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Book description: The future of Rwanda lies in its diversity, in how this diversity is handled and prioritised. With a vast array of first-hand experience, the contributors offer insights on Rwandan social, military, civil society, governance and economic matters to weave a picture that is as compelling as it is balanced. Assessing Rwanda's future beyond its 'development plan', they discuss the implications of decisions taken today and their future role in the region. In a diversified, incisive and comprehensive series of responses that are neither 'for' nor 'against' the current political regime, they ask fundamental questions that will shape the future of this tiny mountain country in central Africa.

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Palgrave Macmillan

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