Development, Aid and Conflict. Reflexion form the Case of Rwanda
Rwanda's genocide was the extreme outcome of the failure of development model that was based on ethnic, regional and social exclusion; that increased deprivation,humiliation and vulnerability of the poor, that allowd state-instigated recism and discrimination to continue unabated, tha was top-down and authoritarian and that left the masses uninformed, uneducated and unable to resist orders amd slogans.
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