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Indonesian Human Rights Abuses in West Papua: Application of the Law of Genocide to the History of Indonesian Control
Elizabeth Brundige (au). Considers whether the Indonesian governments conduct toward the people of West Papua (WP) constitutes genocide, as defined by the 1948 Convention on the Prevention & Punishment of the Crime of Genocide. It begins with a detailed account of the human rights situation in WP from the beginning of Indonesian rule in 1963 until today. It then analyzes the law of genocide as applied to the WP case. Although it does not offer a definitive conclusion about whether genocide has occurred, it finds in the available evidence a strong indication that the Indonesian govít. has committed genocide against the WPs. Many of these acts, even if not carried out with intent to destroy the WPs as a group, clearly constitute crimes against humanity under internat. law.
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