Rwanda’s president has long practiced a zero-sum political game in which he and his cronies are the primary winners.
Paul Kagame has won with more than 90 percent of the vote in 3 successive presidential elections in Rwanda.
Rwanda’s constitution was changed in 2016 to allow Kagame to stay in power until 2034.
"White person!," people passing by shout, smiling and waving at me. I am black. I am African. I am Rwandan."
Dan Magaziner gets to shake the hand of Paul Kagame, a man many consider a dictator at best and a war criminal at worst.
Anjan Sundaram’s Rwanda exists in an authoritarian bubble characterized by fear and repression.
When it comes to Africa, as Wole Soyinka recently wrote in his book "Of Africa," the West is constantly careening between hope and despair, Rwanda and Mandela
Discussion on this episode of Africa is a Radio features a report back from Sean Jacobs
Ruhorahoza wished he made "Sans Soleil" by Chris Marker: "The film is a good example of the work of a filmmaker who has reached maturity and an artist who is truly free."
It is a lot to ask the world to accept the multiple truths of Rwanda and it was too much for the film to explain this picture in all of its complicated nuance and actually share with us what remains untold about Rwanda’s story.
Shmuley Boteach seems to be everywhere these days. The right-wing rabbi’s new book Kosher Lust has just been released. Last
Stories shift quickly in our 24-hour news cycle. The sensational tale of Rwanda’s gospel-singer-terrorist is no exception.
On those images by South African photographer, Pieter Hugo, pairing perpetrators and victims of the 1994 Genocide.
Africa: helping white people who are a bit down-in-the-dumps, feel better about themselves since 1884.
Once again, The New York Times doesn't inform Western audiences about the complexities of governance in Africa or the agency of those who are ruled.
On December 3, in the Indian capital of Delhi, five men gang-raped a 24-year-old Rwandan woman.
‘O Grande Kilapy’ (“The Great Kilapy” — ‘kilapy’ is Kimbundu for ‘scheme’, or ‘fraud’), the new
In which category would the South African photographer Pieter Hugo place himself? What do they stand for or what his photographs can and cannot tell.
The Rwandan film, "Grey Matter," is part of prestigious traveling film exhibition, the Global Film Initiative.
When does being a Rwandan woman matter? When that woman is a killer, a rapist, a torturer, a `monster.’ Not when she is an organizer and a healer.