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A long day's dying : critical moments in the Darfur genocide

Author: Eric Reeves; Michael Brassard
Publisher: Toronto : Key Pub. House, 2007.
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"The present volume comprises representative 'moments' from the more than 150 analyses of Darfur I have written since Fall 2003. Each was written with an eye to what I took to be the most significant developments of the moment bearing on the Darfur crisis. They address key reports from human rights and policy groups, UN offices, and aid organizations; they collate information bearing on particularly consequential  Read more...
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Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Eric Reeves; Michael Brassard
ISBN: 9780978043148 0978043146
OCLC Number: 137273881
Notes: "Articles collected by Ahmed Mohamedain Abdalla".
Description: 360 p., [16] p. of plates : ill. (chiefly col.), maps, ports. ; 23 cm.
Contents: 1. Introduction --
Maps --
General map of Sudan --
Affected population --
Refugee camps in Chad --
Darfur IDP gatherings --
Road accessibility and physical constraints --
Nyala --
Al-Genina --
Al-Fasher --
2. Sudan's killing fields move westward --
3. Rwanda redux --
Pictures --
4. Genocide by attrition --
Appendix 1. Text of the 1948 UN Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide --
Appendix 2. United Nations inter-agency fact finding and Rapid Assessment Mission : Kailek Town, South Darfur --
Appendix 3. UN Security Council Resolutions 1556 (July 30, 2004) and 1706 (August 31, 2006) --
Appendix 4. Articles by Eric Reeves.
Responsibility: Eric Reeves ; editor, Michael Brassard.
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"The present volume comprises representative 'moments' from the more than 150 analyses of Darfur I have written since Fall 2003. Each was written with an eye to what I took to be the most significant developments of the moment bearing on the Darfur crisis. They address key reports from human rights and policy groups, UN offices, and aid organizations; they collate information bearing on particularly consequential humanitarian developments; they analyze security conditions on the ground in Darfur; and they assess the regional and international responses to what was quickly recognized in some quarters as 'ethnic cleansing,' and in less than a year as genocide" -- P. 8.

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