This book presents the background and history of genocide, the key issues associated with this worldwide crime, and the problems inherent in preventing its occurrence. * Provides a chronological timeline of genocide from 1900 to present day * Includes related content such as brief biographies of major 20th century leaders accused of genocide, bilateral immunity agreements involving the United States from 2003 to 2009, and a directory of organizations that have worked to prevent or end genocide * Addresses key issues such as the motivations for genocide; the perpetrators, victims, and bystanders; and the eight stages of genocide * Contains an annotative bibliography of print and nonprint resourcesA Reference Handbook Howard Ball. Glossary. Ad Hoc International Criminal Tribunals These are criminal courts that hear cases involving major crimes ... ad hoc courts are created by UN resolutions to indict, arrest, and try persons accused of committing one or more of the major crimes ... Bilateral Immunity Agreements These are bilateral treaties that were entered into by the United States and anotheranbsp;...
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