Bringing Rwandan Génocidaires to Book
This paper examines the process of post-conflict and genocide prosecution in Rwanda. The author details how the process has taken on both national and international dimensions and explains how the Rwandan experience in dealing with prosecution for genocide is significant in terms of the general relevance of impunity. The paper states that given the judicial resources available, the Rwandan record for prosecuting genocide and fighting impunity has been commendable.
© 1999 MacMillan Center
William A Schabas