Archived Web Sites Darfur and Genocide : Mechanisms for Rapid Response, an End to Impunity
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- Darfur and Genocide : Mechanisms for Rapid Response, an End to Impunity
- This paper argues that the events leading up to the present genocide in Darfur were recognisable as indicators of genocide as early as September 2003, and perhaps much earlier. The United Nations, the USA, the UK and the EU are guilty once again of not responding early enough with appropriate measures to avoid such a catastrophe.
- Contributor Names
- Austin, Greg
- Koppelman, Ben
- Subject Headings
- - Sudan -- History -- Darfur Conflict, 2003-
- - Genocide -- Sudan -- Darfur
- - International relief -- Sudan -- Darfur
- - Humanitarian intervention -- Sudan -- Darfur
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- Library of Congress, Washington, DC., 20540
- Source Url
- Access Condition
- Access restricted to on-site users
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- - fpc.org.uk/fsblob/285.pdf (prefix)
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Chicago citation style:
Austin, Greg, and Ben Koppelman. Darfur and Genocide: Mechanisms for Rapid Response, an End to Impunity. 2006. Archived Web Site. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/lcwa00087453/. (Accessed September 30, 2016.)
APA citation style:
Austin, G. & Koppelman, B. (2006) Darfur and Genocide: Mechanisms for Rapid Response, an End to Impunity. [Archived Web Site] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/lcwa00087453/.
MLA citation style:
Austin, Greg, and Ben Koppelman. Darfur and Genocide: Mechanisms for Rapid Response, an End to Impunity. 2006. Archived Web Site. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <https://www.loc.gov/item/lcwa00087453/>.