By Kris Berwouts
a vast funding of overseas international relations and funds lately, the
Democratic Republic of Congo continues to be a conflict-ridden and unstable country,
its current scenario the results of a chain of rebellions, international
interventions and unworkable peace agreements.
In Congo's Violent Peace, leading
DRC specialist Kris Berwouts presents the main complete and in-depth account
to date of advancements because the so-called 'Congo Wars' – from Rwanda's
destructive effect on safeguard in japanese Congo to the arguable elections
of 2006 and 2011; the M23 rebellion to Joseph Kabila's more and more desperate
attempts to grasp to power.
An crucial e-book for
anyone attracted to this afflicted yet vital country.
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