Rape in war is common, devastating, and too often ignored

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  • Clark J
  • Peiperl L
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This month's Editorial discusses the unconscionable use of rape as a weapon of war and calls for more pressure to be put on international authorities to take concerted action and to make protection from sexual violence a central part of peacekeeping efforts.

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  • Virginia Barbour

  • Jocalyn Clark

  • Larry Peiperl

  • Emma Veitch

  • Mai Wong

  • Gavin Yamey

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