Archive for the ‘Analysis’ Category

By Onesphore Sematumba

1. Who are the FDLR?

A shapeless entity, a “state within a state,” a phenomenon – there are a lot of descriptions in the Congo for the “Democratic Forces for the Liberation of Rwanda” (FDLR). (more…)

“Master and Slaves”: Daily life in the FDLR-controlled areas of Mwenga and neighbouring territories in South Kivu (more…)

By Gunnar Willum and Bjørn Willum

UN Secretary-General Boutros-Boutros Ghali has tried to cover up that his own secretariat deliberately stopped warnings coming from Rwanda about plans by Hutu extremists to kill Belgian soldiers in order to initiate a genocide of Rwanda’s Tutsi population. (more…)

Na: Ndahiro Tom

Ku itariki ya 3 Ukuboza 2003 nari mu Urukiko Mpuzamahanga Mpanabyaha rwagenewe u Rwanda rukorera Arusha. (more…)

A disgrace to McGill

Posted: November 10, 2011 in Analysis

John Humphrey, the McGill University law professor who drafted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, must be rolling in his grave. (more…)

Biased information spreads like a virus, it’s toxic, mutates, infects and is potentially life threatening!  It is implicated in some of the worst atrocities in human history from the Holocaust to the Rwandan Genocide. (more…)

Na: Ndahiro Tom

Vuba aha nahuye n’umugabo w’umunyamategeko, ukunda gusoma urubuga UMUVUGIZI ambaza ibijyanye n’inyandiko nise Urutonde rw’abanyeshuri n’abatoza b’ubugome na jenoside. (more…)

By Mona Al-Bashir

El Obeid: Murawah: African states reception of Al Bashir based on international laws regulating relations between states in accordance with the Vienna Treaty and not the Rome Convention. (more…)

Par Albert Rudatsimburwa (*)

WASHINGTON, DC – La Fondation Lantos pour les Droits de l’Homme et de la Justice est fière d’annoncer que le rwandais “humanitaire ” Paul Rusesabagina sera le lauréat 2011 du Prix Tom Lantos Human Rights. (more…)

Par: Antoine Mugesera

Filip Reyntjens écrit depuis une trentaine d’années sur le Rwanda dont il s’est autoproclamé «spécialiste ». (more…)