In his last book on Rwanda, he was very supportive of the RPF and Kagame.
Prunier, in light of some of the analysis he presents early in the book, believes he can identify patterns and reports these incidents without caveat.
You might also want to jot down who's who as that list is sadly missing in the book.
Prunier's Africa's World War can be considered one of the definitive works on the subject of the multiple conflicts that occurred in Zaire (renamed the Democratic Republic of the... Read morePublished 13 days ago by Nicholas C. Triolo
Purchased for a course, the contents make it difficult to get through. The subject matter is based on the DRC and Rwanda interaction. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Danny L. Thoms Jr.
I have skimmed through this book and used it several time as references - I believe it covers the 1980s to present day turmoil in a respected and intelligence manner. Thanks!Published 2 months ago by Thomas Beauchene
This book covers the very begining of this conflict before it went into an all out major conflict. Shows the begining from where the war started and why. Read morePublished 5 months ago by scott bailey
It's a good reference for all who want to know something true about Great Lakes Region troubles.
Thanks to Gerard Prunier for this gift.
Prunier's writing is amazing. He is able to tell about an immensly complex subject with clarity and keep the reader oriented despite the vast amount of details required to figure... Read morePublished 15 months ago by gil
Its a highly complex situation and Prunier does an excellent job of shedding light. Everything I have read by this author has been outstanding.Published 19 months ago by Scott Downen
...is many things to many people. American ignorance of most of the occurrences in Africa is a fact of life. Read morePublished 19 months ago by John F. Moore
My knowledge of the Great Lakes region (Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi, DRC) was extremely defficient. I thought this book would be a great place to augment the little I knew... Read morePublished 19 months ago by C P Slayton