Never Again, But Always Too Late: Failed Preventive and Mediating Measures of the United Nations
AbstractBy examining the methods of prevention and mediation employed by the UN during the Rwandan and Bosnian genocides, this essay will argue that the dispute resolution approaches taken by the UN are vague and ineffective, and instead rely much too heavily on the tribunals that follow genocide.
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