From the Editors: Judges and Politicians as Historians?

  title={From the Editors: Judges and Politicians as Historians?},
  author={Dominik J. Schaller},
  journal={Journal of Genocide Research},
  pages={1 - 4}
  • D. Schaller
  • Published 1 March 2007
  • Political Science
  • Journal of Genocide Research
On 26 January 2007, the General Assembly of the United Nations adopted a resolution (61/255) that condemns any form of denial of the Holocaust. This resolution has been celebrated in the media and among human rights activists as a milestone and an adequate answer to the disgusting anti-Semitic rhetoric of the Iranian president Ahmadinejad who publicly declares that the Holocaust is a “myth” and who sponsored a dubious conference in Teheran last December where infamous Holocaust deniers had the… 
3 Citations
In Search of Lost Genocide: Historical Policy and International Politics in Post-1989 Eastern Europe
This article discusses the tendency of many post-communist states to present their past sufferings as genocides. It ties this “search of lost genocides” to the concept of “historical policy” and its
Late Ottoman genocides: the dissolution of the Ottoman Empire and Young Turkish population and extermination policies—introduction
This chapter discusses the Late Ottoman Genocides, CUP Population Policies and Provincial Insecurity, 1908-1914, and the International Debate amongst Jurists and Publicists on the Consequences of the Armenian Genocide for the Ottoman Empire, 1915-1923.
From Auschwitz to apartheid – conceptual representations in history textbooks
Abstract The transformation of the South African curriculum for high school history meant that, according to outcomes-based education philosophy, conceptual representations largely replaced the