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Positive Autonomy as a Mechanism in Rwanda’s Post-Genocide Development By Stephen Powell
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This work begins with an examination of the pre-1994 history of Rwanda in order to examine the factors that led to the Rwandan Genocide. Following the historical perspective, this book moves to... More > post-1994 Rwanda to examine the factors that have led to the nations continuing development with a special focus on the concept of positive autonomy. Positive autonomy, as defined in this work, has three defining characteristics; first, the ability of a country to pursue its own internally driven policy choices, especially in the face of international opposition but not necessarily in the face of opposition; second, the “ownership” of a community over policy developments that affect them, i.e. their involvement in the administration of the policy; third, the ability of a country to reject policy propositions from the outside. Positive autonomy is meant to convey the highest levels of political autonomy historically enjoyed only by the most wealthy and powerful states.< Less

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