Death ex machina? : the use of technology and its impact on genocide and prevention
The rapid pace of technology's evolution and uptake since the end of the Cold War, coupled with its role as a driver of many recent political changes, suggests that some uses of technology might contribute to genocide. Technological change and new developments in its use can redistribute power and impact the global environment, as well as reshaping the dynamics of local natural, political and social environments. Use of new media, including the internet, social media and mobile phones, promotes...[Show more]
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