These original essays show how the US government repeatedly aided
certain regimes as they planned and then carried out crimes against
humanity and genocide. What makes the collection unique--and
chilling--is the inclusion of declassified documents generated by
the US government at the time: memoranda, telegrams, letters,
talking points, cables, discussion papers, and situation reports.
In his introduction, Totten offers a critical assessment of US
foreign policy as it pertains to genocide and crimes against
humanity, and discusses the differences between those two terms. In
the chapters that follow, each author presents a detailed analysis
of a particular case of crimes against humanity or genocide by a
foreign government against its own citizens, and discusses why and
how the United States government was complicit.
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