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Yves Engler | Canadian commentators often claim more Tutsi were killed in the genocide than lived in Rwanda.
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Yves Engler | From applauding questionable elections to commemorating Liberation Day, Canada's High Commissioner has provided various forms of ideological support to Rwanda's dictator.
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Gerry Caplan | With a new book due to be published soon, it may be that Gen. Romeo Dallaire's long battle with PTSD may be turning a corner.
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Redeye Collective | Canadian mining companies have $3 billion in assets in Congo. Maurice Carney says this means Canadians have a unique opportunity to support the nascent democracy movement there.
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Pierre Nkurunziza, President of Burundi.
Gerry Caplan | So far, it seems that Justin Trudeau's government will ignore Burundi. But a proactive role by Canada on the plight of Burundi surely makes good sense as it tries to get back on the Security Council.
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Yves Engler | Geoffrey York has done important work detailing Kagame's government violence, but Canadian columnist Gerald Caplan has justified its repression and echoed Kigali's position on regional conflicts.
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Rafal Rohozinski
Christopher Majka | SecDev co-founder and cyberspace visionary Rafal Rhozinski believes the Internet has generated the greatest leap in enlightenment and empowerment in history. Join him in conversation to find out why.
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Yves Engler | Romeo Dallaire's public persona is based on an extremely one-sided media account of his role in the complex tragedy that engulfed Rwanda and Burundi two decades ago.
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Harper and Netanyahu: Foreign Policy as BFFs
Gerry Caplan | Harper has turned Canada's foreign policy into a joke -- half bewildering, half tragic. And now, says Gerry Caplan, he is flouting the call for needful action in the Central African Republic.
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Gerry Caplan | This month, which marks the 20th anniversary of the genocide in Rwanda and the 99th anniversary of the Armenian genocide is an apt time to ask how quickly ordinary people can become mass murderers.
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Yves Engler | Reviewing Rwanda and the new scramble for Africa.
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Gerry Caplan | Despite new post-Rwandan structures to prevent genocide, despite the world's pious commitment to protect the innocent, mass murder is still happening. "Never again?" is just rhetoric.