By Deborah Mayersen
Why did the Armenian genocide erupt in Turkey in 1915, purely seven years after the Armenian minority accomplished civil equality for the 1st time within the historical past of the Ottoman Empire? How will we clarify the Rwandan genocide happening in 1994, after many years of relative peace or even cooperation among the Hutu majority and the Tutsi minority? Addressing the query of ways the chance of genocide develops through the years, On the trail to Genocide contributes to a greater comprehend why genocide happens whilst it does. It offers a entire and comparative ancient research of the standards that ended in the 1915 Armenian genocide and the 1994 genocide in Rwanda, utilizing clean assets and views that yield new insights into the historical past of the Armenian and Rwandan peoples. ultimately, it additionally provides new learn into constraints that inhibit genocide, and the way they are often applied to aim the prevention of genocide within the future.
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On the Path to Genocide: Armenia and Rwanda Reexamined by Deborah Mayersen