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Genocide in Rwanda By Benjamin Choe
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During the course of human history, a long termed epidemic had crossed over the world. It was an autonomous evil that still exists today and is driven by blind discrimination, hatred, and fear, which... More > cause people to execute other people simply based on their ethnicity or beliefs. These monstrous events that take place are known as acts of Genocide. Gregory H. Stanton of Yale University believed that Genocide could be classified into eight stages which he referred to as the Eight Stages of Genocide. He had formulated these stages through observation of common characteristics that, seemed to be shared by many genocides that had occurred in the past and it is through these Eight Stages of Genocide, that the mass killings, dehumanization, and segregation in Rwanda in 1994 are proven to being genocide. < Less
Genocide in Rwanda By Benjamin Choe
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During the course of human history, a long termed epidemic had crossed over the world. It was an autonomous evil that still exists today and is driven by blind discrimination, hatred, and fear, which... More > cause people to execute other people simply based on their ethnicity or beliefs. These monstrous events that take place are known as acts of Genocide. Gregory H. Stanton of Yale University believed that Genocide could be classified into eight stages which he referred to as the Eight Stages of Genocide. He had formulated these stages through observation of common characteristics that, seemed to be shared by many genocides that had occurred in the past and it is through these Eight Stages of Genocide, that the mass killings, dehumanization, and segregation in Rwanda in 1994 are proven to being genocide.< Less
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
Through Genocide By Nyangu Banda
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This is a fictional story based on the extermination of groups of Congolese tribes and ethnic groups living in the eastern provinces of Kivu. Scores of people are being mistreated, killed at will,... More > internally displaced, and raped every single day since 1996. So far, those in charge of their protection have failed to protect them. This story is to contribute to the world awareness of the situation in the Congo, so that those who are suffering today are not forgotten. Those people are not different from us, the only difference is that they live in areas rich with minerals that is being coveted by gangster-countries. Violence and rape is being used as weapons of war in order to scare the population away from the land of their ancestors, so that they will be replaced by score of citizens of those terrorist countries, finalizing the annexation of territories made vacant.< Less
Through Genocide By Nyangu Banda
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This is a fictional story based on the extermination of groups of Congolese tribes and ethnic groups living in the eastern provinces of Kivu. Scores of people are being mistreated, killed at will,... More > internally displaced, and raped every single day since 1996. So far, those in charge of their protection have failed to protect them. This story is to contribute to the world awareness of the situation in the Congo, so that those who are suffering today are not forgotten. Those people are not different from us, the only difference is that they live in areas rich with minerals that is being coveted by gangster-countries. Violence and rape is being used as weapons of war in order to scare the population away from the land of their ancestors, so that they will be replaced by score of citizens of those terrorist countries, finalizing the annexation of territories made vacant.< Less
This is Your Time, Rwanda By Justine R. Mbabazi
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This Is Your Time, Rwanda is a book that details the glorious, heart felt journey of the Rwandan people from the horrors of genocide against the Tutsi to a brilliant national renaissance. The... More > country is now ablaze with productivity and growth economically, socially, and technologically. Through the hard work of the citizens and the amazing leadership of the governance of the country, Rwanda has stepped away from it’s dark past and has emerged as a phoenix from the ashes. This is a story of love, hope and inspiration that will influence people and nations around the globe.< Less
This is Your Time, Rwanda By Justine R. Mbabazi
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This Is Your Time, Rwanda is a book that details the glorious, heart felt journey of the Rwandan people from the horrors of genocide against the Tutsi to a brilliant national renaissance. The... More > country is now ablaze with productivity and growth economically, socially, and technologically. Through the hard work of the citizens and the amazing leadership of the governance of the country, Rwanda has stepped away from it’s dark past and has emerged as a phoenix from the ashes. This is a story of love, hope and inspiration that will influence people and nations around the globe.< Less
Rwanda Political History, and Crises By Lewis Boyce
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Rwanda Political History, and Crises. Rwanda Genocide. Rwanda Economy, Rwanda government A History Book on Rwanda More than 20 years after the genocide, Rwanda has become one of the most repressive... More > countries in Africa, continuing its antidemocratic trajectory as the government works to close civic space in the run up to the contentious 2017 elections. Despite these conditions, Rwanda is perceived as a “stabilizing” factor in an increasingly volatile region, causing many to fear that its deteriorating human rights record will be overlooked. David Himbara is the United States and Canada coordinator for Democracy in Rwanda Now and recently testified before Congress on the worsening human rights situation in Rwanda. He spent six years working for President Paul Kagame, most notably as chairman of the Rwanda Development Board, where he was instrumental in spurring Rwanda’s economic development.< Less
Unkept Promises: The Unpunished Crime of Genocide By Dagmar Vermeer
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Civilians of many backgrounds, classes and ideologies have fallen victim to the crime of genocide: Jews, Muslims, Christians, Blacks, Whites, rich, poor, educated and illiterate etc. It is a crime... More > that breaks through all barriers; ironically, it itself is not prejudice in who it targets. Transcending time, from the days of the crusaders to modern times we have witnessed this crime that remained nameless for so long. In modern times of international cooperation and the pledge for tolerance of all peoples, genocide still plays an active role. The words “never again” have been used on various occasions: amongst which, after the Holocaust, after Rwanda and after Srebrenica. These words however, have remained hollow promises. The lessons and promises after the Holocaust did not help the people of Cambodia; subsequently their legacy did not help those of Rwanda; as theirs is not helping Darfur and so on.< Less
Unkept Promises: The Unpunished Crime of Genocide By Dagmar Vermeer
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Civilians of many backgrounds, classes and ideologies have fallen victim to the crime of genocide: Jews, Muslims, Christians, Blacks, Whites, rich, poor, educated and illiterate etc. It is a crime... More > that breaks through all barriers; ironically, it itself is not prejudice in who it targets. Transcending time, from the days of the crusaders to modern times we have witnessed this crime that remained nameless for so long. In modern times of international cooperation and the pledge for tolerance of all peoples, genocide still plays an active role. The words “never again” have been used on various occasions: amongst which, after the Holocaust, after Rwanda and after Srebrenica. These words however, have remained hollow promises. The lessons and promises after the Holocaust did not help the people of Cambodia; subsequently their legacy did not help those of Rwanda; as theirs is not helping Darfur and so on.< Less

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