The term “genocide” has been used to describe a wide range of activities over the last several decades. On Monday, we’ll discuss:
- how the term is defined in international law (and elsewhere),
- how contemporary genocide is “policed,” prosecuted, and punished,
- what sort of repercussions (reparations?) are appropriate for “contemporary” instances of genocide, and
- how “historical” instances of genocide should be dealt with in the present.
Thanks to Steven K., here are some resources to consider: