Rwanda Fast Forward: Social, Economic, Military and Reconciliation Prospects

Hardcover | September 4, 2012

EditorMaddalena Campioni, Patrick Noack

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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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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.

MADDALENA CAMPIIONI is Policy Adviser at Scenario Development, in London, UK. She has managed projects on health, governance, climate change sustainability and international development for Governments, multinational corporations, NGOs and the UN system. She has published widely and contributed to "This Is Africa" and the Financial Ti...
Format:HardcoverDimensions:296 pages, 8.88 × 5.71 × 0.96 inPublished:September 4, 2012Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230360483

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Table of Contents

Rwanda Fast Forward: the Many Perspectives that make Rwanda a Unique Country; M.Campioni& P.Noack
PART I: RECONCILIATION, RECONSTRUCTION, UNIFICATION AND CIVIL SOCIETY ISSUES
Rwanda 2025: Scenario for the Future Political Stability of Rwanda; E.Marijnen& J.van der Lijn
Discordant Narratives in Rwanda's Gacaca Courts; A.Breed
Participatory Rights in Rwanda: Genocide Ideology Laws and the Future of Political Space; F.Cowell
Independent Actors or Silent Agents: Where to go for Rwandan Civil Society?; C.Adamczyck
Deterioration of Aid Coordination in Gacaca Implementation: Dealing with the Past for a Better Future; A.Jamar
Peasant Perspectives on National Unity and Reconciliation: Building Peace or Promoting Division?; S.Thomson
PART II: ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
Regional Integration and the Future of Rwanda; B.Sodipo& J.Musiitwa
Rwanda: Overcoming the Industrial Policy Taboo; J.Holden
New 'friends' of Rwanda - Chinese Noodles and Indian Curry: Analysis of Asian Giants Forays into Rwanda in the Light of Theories on OFDI; K.Nanda
Communication, Media and the Way Forward; A.Colom
Contemporary Education and the Challenges of Switching Formal Language to English in Rwanda; J.Assan& L.Walker
Civic Education and Social Transformation in Post-Genocide Rwanda: Forging The Perfect Development Subjects; A.Purdeková
PART III: CONFLICT AND THE ROLE OF THE MILITARY
The Spread of the 'Genocide Ideology' within the Great Lakes Region: Challenges for Rwanda; F.Rusagara
Between Pyongyang and Singapore: the Rwandan State, its Rulers, and the Military; W.Jones
The Role of the Military in Rwanda: Current Dynamics and Future Prospects; D.Beswick
Nurturing Democracy or into the Danger Zone? The Rwandan Patriotic Front, Elite Fragmentation and Post-Liberation Politics; H.Verhoeven