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Rwanda and the Failure of the United Nations
A look at the genocide in Rwanda as an example of the United Nations' failure to protect human lives.
# 140604 | 1,250 words | 5 sources | MLA | 2008 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in International Relations (General)

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The paper examines a case in which the United Nations failed to protect human lives. The paper uses the example of the genocide in Rwanda.

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"The United Nations (UN) was originally developed as an extra-governmental institution charged with dealing with conflicts on an international scale. For example, in "Making Intervention Work" Morton Abramowitz and Thomas Pickering states, BACK IN 1945, the drafters of the UN Charter envisaged an organization with ready access to police and military personnel--a UN army of sorts. That idea went nowhere for almost five decades because of the gridlock between Moscow and..."

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