Fifteen years after genocide tore apart Rwandan society, the nation is doing far better than many observers expected. Those who participated in the mass murder now live peaceably among those who were victims, and the nation’s economy is on the upswing. So does that Rwanda is on a permanent path to peace and prosperity? Join Kojo as we explore that question and why the reality of Rwanda is so different from the view we typically get in the West.


  • Philip Gourevitch Editor, "The Paris Review"; Author, We Wish to Inform You That Tomorrow We Will Be Killed With Our Families: Stories From Rwanda"

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