Africa: Frenemies for Life - Has the Love Gone Between Uganda and Rwanda?
On 27 October, a dramatic sweep saw a number of senior Ugandan police officers arrested on suspicion of being part of a Rwandan sleeper cell. The Chieftaincy of Military… Read more »
Rwanda: Paul Kagame's Life-Presidency - The World Abandons Rwanda Again
Following Kagame's 99% election win, his former chief of staff speaks out against the international community's uncritical support for the president. Read more »
Rwanda: Revisiting the Rusatira Affair
The arrest then release of Colonel Rusatira is often held up as an example of false accusations against genocide suspects. But a new look at the evidence raises the possibility… Read more »
Rwanda: Election Outcome is Already Decided
Only President Paul Kagame has a chance of winning the 2017 presidential election. And he could stay in power until 2034. Read more »
Africa: Continent to Face Intense Political Contests in 2017
Electoral commissions, the battle for the control of social media, and a hesitant international community could define many of the political stories of the coming year. Read more »
June 15, 2016
East Africa: Rwanda and Tanzania Mend Bridges
After years of tense relations, the arrival of President Magufuli appears to have kick-started a new era of warm ties with Rwanda. Read more »
March 14, 2016
Africa: Govt Isn't Opposed to International Justice, It's Opposed to Independent Justice
Rwanda claims its withdrawal from an African Court declaration just as that court was about to begin Victoire Ingabire's hearing was pure coincidence. Read more »
January 15, 2016
Rwanda: Kigali 'Controls the Public Narrative'
In Bad News: Last Journalists in a Dictatorship, Anjan Sundaram shows how the Rwandan government tightly controls the national narrative through intimidation, oppression and… Read more »
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