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The American Journal of Public Health is publishing a study today (it wasn’t posted as of this writing, but here’s the web site for it) that shows the appalling prevalence of rape in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Here’s a link to the GlobalPost story on it. The study finds that nearly 2 million women have been [...]
Posted: May 12th, 2011 under Africa, Foreign policy, Outraged, United Nations, civil wars, human rights, humanitarian.
Tags: Congo, Democratic Republic of Congo, Genocide, rape, sexual violence, Women's rights
Here’s an interesting story in the Wall Street Journal on the politics behind a Harvard professor’s effort to have the Pentagon embrace “a new a handbook that details, step by step, the options for sending in the cavalry to protect civilians.”
Posted: May 10th, 2011 under U.S. politics, human rights, humanitarian.
Tags: Genocide, genocide intervention, U.S. military
Tuesday is the annual commemoration among Jews of those who died in the Holocaust. Although too much looking backward can numb the senses, it is worth remembering what Hitler and the Nazis did to 12 million people whose only crime was to be Jewish, or a gypsy, or disabled or gay. The Nazis erected an [...]
Posted: April 19th, 2009 under Africa, Cambodia, Foreign policy, Myanmar, Sudan, U.S. politics, Uncategorized, human rights, humanitarian.
Tags: Genocide, humanitarian affairs, Obama administration, U.S. politics
I am going to blog as I read the summary of the Genocide Prevention Task Force, whose members include former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright and former Secretary of Defense William Cohen. A first thought: With all due respect to the well-known figures on the task force, credit also goes to the unnamed staffers who do the [...]
Posted: December 15th, 2008 under U.S. politics, human rights, humanitarian.
Tags: conflict prevention, Genocide, human rights, refugees
Let me post this news release on this important report before any more time passes, and I’ll comment on it later. I urge everyone to read at least the executive summary. It’s a shame it’s not getting more publicity.
For Immediate Release
December 8, 2008
Contact: Andrew Hollinger, United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. 202-488-6133
Lauren Sucher, United States [...]
Posted: December 9th, 2008 under Africa, Cambodia, Sudan, human rights, humanitarian, northern Uganda.
Tags: conflict prevention, Genocide, Holocaust, human rights, peace building