Will we do nothing?

Johansen, Robert C.
March 1996
Christian Century;3/20/96, Vol. 113 Issue 10, p316
Stresses the need to prevent genocide that happened in Rwanda and Yugoslavia. Lack of preparation of the international community to halt ethnic cleansing and mass killings; Tendency of some people to do nothing to prevent future genocides because they that nothing can be done; Deficiencies in addressing the genocide in Rwanda and Yugoslavia.


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