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Disrupting Pathways To Genocide - The Process Of Ideological Radicalization Hardcover
Right and left Political science. Related item. Print version:: Murray, Elisabeth Hope, Disrupting pathways to genocide : the process of ideological radicalization.
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Examining the ideological evolution in the Armenian genocide, the Holocaust and during the break up of Yugoslavia, Elisabeth Hope Murray seeks to answer these questions in this comparative work. She has held previous research posts at the University of Hamburg in Germany, and the University of Edinburgh in Scotland, and she is on the executive board of the International Network of Genocide Scholars.
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