The Rwandan Opposition Still Own Worst Enemy

For two years in a row, the government of Rwanda the President in particular, has been a lot in the news for the wrong reasons.  His visit to Chicago on 11th June, 2011,  did not go as planned –it was interrupted with deafening protests by Rwandan, Congolese and other African nationals living across North America and others who came from as far as Europe who flew to Chicago to take part in denouncing President Kagame as an assassin.  This is in reference to shooting down a presidential Falcon Jet on…

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Foreign Policy in Rwanda: A discussion with Deo Lukyamuzi

By: Jennifer Fierberg Rwanda has faced numerous challenges in the past year with their credibility and foreign relations. Both have seen severe declines with the UN GoE report that states the M23 rebel group currently harassing Eastern DRC is being funded and organized by the Government of Rwanda. A claim the Rwandan Government denies. Due to the publications of these reports Rwanda has faced hundreds of millions of dollars in aid cuts which has left a significant dent in their ability to fund many programs.  Deo Lukyamuzi, Commissioner for External…

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