Ethnic War and the Modern Conscience
Follows 'Blood & Belonging'
Based on a series of essays and articles written as Ignatieff travelled around some of the battlefields of modern ethnic war, they pose questions everyone involved in human rights and humanitarian work constantly ask themselves. Why has the world apparently become so chaotic and dangerous? What makes some people want to intervene in the misery of others? Elegantly and persuasively written . . . important and extremely readable.