had an interesting column by Jonathan Freedland
on the so-called 'double genocide' in Lithuania during and after the Second World War. It is a useful contribution to the discussions about moral equivalence, and the tendency to a broad use of the word 'genocide' with the consequence that it diminishes the horror and stigma of real
And here is rather rational response. http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/news/danielhannan/100053846/were-stalins-crimes-really-less-wicked-than-hitlers/
With all due regards, I would certainly not subscribe to the notions of "real" and "unreal" genocide. It's just a matter of conventional agreement and how it is perceived.
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