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Britain's Hidden Role in the Rwandan Genocide: The Cat's Paw by Hazel Cameron
NEW Sacrifice as Terror: The Rwandan Genocide of 1994 (Global Issues Series)
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Exploring the Psychological Benefits of Hardship: A Critical Reassessment of Posttraumatic Growth
by: Eranda Jayawickreme, Laura E.R. Blackie
Can adversity lead to enduring positive change across the lifespan? Providing a thoughtful and considered exploration of this question, this book presents a critical reassessment of posttraumatic growth, based on correcting prior theoretical and methodological limitations in the current research. Its core argument is that posttraumatic growth should be reconceptualized as positive personality change, and thus should be studied using novel methodological approaches from the field of personality psychology.
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The ignorant bystander?: Britain and the Rwandan genocide of 1994
by: Dean J. White
The ignorant bystander: Britain and the Rwandan genocide uses a case study of Britain's response to the genocide to explore what factors motivate humanitarian intervention in overseas crises. The Rwandan genocide was one of the bloodiest events in the late twentieth century and the international community's response has stimulated a great deal of interest and debate ever since. In this study, Dean White provides the most thorough review of Britain's response to the crisis written to date. The research draws on previously unseen documents and interviews with ministers and senior diplomats, and examines issues such as how the decision to intervene was made by the British Government, how media coverage led to a significant misunderstanding of the crisis, and how Britain shaped debate at the UN Security Council.
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Bill Clinton on Rwandan Genocide
Erin Burnett talks to Pres. Bill Clinton about his biggest regret not coming to aid of Rwanda during its conflict.
Rwanda Genocide Survivor Pt. 1
It has been over 20 years since the Rwandan genocide that killed close to a millions people. While the world moves on, for those who were personally touched ...
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Teaching U.S. Students about the Rwandan Genocide | Carl Hobert | TEDxNorthHighSchool
Carl Hobert is an expert at conflict resolution and negotiation. He presents a case for why U.S. students should learn about contemporary issues such as the ...
Tutsi Survivor Francoise Muteteli on Rwandan Genocide
Francoise talks about how her work at a Rwandan Genocide memorial is helping preserve the memory of the Rwandan Genocide. This is a part of the USC ...