Samir Amin’s life resembled that of Karl Marx: a man without a homeland, but one whose home was a chosen commitment to a historical project.
I no longer recall when exactly I met Sam. Maybe it was in the late 1970s
An extract from Mahmood Mamdani’s seminal study, ‘When Victims Become Killers: Colonialism, Nativism, and the Genocide in Rwanda.”
The umpteenth stand-off between Uganda’s government and the “Walk to Work” protests by opposition forces.