Abstract detail

Title Asia Minor: Contemporary Genocide or Modern Hellenic Tragedy?

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The atrocities committed against the Anatolian Greeks during 1914-23 are examined within the legal framework of the United Nations Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide of 1948. A brief critique of the Genocide Convention follows with a range of recommendations, specifically the establishment of an international ‘truth commission’, as a step towards acknowledging the large-scale persecution of the Anatolian Greeks.

Primary author
Peter Kassapidis

Email
peter.kassapidis@student.adelaide.edu.au