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Rwanda Virtual Issue: Twenty Years after Genocide

To mark the 20th anniversary of the genocide, African Affairs is making some of our best articles on Rwanda freely available. Don't miss this opportunity to read about the legacy of genocide and Rwandan politics under the RPF.

Introduction
Virtual Issue Exclusive
Scott Straus

Rwanda, Ten Years On: From genocide to dictatorship
Filip Reyntjens
(2004)

Britannia Waived the Rules: The major government and the 1994 Rwandan genocide
Linda Melvern and Paul Williams
(2004)

Consociationalism and Power Sharing in Africa: Rwanda, Burundi, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo
Rene Lemarchand
(2006)

Gender Balance and the Meanings of Women in Governance in Post-Genocide Rwanda
Jennie Burnet
(2008)

‘You’re either with us or against us’: Civil society and policy making in post-genocide Rwanda, a case study of land reform and the Gacaca Courts
Paul Gready
(2010)

Peasants, Power and Ethnicity: A bottom-up perspective on Rwanda’s political transition
Bert Ingalaere
(2010)

Re-engineering Rural Society: The visions and ambitions of the Rwandan elite
An Ansoms
(2009)


Constructing the Truth, Dealing with Dissent, Domesticating the World: Governance in post-genocide Rwanda
Filip Reyntjens
(2011)

Whispering Truth to Power: The everyday acts of resistance of ordinary rwandans to the post-genocide reconciliation
Susan Thomson
(2011)

Developmental Patrimonialism? The case of Rwanda
David Booth & Fred Golooba-Mutebi
(2012)

Agricultural Innovation From Above and From Below: Confrontation and integration on Rwanda’s rural hills
Julie Van Damme & An Ansoms
(2013)

The Risks of African Military Capacity Building: Lessons from Rwanda
Danielle Beswick
(2014)


Navigating the Middle Ground: The political values of ordinary Hutu in post-genocide Rwanda
Anuradha Chakravarty
(2014)

The Rwandan Genocide: How the press missed the story - A memoir
Richard Dowden
(2004)