The Arsenal 'Visit Rwanda' sponsorship deal is government image management 101.
It is worth revisiting the context for the mass killings, how historians have studied it since and casting a revisionist eye.
On Sunday, Israel’s immigration authorities announced it had started issuing migrants letters advising them they had
The translator wouldn’t ask the question. We were sitting in the community meeting space of a
Rwanda’s president has long practiced a zero-sum political game in which he and his cronies are the primary winners.
Paul Kagame has won with more than 90 percent of the vote in 3 successive presidential elections in Rwanda.
Rwanda’s President Paul Kagame had promised to step down before this year’s election. “Those who seek
It is mid-September. I am walking alone in the streets of Old Jeswang, a small neighborhood
I got to shake the hand of a man many consider a dictator at best and a war criminal at worst.
Anjan Sundaram’s new book, Bad News: Last Journalists in a Dictatorship, takes aim at the vaunted
I recently reread “An Image of Africa: Racism in Conrad’s Heart of Darkness,” the famous lecture
Discussion on this episode of Africa is a Radio features a report back from Sean Jacobs
The Nile Project sounds like a natural unit—timbres balanced and songs carefully arranged—you can easily forget
Kivu Ruhorahoza, from Rwanda, made two award-winning short films (Confession and Lost in the South) before
Rwanda isn’t simple. Recently, the BBC’s This World documentary series broadcasted what they call Rwanda’s “Untold”
I was recently asked to be on a panel with the theme of the role of
Shmuley Boteach seems to be everywhere these days. The right-wing rabbi’s new book Kosher Lust has just been released. Last
Stories shift quickly in our 24-hour news cycle. The sensational tale of Rwanda’s gospel-singer-terrorist is no exception.
Rwanda and the NY Times: On those images by Pieter Hugo pairing perpetrators and victims of the 1994 Genocide
“Portraits of Reconciliation,”–the photo-essay commemorating the 20th anniversary of the Rwandan Genocide–published recently in the New York
Reviewer Neil Genzinger (in The New York Times) writes about the new documentary film, “Coexist” (to