Volume 6, Number 1, Spring 2011

Table of Contents

Editor's Introduction: MARO: Mass Atrocity Response Operations; A Military Planning Handbook: Selling the Mission and/or Protecting Human Rights?

pp. 1-6
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A Symposium on MARO: Mass Atrocity Response Operations

Analytical Overview

The MARO Handbook: New Possibilities or the Same Old Militarism?

pp. 7-31
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Non-US Perspectives

Team America: Genocide Prevention?

pp. 32-38
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The Good, the Bad, and the Invisible: A Critical Look at the MARO Report

pp. 39-44
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Critical Reflections on MARO: The View from Argentina

pp. 45-51
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MARO as the Partial Operationalization of R2P

pp. 52-58
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US Perspectives

Mass Atrocity Response Operations: Doctrine in Search of Strategy

pp. 59-65
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Comments on the Mass Atrocity Response Operations (MARO) Handbook

pp. 66-69
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Reflections on the Mass Atrocity Response Operations Project

pp. 70-76
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Utopian Goals, Unasked Questions: Reflections on a Proposed Military Planning Handbook for Response to Mass Atrocities against Civilians

pp. 77-80
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Article

A Case Study in Underachievement: The International Courts and Genocide in Bosnia-Herzegovina

pp. 81-97
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Research Note

American Initiatives for the Relief of Greek Refugees, 1922-1923

pp. 98-106
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Book Reviews

Worse than War: Genocide, Eliminationism, and the Ongoing Assault on Humanity (review)

pp. 107-110
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Jihad and Genocide (review)

pp. 111-113
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Contributors

Contributors

pp. 114-117
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