New Edition of Genocide Studies International (GSI) 10.1: The Political Economy of Genocide
Genocide Studies International (GSI) is a journal dedicated to the research, analysis and information of genocide and gross human rights and various approaches to preventing them. It strives to raise awareness of the necessity of genocide prevention and the promotion of universal human rights.
This peer-reviewed journal is interdisciplinary and comparative in nature. It welcomes submissions on individual case studies, thematic approaches and policy analyses that relate to the history, causes, impact, aftermath and all other aspects of genocide.
Featured Articles Include:
Varieties of Political Economy: Theories and Case Studies
By: Herbert Hirsch
A Brief Introduction to Theories of International Political Economy: economic liberalism, economic nationalism and economic structuralism
By: William W. Newman
Borderlands, Climate Change and the Genocidal Impulse
By: Alex Alvarez
The Plunder of Wealth through Abandoned Properties Laws in the Armenian Genocide
By: Umit Kurt
Reflections on the Indonesian Massacres in Cold War Historiography and Political Economy
By: Adam Hughes Henry
State Strength, Non-State Actors and the Guatemalan Genocide: Comparative Lessons
By: Frederick M. Shepherd
Cambodia's Political Economy of Violence: Space, Time and Genocide Under the Khmer Rouge 1975-1979
By: James Tyner Stian Rice
Subscribing to GSI allows the journal to stay relevant, covering the current developments in the fields of genocide and human rights world-wide.