Monthly Archives: June 2014

The Eastern Democratic Republic of Congo Conflict: A long running fiasco and its lessons for regional policy makers.

Written by Aimé Sindayigaya edited by Jules Niyibizi.   The conflict in the East of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) has severely damaged social and economic development in Kivu, a region in the DRC where the long running conflict is taking place. Nevertheless, any belief that the DRC’s eastern neighbouring countries, namely Burundi, Rwanda and Uganda, have economically benefited ...

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