1 March 2002 18 February 2002 Dear Editor, I find it intriguing that an otherwise searching review of Norman Naimark’s Fires of Hatred by Michael Innes skates so nimbly around what is arguably the most vexing empirical as well as intellectual challenge for those writing on ethnic cleansing and genocide: the Palestinian issue. Yet again, […]

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