n African Human Rights Law Journal - The Genocide Convention : an international law analysis, J. Quigley : recent publication




Generally, the term 'genocide' conjures up images of Adolf Hitler and the Nazi's, the Yugoslavia and Rwanda atrocities and the recent events in Darfur, Sudan. However, can the new methods of warfare, such as aerial bombings and nuclear weapons, constitute genocide? Is it possible to commit genocide by mistake? These are some of the questions that are tackled by John Quigley in his book, .


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