Gerry Caplan

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Gerald Caplan has an MA in Canadian history and a Ph.D. in African history from the School of Oriental and African Studies at the University of London. He is an author, teacher, media commentator, and social and political activist with a lifelong commitment to African development. He is preoccupied with genocide and genocide prevention, particularly the 1994 genocide in Rwanda, about which he has frequently written. He has been a consultant on African development issues to many United Nations agencies as well as to the African Union. His latest book is called The Betrayal of Africa. He writes a weekly online column for the Globe and Mail.
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| July 28, 2015
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| July 22, 2015
Two Syrian boys in a refugee camp. Atmeh, Syria. Dec. 10, 2012
| July 16, 2015
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| July 7, 2015
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| June 30, 2015
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| June 23, 2015
Stephen Harper, Nuclear Security Summit, March 2014
| June 15, 2015
t. St. Paul's Indian Industrial School, Middlechurch, Manitoba, 1901
| June 8, 2015
Image: Omar Khadr: Out of the Shadows (CBC, Patrick Reed)
| June 1, 2015
A French soldier en route to Mali in 2013.
| May 26, 2015
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