ARTICLES GENOCIDE PREVENTION NOW (GPN)

image_print

All articles below were originally published in Genocide Prevention Now, www.genocidepreventionnow.org which closed in January 2017.

Click here to see GPN SPECIAL ISSUE 5: ARMENIAN GENOCIDE AND CO-VICTIMS: ASSYRIANS, YEZIDIS, GREEKS

GENOCIDAL EVENTS AND PROCESSES

Concerning Civilians in Blue Nile and South Kordofan, an Open Letter to U.S. Special Envoy for Sudan by Eric Reeves. Originally published Issue 12, Winter 2012.

The Killings of Ethnic Minorities in Myanmar (Burma) Change in Myanmar’s Politics after Elections in April 2012 by Janine Stoisiek. Originally published Issue 12, Winter 2012.

Worksheet for Describing and Categorizing a Genocidal Event and the Manual for Describing and Categorizing a Genocidal Event by Israel W. Charny. Originally published Issue 12, Winter 2012.

Proposed Checklist of Ethical and Professional Criteria for Publishing Statements Accusing Policies and Actions of being Genocidal (including Crimes against Humanity) by Israel W. Charny. Originally published Issue 12, Winter 2012.

Nakba Not Genocide by Yair Auron. Originally published Issue 11, Fall 2012.

Iran and the Bomb: A Psychoanalytic Study by Avner Falk. Originally published Issue 11, Fall 2012.

Review of “Antisemitism Explained.” Review by Steven Leonard Jacobs. Originally published Issue 10, Spring 2012.

Sri Lanka: From Sinhalese Discrimination to Tamil Terror to Sinhalese Victory by Elihu D. Richter, Alex Barnea Burnley, Yael Stein. Originally published Issue 7, Summer 2011.

Antisemitism, Public Health and Genocide:From Racial Hygiene to the Culture of Death by Elihu D. Richter. Originally published Issue 6, Spring 2011.

Suspected Mass Killings – Call them Democide, Politicide, or maybe Genocide in North Korea by Yael Stein and Elihu D Richter. Originally published Issue 4, Fall 2010.

Darfur and Sudan: A Review and Analysis by Alex Barnea Burnley, Yael Stein, Elihu D Richter. Originally published Issue 4, Fall 2010.

52 Rabbis Call for Action to End Killing in Congo — 54 million Dead Since 1988. Originally published Issue 4, Fall 2010.

More “Mein Kampf”: A Chronology of Statements of Incitement and Hate Language by Ahmadinejad and other Iranian Leaders by Yael Stein, Tamar Pileggi, Alex Barnea Burnley. Originally published Issue 4, Fall 2010.

Bulletin: Genocidal Massacres in Kyrgyztan – Two Muslim Nationalities. Originally published Issue 3, Summer 2010.

Bangladesh Ethnic Butchery & Genocidal Massacres by Richard Benkin. Originally published Issue 3, Summer 2010.

Genocidal Indoctrination: Palestinian Indoctrination to Genocide by Daphne Burdman. Originally published Issue 3, Summer 2010.

Two Mosques in Pakistan of Minority Muslim Religion are Assaulted by Gunmen and Suicide Bombers in Coordinated Attacks. Originally published Issue 3, Summer 2010.

The British Petroleum Oil Spill…Ecocide? What Is It? What Is It Not? And So What? Originally published Issue 3, Summer 2010.

Digital Terrorism and Hate: The First Decade and Beyond by Abraham Cooper with Rick Eaton and Mark Weitzman. Originally published Issue 2, Spring 2010.

Iran Follow-up Tracking: Incitement to Genocide, Support for Terror, Pursuit of Nuclear Weapons, and Suppression of Human Rights – From Prediction, Precaution, and Prevention to … Preemption? by Elihu D Richter with Alex Barnea and Yael Stein. Originally published Issue 2, Spring 2010.

Never Say Never Again by Gregory S. Gordon. Originally published Issue 1, Winter 2010.

Genocide in Our Time by Alex Alvarez. Originally published Issue 1, Winter 2010.

Tehran’s Genocidal Incitement Against Israel by Elihu Richter. Originally published Issue 1, Winter 2010.

Irwin Cotler Releases Petition to Act Against Iran’s Genocidal Incitement
Click here for the Executive Summary. Originally published Issue 1, Winter 2010.

Incitement to Genocide in the Year in Review 2009: With Special Emphasis on Jihadist Antisemitism and Iran’s Threats to Destroy Israel by Elihu D Richter, Yael Stein, Alex Barnea. Originally published Issue 2, Spring 2010.

The Hunger Holocaust by George Kent. Originally published Issue 2, Spring 2010.

 

HOLOCAUST

Nakba Not Genocide by Yair Auron. Originally published Issue 11, Fall 2012.

 

HOW CAN WE COMMIT THE UNTHINKABLE

Were Ordinary Germans Hitler’s ‘Willing Executioners’? Or Were They Victims of Humiliating Seduction and Abandonment? The Case of Germany and Somalia by Evelin Gerda Lindner. Originally published Issue 11, Fall 2012.

 

ARMENIAN GENOCIDE AND CO-VICTIMS

Click here to see GPN SPECIAL ISSUE 5: ARMENIAN GENOCIDE AND CO-VICTIMS: ASSYRIANS, YEZIDIS, GREEKS

 

GENOCIDAL EVENTS AND PROCESSES

And Those Who Continued Living in Turkey after 1915 by Rubina Peroomian. Originally published Issue 12, Winter 2012.

A New Book on the Greek Genocide edited by George N. Shirinian, an Armenian Scholar.  Originally published Issue 12, Winter 2012.

Stories of International ‘Goodness’ During the Armenian Genocide by Vicken Babkenian. Originally published Issue 11, Fall 2012.

The Armenian Genocide and International Law by Alfred DeZayas. Originally published Issue 8, Winter 2011.

Pontic Greeks and the Greek Genocide by Nikolaos Hlamides. Originally published Issue 4, Fall 2010.

Jewish Evidences and Eyewitness Accounts: About the Genocide of the Armenians during the First World War by Yair Auron. Originally published Issue 2, Spring 2010.

 

ISRAEL AND THE ARMENIAN GENOCIDE

Jewish Evidences and Eyewitness Accounts: About the Genocide of the Armenians during the First World War by Yair Auron. Originally published Issue 2, Spring 2010.

 

GENOCIDE DENIAL

Genocide Scholars and Legislating to Outlaw the Denial of Genocide by Philip Spencer. Originally published Issue 12, Winter 2012.

We Must Fight the Deniers of All Genocides, Including Our Own Nations’ Denials, and also Denial of a Universal Human Potential to Commit Genocide by Israel W. Charny. Originally published Issue 11, Fall 2012.

“Fire, Fire” and Legislating Denials of Holocaust and Genocide: Tolerable Free Speech or Criminal Incitement to Violence? by Israel W. Charny. Originally published Issue 6, Spring 2011.

Legislating against Genocide Denial: Criminalizing Denial or Preventing Free Speech? by Roger W. Smith. Originally published Issue 6, Spring 2011.

The Laws Banning Holocaust Denial by Jacqueline Lechtholz-Zey. Originally published Issue 3, Summer 2010.

Holocaust Denial Laws and Other Legislation Criminalizing Promotion of Nazism by Michael J. Bazyler. Originally published Issue 1, Winter 2010.

Denials of Known Genocide Predict Renewed Violence and Genocide Celebrate ‘Love of Death More than Life,’ and Support a Culture of Denial of Knowledge and Science by Israel W. Charny. Originally published Issue 8, Winter 2011.

The Psychology of Denying Other Victims of a Genocide by Israel W. Charny. Originally published Special Issue 5, Winter 2011.

Holocaust Denials – Review of “The Abuse of Holocaust Memory:Distortions and Responses.” Review by Israel W. Charny. Originally published Issue 4, Fall 2010.

A Casebook of Denials of Doing Harm to Others and Rewards to People and Nations Who Overcome Denial by Israel W. Charny. Originally published Issue 3, Summer 2010.

The Laws Banning Holocaust Denial by Jacqueline Lechtholz-Zey. Originally published Issue 9, Winter 2012.

A Classification of Denials of the Holocaust and Other Genocides – Updated 2012.   Originally published Issue 12, Winter 2012.

 

GENOCIDE PREVENTION

From Principle to Practice: Security, Risk, Justice and the Operationalization of R2P by Maureen S. Hiebert. Originally published Issue 12, Winter 2012.

The Relationship between the International Criminal Court and the Prevention of Mass Atrocities  by Sheri P. Rosenberg. Originally published Issue 12, Winter 2012.

Trying Inciters Early Could Be One of the Strongest Antidotes to Genocidal Violence: Comment on Sheri Rosenberg’s “The Relationship between the International Criminal Court and the Prevention of Mass Atrocities” by Gregory Stanton. Originally published Issue 12, Winter 2012.

The Principle of Reparation in International Law and the Armenian Genocide by Alfred de Zayas. Originally published Issue 8, Winter 2011.

The Crime of Genocide – Prevention, Condemnation and Elimination of Consequences by Wa’il Kheir. Originally published Issue 6, Spring 2011.

What If: Obama and Biden against Hitler, or….Chamberlain and Halifax against Ahmadinejad? by Elihu D Richter. Originally published Issue 3, Summer 2010.

State-Sanctioned Incitement to Genocide in Ahmadinejad’s Iran: The Responsibility to Prevent. by Irwin Cotler. Originally published Issue 1, Winter 2010.

Critical Viewpoints on the Cohen-Albright Report by the Journal of the International Association of Genocide Scholars by Herb Hirsch. Click here for the report. Originally published Issue 1, Winter 2010.

“Preventing Genocide: A Blueprint for U.S. Policymakers” by Madeleine K. Albright and William S. Cohen. Originally published Issue 1, Winter 2010.

“Fire, Fire” and Legislating Denials of Holocaust and Genocide: Tolerable Free Speech or Criminal Incitement to Violence? by Israel W. Charny. Originally published Issue 6, Spring 2011.

Legislating against Genocide Denial: Criminalizing Denial or Preventing Free Speech? by Roger W. Smith. Originally published Issue 6, Spring 2011.

The Laws Banning Holocaust Denial by Jacqueline Lechtholz-Zey. Originally published Issue 9, Winter 2012.

Holocaust Denial Laws and Other Legislation Criminalizing Promotion of Nazism by Michael J. Bazyler. Originally published Issue 1, Winter 2010.

Iran Follow-up Tracking: Incitement to Genocide, Support for Terror, Pursuit of Nuclear Weapons, and Suppression of Human Rights – From Prediction, Precaution, and Prevention to … Preemption? by Elihu D Richter with Alex Barnea and Yael Stein. Originally published Issue 2, Spring 2010.

Proposed Checklist of Ethical and Professional Criteria for Publishing Statements Accusing Policies and Actions of being Genocidal (including Crimes against Humanity) by Israel W. Charny. Originally published Issue 12, Winter 2012.

 

GEWS

Can We Prevent Genocide by Preventing Incitement? Part 2 by Elihu D Richter, with Yael Stein, Alex Barnea Burnley, and Marc Sherman. Originally published Issue 4, Fall 2010.

Can We Prevent Genocide by Preventing Incitement? Part 1 by Elihu D Richter with Yael Stein, Alex Barnea, and Marc Sherman. Originally published Issue 3, Summer 2010.

Worksheet for Describing and Categorizing a Genocidal Event and the Manual for Describing and Categorizing a Genocidal Event by Israel W. Charny. Originally published Issue 12, Winter 2012.

Incitement to Genocide in the Year in Review 2009: With Special Emphasis on Jihadist Antisemitism and Iran’s Threats to Destroy Israel by Elihu D Richter, Yael Stein, Alex Barnea. Originally published Issue 2, Spring 2010.

 

GENOCIDE EDUCATION AND ART

Can Visual Art Intensify the Existential Debate on Genocide? With Reproductions of Several Art Works by Evelyn Nicodermus. Originally published Issue 12, Winter 2012.

Research for Advancement of Peace: A Classic Document by Julius Stone. Originally published Issue 11, Fall 2012.

Genocidal Indoctrination: Palestinian Indoctrination to Genocide by Daphne Burdman. Originally published Issue 3, Summer 2010.

Digital Terrorism and Hate: The First Decade and Beyond by Abraham Cooper with Rick Eaton and Mark Weitzman. Originally published Issue 2, Spring 2010.

 

PSYCHOLOGY OF GENOCIDE

Aspects of Survival: Triumph over Death and Onliness by Alan Jacobs. Originally published Issue 11, Fall 2012.

Were Ordinary Germans Hitler’s ‘Willing Executioners’? Or Were They Victims of Humiliating Seduction and Abandonment? The Case of Germany and Somalia by Evelin Gerda Lindner.  Originally published Issue 11, Fall 2012.

Iran and the Bomb: A Psychoanalytic Study by Avner Falk.   Originally published Issue 11, Fall 2012.

Holocaust Denials – Review of “The Abuse of Holocaust Memory:Distortions and Responses” Review by Israel W. Charny.  Originally published Issue 4, Fall 2010

The Psychology of Denying Other Victims of a Genocide by Israel W. Charny. Originally published Special Issue 5, Winter 2011.

Antisemitism, Public Health and Genocide:From Racial Hygiene to the Culture of Death by Elihu D. Richter. Originally published Issue 6, Spring 2011.

 

LAW REGARDING GENOCIDE

Holocaust Denial Laws and Other Legislation Criminalizing Promotion of Nazism by Michael J. Bazyler. Originally published Issue 1, Winter 2010.

Never Say Never Again by Gregory S. Gordon. Originally published Issue 1, Winter 2010.

The Relationship between the International Criminal Court and the Prevention of Mass Atrocities  by Sheri P. Rosenberg.  Originally published Issue 12, Winter 2012.

Trying Inciters Early Could Be One of the Strongest Antidotes to Genocidal Violence: Comment on Sheri Rosenberg’s “The Relationship between the International Criminal Court and the Prevention of Mass Atrocities” by Gregory Stanton. Originally published Issue 12, Winter 2012.

The Principle of Reparation in International Law and the Armenian Genocide by Alfred de Zayas. Originally published Issue 8, Winter 2011.

The Armenian Genocide and International Law by Alfred de Zayas. Originally published Issue 8, Winter 2011.