1. The Islamic State's Êzîdî Genocide in Iraq: The Sinjār Operations
  2. Fazil Moradi, Kjell Anderson
  3. pp. 121-138
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  1. Why Was Benghazi "Saved," but Sinjar Allowed to Be Lost?: New Failures of Genocide Prevention, 2007–2015
  2. Hannibal Travis
  3. pp. 139-182
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  1. What Could Not Be Written: A Study of the Oral Transmission of Sayfo Genocide Memory Among Assyrians
  2. Naures Atto
  3. pp. 183-209
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  1. Holocaust Denial and Holocaust Memory: The Case of Ernst Zündel
  2. Jason Tingler
  3. pp. 210-229
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  1. Reshaping Gender Norms in Post-Genocide Rwanda
  2. Sara E. Brown
  3. pp. 230-250
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  1. Making and Unmaking Nations. War, Leadership, and Genocide in Modern Africa by Scott Straus (review)
  2. Thomas Kühne
  3. pp. 251-253
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  1. Goma 1994: Notes from the Field
  2. Alasdair Gordon-Gibson
  3. pp. 254-267
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  1. An Empirical Analysis of Arrests and Executions at S-21 Security-Center During the Cambodian Genocide
  2. James A. Tyner, Sokvisal Kimsroy, Chenjian Fu, Zheye Wang, Xinyue Ye
  3. pp. 268-286
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  1. Introduction: Non-State Aspects of Genocide
  2. Henry C. Theriault, Hazel Cameron
  3. pp. 115-120
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