U.S. and U.N. Response to Rwandan Genocide
Flagler College Political Science Professor Arthur Vanden Houten and Flagler College History Professor John Young taught a class on the the… read more
Flagler College Political Science Professor Arthur Vanden Houten and Flagler College History Professor John Young taught a class on the the Rwandan genocide and the response by the U.S. and the United Nations. The professors placed particular emphasis on the slow reaction to the crisis from the international community and how that then shaped 21st century foreign policy for many countries.
The class, “Rwandan Genocide and U.S. Foreign Policy,” from a history course titled, “History of Genocide,” was held in the Flagler Room of Ponce de Leon Hall. close
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