Paul Kagame

 
AU weathers Kagame whirlwind
AU weathers Kagame whirlwind
Rwanda’s president put everything into reforming the organisation, with mixed results
Eight priorities for the African Union in 2019
Eight priorities for the African Union in 2019
With this commentary, coming in the wake of our annual Ten Conflicts to Watch and EU Watch List, Crisis Group turns to what 2019 will mean for...
South Africa to take over rotational chair of AU in 2020
South Africa to take over rotational chair of AU in 2020
South Africa will take over the rotational chair of the African Union (AU) in 2020, following on Egypt, which took over the chair of the continental organ on Sunday....
As Kagame steps down, Egypt takes helm at African Union
As Kagame steps down, Egypt takes helm at African Union
Rwandan President Paul Kagame, who led an active, reformist tenure as African Union chair, on Sunday passes the baton to Egypt, seen as more likely...
The botched investigation into Rwanda’s murdered spy chief
The botched investigation into Rwanda’s murdered spy chief
In the restaurant of the Michelangelo Hotel in Sandton, a worried David Batenga sipped on his beer as he waited. He had been pacing the hotel since...
Court strikes Karegeya case from the roll in bombshell ruling
Court strikes Karegeya case from the roll in bombshell ruling
It’s been five years since Rwandan spy boss Patrick Karegeya was assassinated in Johannesburg, but South African authorities working on the case...
Why there’s a case for giving foreign aid to authoritarian regimes
Why there’s a case for giving foreign aid to authoritarian regimes
Should democracies give foreign aid to countries that are not democracies? 
The road ahead for the DRC
The road ahead for the DRC
In the early hours of January 10, election authorities in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) finally announced that Félix Tshisekedi, leader...
I fly high on a little Sinai ‘chocolate’
I fly high on a little Sinai ‘chocolate’
The Hun and I have a mission — to smoke cannabis in some of the most securitised parts of the world.
South Africa seeks normalised ties with Rwanda after Sisulu insult
South Africa seeks normalised ties with Rwanda after Sisulu insult
South Africa remains committed to normalising diplomatic relations with Rwanda, but insulting Minister of International Relations and Cooperation...
Rwandan dissident 'not guilty' of inciting insurrection
Rwandan dissident 'not guilty' of inciting insurrection
A Rwandan court Thursday found dissident politician Diane Rwigara not guilty of forgery and inciting insurrection, charges that saw her imprisoned...
A genuine democracy is needed
A genuine democracy is needed
For several years, the relentless focus on the rapidly worsening debacle of Jacob Zuma’s presidency offered considerable cover to Economic...

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