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US Professor Brian Endless talks about Kagame regime and importance of Rudasingwa’s testimonials (audio)

From interview conducted by Steve Bynum on WBEZ on Feb 07,2011.

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Brian Endless is a senior advisor to the Hotel Rwanda Rusesabagina Foundation and a political science professor at Loyola University-Chicago.
Professor Endless’ teaching and research interests focus on the United Nations and the Great Lakes Region of Africa. This includes a broad range of international peace, security and humanitarian issues, as well as international development. He has specialized in the UN Security Council, in particular actions toward Iraq and other areas in the Middle East. His current focus is primarily on politics and conflict in Rwanda, the Democratic Republic of the Congo and the Great Lakes Region of Africa. He teaches classes on International Law, International Organizations, and International Political Economy, among others. Endless is the founder and Executive Director of American Model United Nations International, based in Chicago. In addition, he serves as the Senior Advisor to the Hotel Rwanda Rusesabagina Foundation.

[WBEZ]

February 15, 2011   4 Comments

Rudasingwa talks about deceptive strategies of RPF-Kagame regime since 1994 (audio)

From interview offered by Rudasingwa to WBEZ on Feb 07,2011.

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Theogene Rudasingwa was Chief of Staff to Rwanda’s President Paul Kagame and served as Rwanda’s Ambassador to the U.S. He now lives in exile in the United States. Rudasingwa believes the so called Rwandan “Miracle” is a myth. He brings a rare insiders glimpse into the Kagame regime. Theogene says he left the Kagame regime because of a crisis of conscience.

February 15, 2011   2 Comments