By Samantha Power
In her award-winning interrogation of the final century of yank historical past, Samantha Power—a former Balkan conflict correspondent and founding government director of Harvard's Carr heart for Human Rights Policy—asks the haunting query: Why do American leaders who vow "never again" many times fail to prevent genocide? Drawing upon unique interviews with Washington's most sensible coverage makers, entry to newly declassified files, and her personal reporting from the fashionable killing fields, strength presents the reply in "A challenge from Hell," a groundbreaking paintings that tells the tales of the brave american citizens who risked their careers and lives with a view to get the us to act.
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A Problem from Hell: America and the Age of Genocide by Samantha Power