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The French Betrayal of Rwanda Paperback – October 12, 2007
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Daniela Kroslak provides a systematic analysis of the French involvement in the Rwandan genocide... Kroslak’s conclusions are incontrovertible: while France was not a perpetrator of the genocide, it 'can be held responsible for acts of commission and omission.' ―Emmanuel Viret, Centre d’Etudes et de Recherches Internationales (CERI), Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Paris [Sciences-Po] (AFRICAN STUDIES REVIEW)
This book significantly contributes to literature that documents duplicitous and disreputable policies still denied in Paris. . . . Essential.October 2008 (P.G. Conway Suny College at Oneonta)
. . . [Kroslak] expertly marshals the evidence . . . and she has provided a valuable contribution to the study of the events of 1994.Jan/Feb 2009 (Nicolas Van De Walle Africa reviewer)
[The athour] Kroslak demonstrates extraordinary familiarity with the primary sources in this excellent study.7/1/2010 (Mac Dixon-Fyle DePauw Univeristy)
. . . both succinct and comprehensive, as well as poignantly written. Her chapter on 'What the French Could Have Done' (chapter 9) once the genocide had started is particularly devastating, because she shows clearly that they could have done a great deal with resources that were not only available but also already present in Rwanda . . . . It is difficult to read such passages and remain unmoved.Sept. 2009 (Eugenia Zorbas Centre for International Policy Studies, University of Ottowa)
This book goes much further than just explaining the disaster of French policy and proving French responsibility. It presents a fundamental set of questions regarding international responsibility and action against mass murder which are still relevant [today]. (François Grignon former Central Africa director, International Crisis Group)
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