Imagine it is 1970 — and still there is no peace or reconciliation between France and Germany. Fast forward to the present and consider the situation in the West Balkans.
As long as we put our short-sighted political interest above human lives, we prove we have learned little from history and are condemned to repeat it.
“Never again,” adopted in the wake of the Second World War, has become nothing but an empty slogan in South Sudan, Syria, Libya and Yemen.
The most distinctive character of the Second World War is that it was Nazi Germany’s war of extermination in Russia.
The tragic case of Japan’s WWII sex slaves.
What does the genocide conviction of Guatemala’s former General Rios Montt mean for the survivors?
Are countless acts of genocide the destiny of the human race?
Are there untested diplomatic approaches that might reduce the risk of a conflict between the United States and Iran?