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              Security                            Sustaining America’s              The Politics of


                                                                                  Defining Genocide
                                                Strategic Advantage
              International                               JOEL R. HILLISON,       International Relations,
                                                JERAD I. HARPER, AND              Denialism, and Prevention
                                                CHRISTOPHER J. BOLAN, EDITORS
              Covering global hot spots from Iran                                           CHRISTI A. YODER,
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              policymakers as well as for anyone who   scholars, and students, this book
              seeks a deeper understanding of the   offers critical insights into the modern     This book bridges a growing divide in
              complex issues that affect our lives  landscape of international politics   genocide studies between politics and
              and future.                       and warfare and explains how the   academia to argue that ongoing debates
                                                United States can sustain its strategic   surrounding genocide and its definitions
                                                advantages in the 21st century    are political byproducts of the modern
                                                and beyond.
                                                                                  nation-state system.
                                                  FEATURES                          FEATURES
                                                •  Focuses on critical elements of soft   •  Bridges a gap in genocide studies
                                                  power and the alliances that have   between politics and academia
                                                  historically undergirded
                                                  U.S. leadership                 •  Suggests that the contemporary
                                                •  Identifies key skills and attributes   debate around genocide and its
                                                                                    complex definitions is a byproduct of
                                                  required of leaders and strategists   the modern nation-state
                                                  in a changing international security
                                                  environment
                                                                                    CHRISTI A. YODER  is the executive
                                                                                  director of the Center for Genocide
                                                JOEL R. HILLISON is professor of   Research and Education in
                                                national security studies at the United   Longmont, CO.
                                                States Army War College.
                                                                                  KERRI J. MALLOY is assistant professor
                                                JERAD I. HARPER  is director of   of global humanities at San Jose
                                                regional studies at the United States   State University.
                                                Army War College.
                                                                                  JEFF BENVENUTO  is an instructor in
                                                CHRISTOPHER J. BOLAN  is professor   the genocide and Holocaust studies
                                                of Middle East security studies at the   program at Gratz College.
                                                United States Army War College.



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