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Rwanda: An Agenda for International Action investigates the background to the genocide and refugee crisis which devastated Rwanda in 1994. There are crucial lessons to be learned from the catastrophe. For Rwanda and the whole region, the priorities now are to tackle poverty and promote peace. For the international community, which intervened too late to prevent the tragedy, the challenge is to ensure that it is never repeated. This book argues for radical reform and proper funding of the UN’s peacekeeping and emergency capacities, and presents specific recommendations for action.

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978-0-85598-299-7

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