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Giving Meaning to 'Never Again' Seeking an Effective Response to the Crisis

Authors: Cheryl O. Igiri, and Princeton N. Lyman
September 2004


Council on Foreign Relations

A decade after the Rwanda genocide, the slow global response to the desperate conditions in Darfur shows that the international community still lacks the capacity to handle humanitarian crises.

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