Tag Archives: Rwandan Genocide

Beware Resurgence of Deadly Diseases, Part 2

By Kathie MM In my last post , I described causes, contexts, and symptoms of a major form of social pathology—racialopathy. Racialopathy is a subtype of a much broader  social pathology—ethnicopathy. In all cases, the carriers of the disease tend to be … Continue reading

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Tomorrow’s Wars: A Work In Progress

    This is the first in a new two-part series by  guest author Dr. Majed Ashy. Often, the bloody destructive assaults known euphemistically as “armed conflicts”  grow out of the operation of at least three factors. Grievances, real or … Continue reading

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Rwanda Revisited

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It has been twenty years since the Rwandan genocide in which 800,000 people were killed in 90 days and thousands more wounded or displaced. This genocide should be remembered not just for the carnage that took place, not just for … Continue reading

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Globalization for good (Globalization, Part 2)

Liberal economists—the ones ballyhooing about the benefits of unfettered capitalism–have gleefully co-opted the term “globalization.”… Continue reading

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