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Rwanda looks forward to deepened cooperation with China: president

Rwanda President Paul Kagame (R) meets with Liu Xiaofeng (2nd L), the special envoy of Chinese President Xi Jinping and vice chairman of the National Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference, in Kigali, capital city of Rwanda, on Aug. 323 mots de plus
Military Industrial Complex

Poaching problems? More rangers, please...

Sharing his insights into on-the-ground conservation, Maarten Hofman (University of Goettingen, Germany & Bangor University, UK) discusses Moore et al.’s recent article, Are ranger patrols effective in reducing poaching-related threats within protected areas… 1 094 mots de plus

Research Summary

Virunga Nation Park (DRC) trip report

For anybody thinking of crossing from Rwanda into the DRC to track gorillas, this detailed & up-to-date trip report on the ThornTree is well worth a read:  11 mots de plus

The moral pact with all the young women and men

Friday the 18th August 2017 saw an impressive inauguration ceremony as President Paul Kagame took oath of office, to start his 7-year term. With about 20 Heads of State and Government as well as representatives of various countries and organizations present to witness the ceremony, it was a sign of solidarity and respect to the president and recognition for his remarkable efforts to make Rwanda an admirable nation that it is today. 336 mots de plus

Africa

Audio of Interview With Amb. Vlora Çitaku and Amb. Mathilde Mukantabana

Audio of Interview With Vlora Çitaku and Mathilde Mukantabana Kosovo Ambassador to  United Nations and Mathilde Mukantabana Rwandan Ambassador to the United States. Podcast is the Women Rule Politico Podcast. 20 mots de plus

Africa

Life in Banda Village

After 2 months in Africa, I landed in Pittsburgh the night of Thursday, August 17th. As always, there is a piece of my heart in Rwanda. 612 mots de plus

Philip Gourevitch: We Wish to Inform You That Tomorrow We Will Be Killed With Our Families

The quote on the cover is apt: « a staggeringly good book. » This is a cutting political dissection of Rwanda from before it was even conceived of to modern times, with the horrific genocide of 1994 the unfortunate climax in this story.   810 mots de plus

Book Review