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eBook Rwandan Genocide: The Essential Reference Guide, 1st Edition

  • Alexis Herr
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  • ISBN-10: 1440855617
  • ISBN-13: 9781440855610
  • DDC: 967.57104
  • 352 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2018 | Published/Released March 2019
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Overview

Tracing the history of Rwanda prior to, during, and after German and Belgian colonization of Rwanda through the present day, this invaluable resource scrutinizes the historical events that determined how and why the Rwandan Genocide occurred and discusses the memory, history, and legacy of the atrocity both within and outside of Rwanda. For both new and advanced students, this work provides a thematic overview of the Rwandan Genocide, an accessible analysis of the national and international complexities that drove it, and in-depth entries on topics related to the genocide. Encyclopedic entries profile key perpetrators, rescuers, and witnesses as well as religious, political, and nonprofit groups, which, combined with entries on judicial proceedings and the United Nations, offer a multifaceted understanding of Rwanda, the genocide, and its aftermath. Providing historical and social contexts of this atrocity, the book also contains primary source documents and perspective essays.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Dedication.
Contents.
List of Entries.
List of Primary Documents.
Preface.
Introductory Essays.
1: Overview.
2: Causes.
3: Consequences.
4: Perpetrators.
5: Victims.
6: Bystanders.
7: International Reactions.
A.
8: African Crisis Response Initiative/African Contingency Operations Training and Assistance Program.
9: Akayesu, Jean-Paul.
10: Akazu.
11: Albright, Madeleine.
12: Allen, Susan.
13: Anyidoho, Henry Kwami.
14: Arusha Accords.
15: AVEGA-AGAHOZO.
B.
16: Bagosora, Théoneste.
17: Bahutu Manifesto.
18: Barayagwiza, Jean-Bosco.
19: Barril, Paul.
20: Beardsley, Brent.
21: Bicamumpaka, Jérôme.
22: Bikindi, Simon.
23: Bisengimana, Paul.
24: Bizimungu, Augustin.
25: Booh-Booh, Jacques-Roger.
26: Burundi.
27: Burundi, Genocide in.
28: Bushnell, Prudence.
C.
29: Carlsson, Ingvar.
30: Carlsson Report.
31: Coalition Pour la Défense de la Rèpublique.
32: Congo, Democratic Republic of the.
33: Curic, Vjekoslav.
D.
34: Dallaire, Roméo.
35: Day of Reflection on the Genocide in Rwanda (International).
36: De Saint-Exupéry, Patrick.
37: Denial of the Rwandan Genocide.
38: Des Forges, Alison.
39: Diagne, Mbaye.
F.
40: Forces Armées Rwandaises.
G.
41: Gacaca Courts.
42: Gaillard, Philippe.
43: Gisimba, Damas.
H.
44: Habyarimana, Agathe Kanziga.
45: Habyarimana, Juvénal.
46: Hamitic Hypothesis.
47: Hotel Rwanda (Film, 2004).
48: Hutu Social Revolution.
49: Hutus.
I.
50: Ibuka.
51: Identity Cards, Rwanda.
52: Impuzamugambi.
53: Ingando.
54: Interahamwe.
55: International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda.
K.
56: Kabuga, Félicien.
57: Kagame, Paul.
58: Kajuga, Jerry Robert.
59: Kambanda, Jean.
60: Kamuhanda, Jean, Trial of.
61: Kangura.
62: Karamira, Froduald.
63: Kayibanda, Grégoire.
64: Kayishema, Clement, Trial of.
65: Kigali Genocide Memorial.
66: Kovanda, Karel.
L.
67: Lane, Laura.
68: Leave None to Tell the Story: Genocide in Rwanda.
M.
69: Media Trial in Rwanda.
70: Micombero, Michel.
71: Moderate Hutus.
72: Mouvement Démocratique Républicain.
73: Mouvement Révolutionnaire National pour le Développement.
74: Mugesera, Léon.
75: Munyenyezi, Beatrice, Trial of.
N.
76: Nahimana, Ferdinand.
77: Ndadaye, Melchior.
78: Ndindiliyimana, Augustin.
79: Ngeze, Hassan.
80: Niyitegeka, Felicitas.
81: Nowrojee, Binaifer.
82: Ntaganda, Bosco.
83: Ntakirutimana, Elizaphan.
84: Ntamabyariro, Agnes.
85: Nyirabayovu, Thérèse.
86: Nyiramasuhuko, Pauline.
P.
87: Prosper, Pierre-Richard.
R.
88: Radio-Télévision Libre des Mille Collines.
89: Rape.
90: Rawson, David.
91: Roman Catholic Church.
92: Ruggiu, Georges.
93: Rusesabagina, Paul.
94: Rutaganda, Georges.
95: Rutaganda, Georges, Trial of.
96: Rwanda.
97: Rwandan Civil War.
98: Rwanda: Death, Despair and Defiance.
99: Rwanda: The Preventable Genocide.
100: Rwandan Genocide, French Response to the.
101: Rwandan Genocide, Role of Propaganda in the.
102: Rwandan Genocide, U.S. Response to the.
103: Rwandan Patriotic Army.
104: Rwandan Patriotic Front.
S.
105: Sindikubwabo, Théodore.
106: Support Hope, Operation.
T.
107: Turquoise, Operation.
108: Tutsis.
109: Twas.
U.
110: United Nations Assistance Mission for Rwanda.
111: Uwilingiyimana, Agathe.
W.
112: Wallace, Gretchen Steidle.
113: We wish to inform you that tomorrow we will be killed with our families.
114: Wilkens, Carl.
Primary Documents.
115: Arusha Peace Accords.
116: Chapter VI and VII of United Nations Charter for Peace Keeping Operations.
117: Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide.
118: Death of Rwandan and Burundian Presidents in Plane Crash Outside Kigali.
119: Excerpt from the Defense Attaché in Kigali, October 24, 1990.
120: First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton Radio Address to the People of Rwanda on March 25, 1997.
121: Gaspard Gahigi RTLM Broadcast of May 17–18, 1994.
122: The Genocide Fax and the United Nations’ Reply.
123: Hutu Ten Commandments.
124: UN Report of the Independent Inquiry into the Actions of the United Nations During the 1994 Genocide in Rwanda.
125: Journalist Kantano Habimana, RTLM Broadcast of May 28, 1994.
126: Judgement of Judge Mohamed Shahabuddeen on Ferdinand Nahimana, Jean-Bosco Barayagwiza, and Hassan Ngeze in the Appeals Chamber of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda, 28 November 2007.
127: Pre-Meeting Briefing Notes for President Clinton in Anticipation of a Meeting with Rwandan vice president Paul Kagame in 1996.
128: President Juvénal Habyarimana to Visit France, 1990.
129: Resolution 925 Adopted by the United Nations Security Council.
130: Statement by Alison Des Forges Before Congress, 1998.
131: Statement by President Barack Obama on the Twentieth Commemoration of the Genocide in Rwanda, April 6, 2014.
132: United Nations Security Council Resolution 918 (1994): Operation Turquoise.
133: U.S. Ambassador to Rwanda Warns of Outbreak of Violence, April 1, 1994.
134: USAID Input into Operation Support Hope Transition.
Historical Dilemmas.
Chronology.
Abbreviations.
Bibliography.
Editor and Contributor List.
Index.
About the Editor.
Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Dedication.
Contents.
List of Entries.
List of Primary Documents.
Preface.
Introductory Essays.
1: Overview.
2: Causes.
3: Consequences.
4: Perpetrators.
5: Victims.
6: Bystanders.
7: International Reactions.
A.
8: African Crisis Response Initiative/African Contingency Operations Training and Assistance Program.
9: Akayesu, Jean-Paul.
10: Akazu.
11: Albright, Madeleine.
12: Allen, Susan.
13: Anyidoho, Henry Kwami.
14: Arusha Accords.
15: AVEGA-AGAHOZO.
B.
16: Bagosora, Théoneste.
17: Bahutu Manifesto.
18: Barayagwiza, Jean-Bosco.
19: Barril, Paul.
20: Beardsley, Brent.
21: Bicamumpaka, Jérôme.
22: Bikindi, Simon.
23: Bisengimana, Paul.
24: Bizimungu, Augustin.
25: Booh-Booh, Jacques-Roger.
26: Burundi.
27: Burundi, Genocide in.
28: Bushnell, Prudence.
C.
29: Carlsson, Ingvar.
30: Carlsson Report.
31: Coalition Pour la Défense de la Rèpublique.
32: Congo, Democratic Republic of the.
33: Curic, Vjekoslav.
D.
34: Dallaire, Roméo.
35: Day of Reflection on the Genocide in Rwanda (International).
36: De Saint-Exupéry, Patrick.
37: Denial of the Rwandan Genocide.
38: Des Forges, Alison.
39: Diagne, Mbaye.
F.
40: Forces Armées Rwandaises.
G.
41: Gacaca Courts.
42: Gaillard, Philippe.
43: Gisimba, Damas.
H.
44: Habyarimana, Agathe Kanziga.
45: Habyarimana, Juvénal.
46: Hamitic Hypothesis.
47: Hotel Rwanda (Film, 2004).
48: Hutu Social Revolution.
49: Hutus.
I.
50: Ibuka.
51: Identity Cards, Rwanda.
52: Impuzamugambi.
53: Ingando.
54: Interahamwe.
55: International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda.
K.
56: Kabuga, Félicien.
57: Kagame, Paul.
58: Kajuga, Jerry Robert.
59: Kambanda, Jean.
60: Kamuhanda, Jean, Trial of.
61: Kangura.
62: Karamira, Froduald.
63: Kayibanda, Grégoire.
64: Kayishema, Clement, Trial of.
65: Kigali Genocide Memorial.
66: Kovanda, Karel.
L.
67: Lane, Laura.
68: Leave None to Tell the Story: Genocide in Rwanda.
M.
69: Media Trial in Rwanda.
70: Micombero, Michel.
71: Moderate Hutus.
72: Mouvement Démocratique Républicain.
73: Mouvement Révolutionnaire National pour le Développement.
74: Mugesera, Léon.
75: Munyenyezi, Beatrice, Trial of.
N.
76: Nahimana, Ferdinand.
77: Ndadaye, Melchior.
78: Ndindiliyimana, Augustin.
79: Ngeze, Hassan.
80: Niyitegeka, Felicitas.
81: Nowrojee, Binaifer.
82: Ntaganda, Bosco.
83: Ntakirutimana, Elizaphan.
84: Ntamabyariro, Agnes.
85: Nyirabayovu, Thérèse.
86: Nyiramasuhuko, Pauline.
P.
87: Prosper, Pierre-Richard.
R.
88: Radio-Télévision Libre des Mille Collines.
89: Rape.
90: Rawson, David.
91: Roman Catholic Church.
92: Ruggiu, Georges.
93: Rusesabagina, Paul.
94: Rutaganda, Georges.
95: Rutaganda, Georges, Trial of.
96: Rwanda.
97: Rwandan Civil War.
98: Rwanda: Death, Despair and Defiance.
99: Rwanda: The Preventable Genocide.
100: Rwandan Genocide, French Response to the.
101: Rwandan Genocide, Role of Propaganda in the.
102: Rwandan Genocide, U.S. Response to the.
103: Rwandan Patriotic Army.
104: Rwandan Patriotic Front.
S.
105: Sindikubwabo, Théodore.
106: Support Hope, Operation.
T.
107: Turquoise, Operation.
108: Tutsis.
109: Twas.
U.
110: United Nations Assistance Mission for Rwanda.
111: Uwilingiyimana, Agathe.
W.
112: Wallace, Gretchen Steidle.
113: We wish to inform you that tomorrow we will be killed with our families.
114: Wilkens, Carl.
Primary Documents.
115: Arusha Peace Accords.
116: Chapter VI and VII of United Nations Charter for Peace Keeping Operations.
117: Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide.
118: Death of Rwandan and Burundian Presidents in Plane Crash Outside Kigali.
119: Excerpt from the Defense Attaché in Kigali, October 24, 1990.
120: First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton Radio Address to the People of Rwanda on March 25, 1997.
121: Gaspard Gahigi RTLM Broadcast of May 17–18, 1994.
122: The Genocide Fax and the United Nations’ Reply.
123: Hutu Ten Commandments.
124: UN Report of the Independent Inquiry into the Actions of the United Nations During the 1994 Genocide in Rwanda.
125: Journalist Kantano Habimana, RTLM Broadcast of May 28, 1994.
126: Judgement of Judge Mohamed Shahabuddeen on Ferdinand Nahimana, Jean-Bosco Barayagwiza, and Hassan Ngeze in the Appeals Chamber of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda, 28 November 2007.
127: Pre-Meeting Briefing Notes for President Clinton in Anticipation of a Meeting with Rwandan vice president Paul Kagame in 1996.
128: President Juvénal Habyarimana to Visit France, 1990.
129: Resolution 925 Adopted by the United Nations Security Council.
130: Statement by Alison Des Forges Before Congress, 1998.
131: Statement by President Barack Obama on the Twentieth Commemoration of the Genocide in Rwanda, April 6, 2014.
132: United Nations Security Council Resolution 918 (1994): Operation Turquoise.
133: U.S. Ambassador to Rwanda Warns of Outbreak of Violence, April 1, 1994.
134: USAID Input into Operation Support Hope Transition.
Historical Dilemmas.
Chronology.
Abbreviations.
Bibliography.
Editor and Contributor List.
Index.
About the Editor.