Rwanda Turns East for Aid
After the United States, Britain and Europe suspended aid over Rwanda’s alleged support of Congolese rebels, the government has stepped up relations with China, which has indicated it will step up support.
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon (right) meets President Paul Kagame: Rwanda recently submitted a rebuttal to the UN Sanctions Committee on allegations that it is backing the M23 rebels in Congo-Kinshasa (file photo).
East African Business Week, 6 August 2012
The Rwanda government has said even without donor aid, Rwanda will survive.read more »
Rwanda: Opinion Turns Against Kagame
Daily Maverick, 6 August 2012
The developed world has a soft spot for little Rwanda, the plucky, scarred nation that kindly Paul Kagame has unified and put on the path of prosperity. That's been the narrative,... read more »
The Independent, 4 August 2012
On July 21, the US - one of Rwanda's staunchest allies, announced the suspension of $200,000 in military aid to Rwanda. Although the amount of cash withheld is small, analysts said... read more »
Rwanda: Rwanda - Violator or Victim?
Radio Netherlands Worldwide, 6 August 2012
Steve Hege is not alone in holding fringe views on Rwanda, the FDLR or post-genocide politics. Think of Peter Erlinder, the sacked law professor from Minnesota who thinks that the... read more »
Rwanda: No Longer an Aid Darling?
ThinkAfricaPress, 3 August 2012
After years of receiving development assistance despite not meeting conditionalities, Rwanda has now seen its biggest donors suspend aid.read more »
The Minister of Foreign Affairs, Louise Mushikiwabo, has spoken with the UN group of experts who wrote a report alleging that Rwanda supported Congolese rebels. The release of the ... Read more »