17 Dec
Africa In Turmoil Again: Why The US Holds The Key To The Heart Of The Continent | International Business Times
By Jacey Fortin
The Obama administration is facing pressure to intervene, particularly by taking stronger actions to convince Rwandan President Paul Kagame to give up his constant campaign of DRC destabilization.
“If we keep trying the old solutions again and again, it will not work,” said Fabienne Hara, the Vice President of Multilateral Affairs at the International Crisis Group. “If we send people to negotiate and they reach an agreement, in two or three years’ time we will have another crisis.”
FULL ARTICLE (International Business Times)
Photo: Graham Holliday/Flickr

Africa In Turmoil Again: Why The US Holds The Key To The Heart Of The Continent | International Business Times

By Jacey Fortin

The Obama administration is facing pressure to intervene, particularly by taking stronger actions to convince Rwandan President Paul Kagame to give up his constant campaign of DRC destabilization.

“If we keep trying the old solutions again and again, it will not work,” said Fabienne Hara, the Vice President of Multilateral Affairs at the International Crisis Group. “If we send people to negotiate and they reach an agreement, in two or three years’ time we will have another crisis.”

FULL ARTICLE (International Business Times)

Photo: Graham Holliday/Flickr

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