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The Rwandan Genocide

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History

 

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Gerri H

 

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May 13, 2015

 

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University

 

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Although the Hutu account for 90% of the population, historically, under Belgian rule, the Tutsi minority was considered the aristocracy of Rwanda and dominated Hutu peasants for decades. Following independence from Belgium in 1962, the Hutu majority seized power and began to reverse the traditional roles, oppressing the Tutsi through systemic discrimination and acts of violence...
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Following independence from Belgium in 1962, the Hutu majority seized power and began to reverse the traditional roles, oppressing the Tutsi through systemic discrimination and acts of violence. This essay attempts to discuss the causes and significance of the Rwandan Genocide war. It will examine the social, political and economic contexts of Rwanda and the response by the international community through the role of the United Nations and give an analysis of how these contributed to the 100 day war...
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