This thesis reassesses of the role of the UN Secretariat during the Rwandan genocide of 1994. On the basis of new archival materials, it focuses on the decision-making processes in New York while also highlighting the effects of those decisions in the field. By looking at the contribution of each of the bureaucratic units involved in the tragic events of 1994, the thesis carries out an institutional anatomy of the Secretariat’s contribution to the Rwandan operation.
|Date of Award||05 Jan 2015|
|Supervisor||Michael Foley (Supervisor) & Simon Berkeley Rushton (Supervisor)|
Dangerous Diplomacy: Bureaucracy, Power Politics and the Role of the UN Secretariat in Rwanda
Salton, H. (Author). 05 Jan 2015
Student thesis: Doctoral Thesis › Doctor of Philosophy