The Failure to Prevent Genocide in Rwanda: The Role of Bystanders

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Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2007 - 299 σελίδες
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This volume is about the failure to prevent genocide in Rwanda in 1994. In particular, the research focuses on why the early warnings of an emerging genocide were not translated into early preventative action. The warnings were well documented by the most authoritative source, the Canadian U.N. peace-keeping commander General Romeo Dallaire and sent to the leading political civil servants in New York. The communications and the decisionmaking are scrutinized, i.e., who received what messages at what time, to whom the messages were forwarded and which (non-) decisions were taken in response to the alarming reports of weapon deliveries and atrocities. This book makes clear that this genocide could have been prevented. Published under the Transnational Publishers imprint.
 

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Περιεχόμενα

The Tribunals Interpretation and Implementation
17
Rwandan History
27
Undermining UNAMIR
35
The Installment of UNAMIR with Belgian Participation
47
Early Warning of Atrocities in 19911994
61
Early Warnings from November to January
81
The Genocide Fax and the Prohibition from U N Headquarters
95
The Negative Response of New York and Capitals in
107
The Start of the Genocide
153
Evacuation
167
Belgian Decision to Withdraw Its Troops
179
The Response of the Security Council
199
The Role of the Netherlands Throughout the Genocide
219
Apologies from Bystanders Ten Years Later
231
Conclusions
249
Annexes
263

Deteriorating Security in Rwanda and the Negative
113
Requests from Dallaire and from Belgium to New York for
127
UNAMIR Its Mandate and the Offending Belgian Role
141

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