|Title||Genocide and mass atrocities in Asia : Legacies and prevention|
|Author||edited by Deborah Mayersen and Annie Pohlman|
|Imprint||London : Routledge, 2013|
|Descript||xiii, 204p. ; 24 cm|
Introduction. -- An ongoing legacy of atrocity: torture and the Indonesian state. -- International civil society as agent of protection: responses to the famine in East Timor. -- Maximizing transitional justice opportunities: the case for East Timor's CAVR. -- Transnational justice time: Uncle San, Aunty Yan, and outreach at the Khmer Rouge tribunal. -- Humanitarian inervention and the legacies of security council (in)action: East Pakistan (1971) and East Timor (1975-79). -- Political realism, sovereignty and intervention: is genocide prevention really possible in a world of nation states? -- Political instability and genocide: comparing causes in Asia and the Pacific and globally. -- Discourses on violence: constraints and challenges for mediatirs in Asia. -- 'Never again' or again and again: the genocide convention, the responsibility to protect and mass atrocity prevention. -- Conclusion.
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