Historical Dictionary of Burundi
Author: Ellen K. Eggers
Publisher: Scarecrow Press
Publication date: 2006
ISBN: 10: 0-8108-5302-7
Number of pages: 249
Format / Quality: pdf
Size: 6,7 MB
Burundi, like its neighbor Rwanda, is a small, poor, and remote country that, along with the usual political, economic, and social problems, must cope with the most serious of all: ethnic divisions and friction. For some time, it seemed to have avoided the worst, until a prolonged period of warfare and sheer terror broke out, and it is only now, after 12 horrible years of bloodshed, that it seems to be getting back to “normal” and there is some hope for the future. Although small, poor, and remote, Burundi’s situation is not without interest to others, especially its neighbors, but also Africa more generally and in some modest degree the world. For, if Burundi can overcome its handicaps, perhaps others can do so as well, and if it cannot, as history has shown, any troubles could spill over.
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