Genocide in the Middle East : the Ottoman Empire, Iraq, and Sudan /
- Publication info:
- Durham, N.C. : Carolina Academic Press, c2010.
Osgoode Hall Law School Library
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- Genocide in the Middle East : the Ottoman Empire, Iraq, and Sudan / Hannibal Travis.
- Main Author:
- Travis, Hannibal.
Durham, N.C. : Carolina Academic Press, 2010
- Physical Description:
xxv, 621 p. : ill., maps ; 26 cm.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Table of Contents
- Before "genocide": the evolution of a law to regulate armed conflict
- From "barbarism" to "genocide": outlawing mass murder
- A crime against all : legal and theoretical approaches to genocide
- Civilizing "idolatrous people" : religion and genocide
- "Pillaged mercilessly" : the birth of the Arab and Turkish empires
- "A gigantic plundering scheme" : the genocide of the Ottoman Armenians
- "Native Christians massacred" : the genocide of the Ottoman and Persian Assyrians
- "A virgin field" : the genocide of the Anatolian Greeks
- "Great schemes" : the Middle East from Lausanne to World War II
- The elimination of Asiatic influence : genocide in World War II
- "The greatest danger" : Cold War genocides
- "We razed their houses": the Anfal campaign
- Death by "resource curse" : post-Cold War genocides
- "Imagine" : genocide in southern Sudan
- Sudan liberation : genocide and response in Darfur and eastern Chad
- Denying the "other" : Al Qaeda, the Taliban, and genocidal terrorism
- "Mass extermination" in Iraq : at what stage genocide?
- "An effective remedy" : prosecutions or reparations?