Journal of Genocide Research 21 (2019), 2

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Journal of Genocide Research 21 (2019), 2
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London 2019: Taylor & Francis
Print ISSN: 1462-3528 Online ISSN: 1469-9494
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Journal of Genocide Research
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Moses, Dirk

The editors of the Journal of Genocide Research (journal of the International Network of Genocide Scholars) are pleased to announce the publication of the second issue of 2019.



Beyond the Surface of “Atrocity Image”: Fabrication and Circulation of the Nazi Film “Red Mist” (1942 – 1954)
Irina Tcherneva

Genocide for “Sanitary Purposes”: The Murder from Bogdanovka in the Light of Soviet Postwar Trials
Diana Dumitru

Military Anxiety and Genocide: Explaining campaigns of Annihilation (and their Absence)
Chris Wilson


“White Genocide” and the Ethics of Public Analysis
A. Dirk Moses

“Destroy and kill ‘the Left’”: Duterte on Communist Insurgency in the Philippines with a Reflection on the Case of Suharto’s Indonesia
Jess Melvin and Dahlia Simangan

Personal Reflections on the Law of Genocide
Chris Sidoti


Rob Karl, Forgotten Peace: Reform, Violence, and the Making of Contemporary Colombia (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2017). 344pp. ISBN: 9780520293939. USD$85.00

A Peace Not to be Forgotten
Francisco Gutiérrez-Sanín

Peace, Justice and Nation-Building: Lessons from the Past
Robin Maria DeLugan

The Missed Opportunities of a Forgotten Peace
Thomas Edward Flores

Fighting, Up Close
Herbet Braun

Colombia’s History with “Genocide”
Robert A. Karl

Bruce Cronin, Bugsplat: The Politics of Collateral Damage in Western Armed Conflicts (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2018). 190pp. ISBN: 9780190849108. USD$99.00

Calculated Indifference: The Politics of Collateral Damage
Jessica Whyte

The Net Cost of the “Western Way of War”
Tanisha M. Fazal

Recklessness in Effects-Based Military Operations: The Ethical Implications
Alex Leveringhaus

Booksplat: A Misfire on the Use of Force by Western Democracies
Charles J. Dunlap

Weighing Different Perspectives to Explain Civilian Casualties in Armed Conflict
Bruce Cronin

Edward Weisband, The Macabresque: Human Violation and Hate in Genocide, Mass Atrocity and Enemy-Making (Oxford: Oxford Univeristy Press, 2017). 480 pp. ISBN: 9780190677886. USD$44.95.

“Everywhere the Same, yet Different”
Elissa Mailänder

The Tragedy of Desire
Niza Yanay

Who Are We? Reflections on Edward Weisband’s The Macabresque
Paul Roth

Whose Desire? Which Desire? Jouissance and Embodiment Beyond the Signifier of the “One”
Margarita Palacios Bahamonde

The Macabresque: Human Violation in Comparative Analytical Perspectives
Edward Weisband

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