Monthly Archives: February 2014

Redefining peacekeeping as we knew it

February 21st 2014 As it used to be (and still is, in places?), peacekeeping could not impress anybody in Rwanda, in my opinion. With it, Rwandans saw the meaning of shame and will never be identified with it. When UN … Continue reading

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The dynamic pack on a relentless journey

It’s interesting to stand on the side, fly-on-the-wall-like, and watch an interaction of the clear-headed, confident and articulate-to-a-fault young bureaucrats of Rwanda. And, sure, a sprinkling of their elder greying ‘Gaguls’ (as we used to call oldies), as they all … Continue reading

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Twenty years after 1994, Rwanda is in a good place

Friday 7th February, 2014 Twenty years after 1994, Rwanda is in a good place. In my hibernation, at first I thought I’d go visiting foreign climes, compare their places and peoples with ours and see a doctor or two. But … Continue reading

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