9780813594668 hardcover ; alkaline paper 0813594669 hardcover ; alkaline paper 9780813594651 paperback ; alkaline paper 0813594650 paperback ; alkaline paper
Genocide, political violence, human rights series.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Introduction Soviet scholars of international law as foot soldiers in the Cold War Trial by word: the Gulag condemned Soviet satellites shift allegiances: Hungary, Yugoslavia The struggle for influence in postcolonial Africa and the Middle East: Algeria, Congo, Nigeria, Iraq Southeast Asia and the rise of communist China: Tibet, Bangladesh, Cambodia (Soviet) piggy in the middle: American liberal left vs radical right on US ratification of the Genocide Convention Moscow taps the new left: the Vietnam antiwar movement, Black Panthers, and the American Indian movement Soviet-Turkish relations and socialist Armenia The Israeli-Palestinian conflict An uncertain end to the Cold War and the reactivation of the Genocide Treaty Conclusion.
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New Brunswick : Rutgers University Press,