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Bhalla, Madhu

India Quarterly, March 2017, Vol.73(1), pp.vii-viii [Periódico revisado por pares]

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  • Autor: Bhalla, Madhu
  • Assuntos: History & Archaeology
  • É parte de: India Quarterly, March 2017, Vol.73(1), pp.vii-viii
  • Descrição: This issue of the India Quarterly is in the nature of a reflection on conflict: What causes it and how it can be mitigated? The twentieth century has been the most violent in human history and events in the twenty-first century do not yet indicate that the world is any further along the road to peace. Scholars and policymakers are still engaged in debates on what constitutes genocide, war crimes and violations of human rights. Notions of sovereign rights, non-intervention and the right to national security have often been used as a cover to prevent criticisms of governments, as one of the articles in the volume argues with reference to the ethnic cleansing in Cambodia under Pol Pot and in Sri Lanka at the end of the LTTE war.
  • Idioma: Inglês

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