In the Aftermath of Genocide
The U.S. Role in Rwanda

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"In the Aftermath of Genocide: The U.S. Role in Rwanda" deepens understanding of the violence--the Rwandan genocide and the Congolese war--that engulfed Central Africa in the midnineties, and America's policy response to the crises. Author Robert E. Gribbin draws on his thirty years of diplomatic experience in the region to analyze U.S. perceptions of Rwanda in the years before the genocide and to recount the unfolding of the terrible event itself. Most important, he describes what happened afterwards--how the new government and people of Rwanda, together with their international partners, confronted devastation, picked up the pieces, and began to forge a new nation. They had to reestablish viable government, deliver justice to those guilty of genocide, repatriate over a million refugees, and confront an insurgency at home and a war in the Congo. "In the Aftermath of Genocide" is an insider's account of these crucial events. It recounts what the U.S. government knew, or did not know, and what it did, or did not do, about them.

AuthorRobert E Gribbin
Height900 mm
Length600 mm
Width90 mm
Weight117 g
Language TypePublished
Number Of Items1
Number Of Pages364
Product GroupBook
Publication Date2005-03-01
Sales Rank943762

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