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The Forgotten War Crimes


State Sovereignty, Ethnic Cleansing and the Autonomist Revolution, by Zachary Gallant

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(Fair warning: this isn’t an anarchist book. – James thinks the author is on the road towards *the beautiful idea*, and that this piece is a stepping stone)

What do ISIS, wars in the Balkans, ethnic cleansing in the middle east, Russian expansionism, and the global refugee crisis all have in common? A series of bad treaties based on a flawed 300-year-old theory that dominates the world of diplomacy and international relations. Taking us back through centuries of largely-ignored international tragedies, The Forgotten War Crimes explores the dysfunctional foundation of modern sovereignty and the practical impact it has on the lives of billions of people, and its direct relation to the deaths of hundreds of millions, proposing a tried and tested, truly democratic alternative.


The author, Zachary Gallant, spent 2008-2009 on a Fulbright Scholarship in the former Yugoslavia researching post-conflict redevelopment. He holds an M.A. in International Politics from the University of London’s Goldsmiths College.

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