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Genocide

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1 June 2001

[abstract of article] Enforcing international humanitarian law: Catching the accomplices

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Article
1 June 2001

[PDF] [full text of article] Enforcing international humanitarian law: Catching the accomplices

Author: William A. Schabas, Professor of Human Rights Law at the National University of Ireland, Galway, and Director of the Irish Centre for Human Rights, in International Review of the Red Cross No.42

How far can these general principles of complicity be extended to the case of contemporary atrocities? Can they, for example, be used to establish international criminal liability for a supplier of small arms, the managing director of an airline that...

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Article
1 October 2000

Fueling Genocide: Talisman Energy and the Sudanese Slaughter

Author: Gabriel Katsh, Multinational Monitor

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Article
3 March 2000

Battle against oppression abroad turns to Wall Street

Author: Jane Lampman, Christian Science Monitor

Religious and human-rights activists target stocks and capital markets to stop a war of 'genocide' in Sudan [refers to Talisman, Petronas, PetroChina]

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Article
10 February 2000

Arms firm linked to Rwandan army chief

Author: Matt Wells, Guardian [UK]

A British company that supplied arms to Rwanda during the country's civil war has been linked to the former army chief arrested in Britain on suspicion of genocide…Research by aid organisations, the UN, and journalists has not established that any...

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Article
1 February 1999

[PDF] The human rights challenge to global poverty

Author: Chris Jochnick, Center for Economic and Social Rights

[refers to Texaco, now ChevronTexaco]

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