The origins of the Rwanda conflict, key actors, and sources of conflict-a Short Report

Topic: The origins of the Rwanda conflict, key actors, and sources of conflict-a Short Report

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Case Study – Rwanda Conflict
The origins of the Rwanda conflict, key actors, and sources of conflict-a Short Report
You are required to write a report in an essay format (introduction, body and conclusion). Outlining the origins of the Rwanda conflict. Identify the key actors, and discuss the sources of conflict. Bear in mind that conflicts are always essentially contested, so there will be a number of different viewpoints about key actors and sources of conflict to assess. The conflict may have also shifted in terms of dynamics or direction over time, (both historical and current events) indicate also: The development of Conflict Resolution: Key Debates and Thinkers, in so doing analysis how the Rwanda’s conflict has changed, noting the conflict resolution theorist and practises followed, and why do you think so. Be careful in your discussion as the entire report is only 1500 words.
References
Books
Ho-Won Jeong (2010) Conflict management and resolution: an introduction. Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon; New York: Routledge.
David. P. Barash, and Charles, P. Webel (2008) Peace and Conflict Studies. 2nd Edition. London: Sage. Chapters 1 and 2.
Peter Wallensteen (2012) Understanding Conflict Resolution: War, Peace and the Global System. 3rd Edition. London: Sage. Chapters 1 to 4
Edward E. Azar and John W. Burton (1986) International Conflict Resolution: Theory and Practice.
Journals
Romeo Dallaire (2004) Shake Hands with the Devil: The Failure of Humanity in Rwanda London: Arrow Pubs.
H. Hintjens (1999) ‘Explaining the 1994 genocide in Rwanda’, The Journal of Modern African Studies, 37: 241-286.
Bruce D. Jones (1995) ‘Intervention without Borders’: Humanitarian Intervention in Rwanda, 1990-94’, Millennium-Journal of International Studies 24(2): 225249.
Louis Kriesberg (1991) ‘Conflict resolution applications to peace studies’, Peace & Change 16(4): 400-418.
Johan Galtung (1971) ‘A Structural Theory of Imperialism’, Journal of Peace Research 8(2): 81-117.
Website
Transcend International: https://www.transcend.org/
Responding to Conflict: https://www.respond.org/index.php

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