Author Archives: Anna Rinko
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I was most intrigued by Crowe’s coverage of the Nuremburg trials. He came to a few ultimate conclusions. The trials were flawed, but acceptably so. Despite being carried out by the conflict’s victors, their was a clear attempt to be … Continue reading
Will the universality of rape as a weapon ever end? Would adding moral/legal imperatives to tragedies other than genocide encourage international action? Could what happened in Bosnia have occurred without religion?
One of the main aspects that stuck out during the reading was the universal unwillingness to call genocidal acts genocide. Since calling a conflict a genocide places obligations upon other states to intervene, these states have very little motivation to label … Continue reading