"Compelling both visually and textually, it deserves to make a contribution to the struggle to end the kind of crimes it documents and to provide justice and reparation for victims." -- Dr Lynn Welchman, The World Today, August/September issue
"Crimes of War is fascinating and quite probably indispensable for anyone whose job it is to cover conflicts." -- Alex Renton, Evening Standard, 28 July 1999
"These uncomfortable insights were the first of many I discovered in Crimes of War: What the Public Should Know, a brilliant handbook which is designed for anyone involved in armed conflicts, whether as journalist, aid worker, soldier, armchair commentator, or civilian. How often have we pontificated in print or lost our tempers on a public platform or in a letter to a newspaper editor without having the facts?" [ -- Jonathan Steele, Guardian, 30 July 1999
About the Author
Roy Gutman is a writer for Newsday, a Pulitzer Prize winner for international journalism and author of A Witness to Genocide. David Rieff is a contributor to The Times Literary Supplement, Harper's, The New Yorker and the Washington Post, among others and is the author of Slaughterhouse: Bosnia and the Failure of the West.
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