrorist attack. These incidents occurred in areas where violence has been previously reported. March witnessed a number of explosions which has raised...

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Burma Situation of Concern – March 2014 Update

March saw more flare-ups of violence and attacks directed toward the Rohingya. On March 10, 113 homes in Maungdaw Township were burned down, leaving over 300 people homeless. Though this has happened in the past, villagers reported that these fires were different. They spread more quickly than in...

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The Case for Una Hakika

Will Una Hakika be a viable tool in combating violence in in Tana Delta? The best way to answer this question is to analyze the impact of technology in Kenya in the security or peace sector. The use of technology in Kenya has been used to both perpetrate and prevent crime because Kenya is a nation...

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