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The Demise of the M23 Rebellion; Advocacy and Diplomacy in Focus

The surrender of the rebel group in eastern DRC, M23, would not have been possible without the foreign diplomacy changes made by governments which have previously turned a blind eye to Rwanda and Uganda’s proxy wars in and against DRC.
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Welcoming a New Wave of Diplomacy in Democratic Republic of the Congo

On November 21, the Great Lakes Forum held a briefing at John Hopkins University in Washington DC featuring US Special Envoy to Africa’s Great Lakes Region and the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), Senator Russ Feingold.
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Rwandan Army Allies’ Crimes in Congo: Who is Not Named in the UN Report?

On October 1, 2010, the UN finally released its report (read it here) about the war crimes, crimes against humanity, major violations of international laws and possibly a genocide committed by Rwandan troops (APR) and its allies,
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D.R. Congo Brief History Profile

Feb 5, 1885 – 1908: Congo is colonized and becomes a private property of  Leopold II, King of Belgium. 1908 – 1960: Congo becomes a colony of the Belgian nation. June 24, 1960 – September 1960: Patrice Emry... READ MORE

Congo Voices

The issue of security in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo (D.R.C) seems to be a tough puzzle to solve.  Violence has resumed since late August 2007 and many people are dying, women... READ MORE

Congo Voices

The issue of security in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo (D.R.C) seems to be a tough puzzle to solve.  Violence has resumed since late August 2007 and many people are dying, women... READ MORE

D.R.Congo: Nkunda Regains Power Soon After Defeat

Security, peace and ceasefire continue to be the center of concern in the eastern D.R.Congo.   Friday December 14, 2007 the Congolese army fought for five hours in Kazuba locality with Nkunda’s military support... READ MORE

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