Includes bibliographical references (p. 279-289) and index.
Early warnings and early action by bystanders -- The tribunal's interpretation and implementation of the genocide convention -- Rwandan history -- Undermining UNAMIR -- The installment of UNAMIR with Belgian participation -- Early warning of atrocities in 1991-1994 -- Early warnings from November to January -- The genocide fax and the prohibition from U.N. headquarters to act -- The negative response of New York and capitals in the west to the deteriorating situation -- Deteriorating security in Rwanda and the negative response from New York from January up until March -- Requests from Dallaire and from Belgium to New York for a stronger and firmer broadened mandate for UNAMIR -- UNAMIR : its mandate and the offending Belgian role -- The start of the genocide -- Evacuation -- Belgian decision to withdraw its troops -- The response of the Security Council -- The role of the Netherlands throughout the genocide -- Apologies from bystanders ten years later.
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