This edition of Genocide and Human Rights marks the 20th anniversary of publication. Originally published in 1982, Genocide and Human Rights was the first anthology of its kind in genocide studies. The field has grown exponentially in the past two decades but this book is as fresh and as relevant as ever, given the times we live in. The genocides in Rwanda, Cambodia, and the former Yugoslavia and their subsequent war crime tribunals all make this book germane to today's headlines.
The outstanding anthology on genocide and related human rights violations. . . . indispensable. . .--Professor Richard Arens, University of Bridgeport, School of Law (deceased)