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From War to Genocide: Criminal Politics in Rwanda 1990-1994

Guichaoua, André/ Webster, Don E. (Translator)/ Straus, Scott (Foreward By)

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ISBN 10: 0299298205 / ISBN 13: 9780299298203
Editorial: Univ of Wisconsin Pr, 2015
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1st edition. 476 pages. 9.50x6.50x1.25 inches. In Stock. N° de ref. de la librería x-0299298205

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Título: From War to Genocide: Criminal Politics in ...

Editorial: Univ of Wisconsin Pr

Año de publicación: 2015

Encuadernación: Hardcover

Condición del libro:Brand New

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"Dispels myth after myth about the Rwandan genocide and Rwandan history."--Washington Post "A definitive account from an accomplished researcher and a primary witness for the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. The book is a comprehensive telling of the events leading to genocide and the evolution of genocidal policy by state actors." --Choice "A landmark in the historiography of the Rwandan genocide. No serious scholar writing about the genocide can afford to ignore this trailblazing contribution."--Rene Lemarchand, author of The Dynamics of Violence in Central Africa "Guichaoua's [book on the Rwandan genocide] stands out as a deeper, more expansive explanation of the complex evolution of genocide. . . . Highly recommended."--Choice "Magisterial. . . . Guichaoua makes a compelling case that the scaling up of violence to genocidal levels was progressive and tied at least in part to the escalation of the civil war and the timid and ineffectual international response to the initial violence. A profound implication of this revisionist history is that individual decisions on the part of both Rwandans and outsiders could have prevented the genocide even weeks after the onset of ethnic-based mass killing."--Foreign Affairs "An outstanding work of scholarship that makes a significant contribution to our understanding of political dynamics in Rwanda and how and why the 1994 genocide occurred there."--Catharine Newbury, author of The Cohesion of Oppression: Clientship and Ethnicity in Rwanda, 1860-1960 Dispels myth after myth about the Rwandan genocide and Rwandan history. Washington Post " Guichaoua s [book on the Rwandan genocide] stands out as a deeper, more expansive explanation of the complex evolution of genocide. . . . Highly recommended. Choice" Magisterial. . . . Guichaoua makes a compelling case that the scaling up of violence to genocidal levels was progressive and tied at least in part to the escalation of the civil war and the timid and ineffectual international response to the initial violence. A profound implication of this revisionist history is that individual decisions on the part of both Rwandans and outsiders could have prevented the genocide even weeks after the onset of ethnic-based mass killing. Foreign Affairs" An outstanding work of scholarship that makes a significant contribution to our understanding of political dynamics in Rwanda and how and why the 1994 genocide occurred there. Catharine Newbury, author of The Cohesion of Oppression: Clientship and Ethnicity in Rwanda, 1860 1960" A landmark in the historiography of the Rwandan genocide. No serious scholar writing about the genocide can afford to ignore this trailblazing contribution. Rene Lemarchand, author of The Dynamics of Violence in Central Africa"

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