April 12, 2022

Genocide as “counterinsurgency”

Between 1959 and 1994, Rwanda remained unofficially under a regime of “counter-insurgency warfare” by maintaining control of the bodies and minds of the population through racist indoctrination and terror, by maintaining the existence of parallel structures and by developing so-called “self-defence” militias

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The RPF and Moral Legitimacy

As the RPF appeals to the offspring of genocide perpetrators to dissociate themselves from the crimes of their parents, those who seek to demystify the RPF make the opposite appeal, calling on them to justify the actions of their parents and to even defend their “honour.”

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Genocide as “counterinsurgency”

Between 1959 and 1994, Rwanda remained unofficially under a regime of “counter-insurgency warfare” by maintaining control of the bodies and minds of the population through racist indoctrination and terror, by maintaining the existence of parallel structures and by developing so-called “self-defence” militias

Read More

The RPF and Moral Legitimacy

As the RPF appeals to the offspring of genocide perpetrators to dissociate themselves from the crimes of their parents, those who seek to demystify the RPF make the opposite appeal, calling on them to justify the actions of their parents and to even defend their “honour.”

Read More

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