A reader writes: If you actually read the documents underlying the strategic framework for the Atrocities Prevention Board, military options represent a marginal component of the administration's genocide and mass atrocities prevention strategy. As Ulfelder notes, the purpose of the...
A reader writes: You've pointed out twice now that "[n]ot a single prosecution of an anti-gay hate crime has occurred under the law in the year since it [the Hate Crimes Prevention Act of 2009] was passed." May I point... Hate crime... Read Post
Last week, the United Nations Security Council traveled to Ethiopia, Rwanda, Congo and Liberia to discuss Africa's hotspots -- areas that are threatened by genocide and mass atrocities. In a report on preventing genocide, former Sec... Read Post
by Zack Beauchamp Robert E. Kelley argues that there's an essential conflict between ending American military overreach and preventing mass atrocities: It is awfully tempting to think that just a little bit more exertion, a little m... Read Post