Archive for the ‘Genocide Prevention’ Category

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CHT: Beyond Narratives

In CHT,Genocide Prevention,Politics on 24 June 2008 by Incidental Blogger Tagged: , ,

Several blog posts have been written in the recent months since the Sajek incident in CHT (Chittagong Hill Tracts) followed by two well-publicised fact finding reports. These reports also brought the Kalpana Chakma campaign in the forefront, once again, reviving her cause in the public domain. While activists are mobilising, organising, speaking for justice, the establishment decided to strike again. This week, five more activists including Alakesh Chakma and Ani Bikash Chakma have been picked up by “plain clothes” security personnel. No charges have been filed; no right to an attorney; no one even knows where they have been taken. They simply disappeared. [Update: according to one unverified report, they have been released after three days of detention in an undisclosed location]. Read More »

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"Responsibility to Protect" and Coercive Aid Intervention

In Genocide Prevention,Myanmar,Responsibility to Protect on 12 May 2008 by Incidental Blogger

This is an interesting piece on “responsibility to protect” type interventions under international law to deliver post-disaster emergency humanitarian assistance:

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