Table of contents for Conflict and ethnicity in Central Africa / edited by Didier Goyvaerts.


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1. Ellen PAY & Didier GOYVAERTS. Belgium, The Congo,
Zaire and Congo: a short history of a very shaky relationship  1
2. Masato SAWADA. Remarks on the war in the Democratic
Republic of Congo                                  37
3. Koen VLASSENROOT. The promise of ethnic conflict:
militarisation and enclave-formation in South Kivu  59
4. Jan GORUS. Ethnicity in Katanga                   105
5. Erik KENNES. L.-D. Kabila: a biographical essay   127
6 Didier GOYVAERTS. Conflict and ethnicity in pre-colonial
Rwanda?                                           155
7. Shinichi TAKEUCHI. Hutu and Tutsi: a note on group
formation in pre-colonial Rwanda                  177
8. Saskia VAN HOYWEGHEN. The Rwandan villagisation
programme: resettlement for reconstruction?       209
9. Nigel ELTRINGHAM. Institutions and individuals: the
Rwandan Church and the discourse of guilt         225
10. Didier GOYVAERTS. The 'dubious discourse' on Rwanda:
an irreverent essay                               251
11. Shigetsugu KOMINE. Towards national reconciliation in
Rwanda: the challenge to a Japanese NGO           263
12. Didier GOYVAERTS. The Hutu-Tutsi divide in Burundi  269
13. Akira SATO. Lemarchand's self-fulfilling prophecy
reconsidered                                      287
14. Ren6 LEMARCHAND. Ethnicity in Burundi: a rejoinder  299
15. Didier GOYVAERTS. About Bantu and Nilotes         301
16. Mahmood MAMDANI. The political diaspora in Uganda
and background to the RPF invasion                305



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Ethnicity Africa, Central, Africa, Central Ethnic relations