Rwanda Fast Forward: Social, Economic, Military and Reconciliation Prospects
M. Campioni, P. Noack
Springer, Jul 31, 2012 - Political Science - 283 pages
The authors explore the outlook of Rwanda in the context of development of East Africa and Sub-Saharan Africa. They examine Rwanda's vision, achievements and uncertainties in terms of national unity, institutional leadership, the spectre of industrial policy and economic development,perceptions of civil society engagement, etc.
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