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Privilege Blinded Neil Edwards’ Experience in Rwanda

Privilege Blinded Neil Edwards’ Experience in Rwanda

  Early this week, a former American Peace Corps intern, Neil Edwards, published his musings on Rwanda on the Council on Foreign Relations’ blog with a title “Alongside real…

The Irrelevance of Rudasingwa

The Irrelevance of Rudasingwa

In an opinion in Chimp report, one Rudasingwa, member of an anti-Rwanda militia based in Uganda, claims that ‘Kagame would not have taken power without Museveni’s support’. His…

The Article, or The Rwanda Article

The Article, or The Rwanda Article

If you have been wondering why foreign media reports about Rwanda seem repetitive, with little, if any accurate information about the country, wonder no more. We have solved the mystery…

China Opposes Trade War

China Opposes Trade War

On 2 June 2019, the State Council Information Office of the People’s Republic of China released a White Paper, namely China’s Position on the China-US Economic and…

The Belt and Road Initiative: China’s Commitment to Win-win Cooperation

The Belt and Road Initiative: China’s Commitment to Win-win Cooperation

The Second Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation was just concluded in Beijing. The three-day Forum from 25th to 27th April attracted 40 top leaders and over 6…

East African Real Estate Investors Discover the Working Class

East African Real Estate Investors Discover the Working Class

The last 20 years of real estate boom in East Africa has changed our building landscape and inventory, as it quite rightly should have done. Our starting point was a…

Victoire Ingabire Umuhoza: Now You Know Her, Now You Don’t

Victoire Ingabire Umuhoza: Now You Know Her, Now You Don’t

One of the many powers invested in the President of the Republic by the Rwandan constitution is the prerogative of mercy. It is a privilege President Paul Kagame has exercised…

Soft Dialogue: Understanding Cognitive Impairment, Dementia and Memory Loss

Soft Dialogue: Understanding Cognitive Impairment, Dementia and Memory Loss

Memory loss is often referred as Amnesia, which means a partial or total loss of memory usually resulting from shock, fatigue, psychological disturbance, brain injury or other illnesses. Memory loss…

Re-Imagine Rural – Part 5

Re-Imagine Rural – Part 5

  One day rural housing will be a lucrative industry! WhyNot? When I returned to my grandmother’s village for the first time after nearly 20 years, I was amazed…

Dear President Kagame of Rwanda

Dear President Kagame of Rwanda

“In all my travels, I’ve never seen a country’s population more determined to forgive, and to build and succeed than in Rwanda.”  (Pastor Rick Warren) Dear Mr. Kagame…

Safe Dialogue: Breaking the Chains of Substance Use Disorders

Safe Dialogue: Breaking the Chains of Substance Use Disorders

Substance Use Disorders (SUD) is a clinical term otherwise known as alcohol and drugs abuse, addiction or alcohol and drugs dependency. Scientists began to study addictive behaviors in the 1930s…

Safe Dialogue: Coping with Stress

Safe Dialogue: Coping with Stress

Many people talk about stress and it often isn’t clear what stress is really about. While stress involves events and our response to them, these are not the most…