Tag Archives: genocide

06.11.18

Is this what the normalization of genocide looks like?

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It wasn’t long ago that the ethnic cleansing – quite probably genocide – against the Rohingya people of Burma (Myanmar) made headlines. Beginning near the end of August last year, the most recent and violent episode of a gathering storm of discrimination, deprivation, and destruction, the Burmese military murdered at least 9,000 Rohingya, quite possibly many […]

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03.27.13

Congregating Global Revulsion Against Genocides, War Crimes and Crimes Against Humanity

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This post was written by Eze Eluchie (Georgetown LL.M. ’13).  Eze also organized and participated in the event.  A webcast of this event can be found at http://apps.law.georgetown.edu/webcasts/eventDetail.cfm?eventID=1971.  Any questions about this post or the event can be directed to eie2@georgetown.edu. The quest to congregate global revulsion against the commission of mass murders, forced enslavement […]

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