Tuesday, April 21, 2020

New Issue: Journal of International Peacekeeping

The latest issue of the Journal of International Peacekeeping (Vol. 22, nos. 1-4, 2018) is out. Contents include:
  • Special Issue: Rwanda Revisited: Genocide, Civil War, and the Transformation of International Law
    • Romeo Dallaire, Foreword–Rwanda Revisited: Genocide, Civil War, and the Transformation of International Law
    • Phillip Drew, Jeremy Farrall, Rob McLaughlin & Bruce Oswald, Introduction
    • Colin Keating, Rwanda: The Political Failure of the UN Security Council
    • Andrew Wallis, Rwanda’s Forgotten Years: Reconsidering the Role and Crimes of Akazu 1973–1993
    • Jean Bou, Underpowered and Mostly Unwanted: A Short History of UNAMIR
    • J.J. Frewen, Rwanda Revisited: UNAMIR II: Australian Reflections on the Mission and the Mandate
    • Bruce ‘Ossie’ Oswald, UNAMIR: A Deployed Legal Officer’s Retrospective
    • Phillip Drew & Brent Beardsley, Do Not Intervene: UNAMIR’s Rules of Engagement from the Inside
    • Tamsin Phillipa Paige, Wilfully Blind: The Security Council’s Response to Genocide in Rwanda
    • Melanie O’Brien, Defining Genocide
    • Phillip Drew, Rwanda, the Holocaust, and the Predictable Path to Genocide
    • Linda Melvern, Moral Equivalence: The Story of Genocide Denial in Rwanda
    • David J. Simon, Rwanda and the Rohingya: Learning the Wrong Lessons?
    • Adam Jones, Gendering Rwanda Genocide and Post-Genocide
    • Emily Crawford, The ICTR and Its Contribution to the Revivification of International Criminal Law
    • M.A. Drumbl, Post-Genocide Justice in Rwanda
    • Jane Boulden, Rwanda: Lessons Observed. Lessons Learned?