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Ethnic Nationalism in Rwanda and the African Great Lakes Region describes and analyzes the dynamics of historio-political forces that have shaped the East Central African Nation of Rwanda from its evolution through its contact with colonial Europeans to the horrific apocalypse of genocide.
It sought to portray the essential irrationality of human greed pursued through the instrumentality of group tyranny, suggesting that the greatest good for the greatest number can only be achieved and sustained by deliberate accommodation of all groups in the political economy of rational statecraft.
Sylvanus I.Okoro is Senior Lecturer and Head History and International Relations in Ebonyi State University, Abakaliki, Nigeria.
He specializes in Nationalism and Ethnic Nationality Studies.
He has published extensively in local and international learned outlets in these and related areas.
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