Rwanda, the Holocaust, and the Predictable Path to Genocide

In: Journal of International Peacekeeping
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  • 1 Australian National University, and Assistant Dean, JD and Graduate Studies at Queen's University (Canada)

This article is a comparative examination of the policies and actions that led up to the genocides in Nazi Germany and Rwanda. Referring to the ‘Ten Stages of Genocide’ as developed by Gregory Stanton, the author follows the evolution of the respective racial regimes, and discusses their development of racial identification, racist laws and the propaganda that ultimately encouraged their societies to support their genocidal actions.

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