Jean-Luc Galabert

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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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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