After Genocide, Stifled Dissent

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June 30th, 2012

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By Timothy Longman, College of Arts & Sciences

WHEN Paul Kagame led Rwandan rebel forces to victory in 1994, he was praised not only for halting a genocide that had killed half a million people, but also for advocating reconciliation rather than revenge…

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