Table of contents for The dynamics of violence in central Africa / Renãae Lemarchand.

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Contents
Preface
 
 PART I. THE REGIONAL CONTEXT
Chapter 1. The Geopolitics of the Great Lakes Region
Chapter 2. The Road to Hell 
 PART II. RWANDA AND BURUNDI: THE GENOCIDAL TWINS
Comparative Perspectives
Chapter 3. Ethnicity as Myth
Chapter 4. Genocide in the Great Lakes: Which Genocide? 
Whose Genocide?
Rwanda
Chapter 5. The Rationality of Genocide
Chapter 6. Hate Crimes
Chapter 7. The Politics of Memory
Chapter 8. Rwanda and the Holocaust Reconsidered
Burundi
Chapter 9. Burundi 1972: A Forgotten Genocide
Chapter 10. Burundi at the Crossroads
Chapter 11. Burundi's Endangered Transition
PART III. THE DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF THE CONGO: FROM 
 FAILED STATE TO FRAGILE TRANSITION
 
Chapter 12. A Blocked Transition: Zaire in 1993
Chapter 13. Ethnic Violence, Public Policies, and Social 
Capital in North Kivu
Chapter 14. The DRC: From Failure to Potential 
Reconstruction
Chapter 15. The Tunnel at the End of the Light
Chapter 16. From Kabila to Kabila: What Else Is New? 
Notes
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Africa, Central -- Politics and government -- 1960-.
Africa, Central -- Economic conditions -- 1960-.
Africa, Central -- Ethnic relations -- Political aspects.
Political violence -- Great Lakes Region (Africa).
Geopolitics -- Great Lakes Region (Africa).
Genocide -- Great Lakes Region (Africa).