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A Duty to Prevent Genocide

Due Diligence Obligations among the P5

John Heieck

This perceptive book analyzes the scope of the duty to prevent genocide of China, France, Russia, the UK, and the US in light of the due diligence standard under conventional, customary, and peremptory international law. It expounds the positive obligations of these five states to act both within and without the Security Council context to prevent or suppress an imminent or ongoing genocide.
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Acknowledgements

John Heieck

This book would not have been possible without the guidance, encouragement, and constructive criticism of Teresa Cabrita, Yutaka Arai, Harm Schepel, Bill Bowring, Luis Eslava, Nikolas Rajkovic, Maïté Van Regemorter, and Kevin Jon Heller. I cannot thank you enough.

Additional thanks are owed to my parents, John and Sheila Heieck, to my family, Ted Heieck and Rachel Siecke, and to my friends, Michelle Reyes Milk, Michele Simonato, Jake Slosser, Moritz Pieper, Octavius Pinkard, Inez Summers, Olya Burlyuk, Oğuzhan Ahguzhan Keskin, Andrea Varga, Salvatore Dziekan, Tom Casier, Tugba Basaran, Amanda Klekowski von Koppenfels, Robert Heinsch, Freya Baetens, Collin Mangrum, Michael Kelly, Patrick Borchers, Shane Osborn, and Chuck Hagel, for their support over the years.

Lastly, I would like to thank Ben Booth, Amber Watts, Jennifer Lee, Catherine Cumming, Jane Bayliss, and the entire team at Edward Elgar. I could not have asked for a better publishing experience.