Allan Stam

RPF Movement during the Rwanda Genocide

Allan Stam shares the movement of Paul Kagame’s forces, the Rwandan Patriotic Front, during the Rwandan genocide.

Allan Stam, a University of Michigan Professor of Political Science and Faculty Associate at the Center for Political Studies has done studies, along with his colleague Christian Davenport, around the Rwandan genocide, the Rwandan civil war, vendetta killings and random violence that took place in Rwanda in 1994 and took the data into a GIS programs to understand military positions of Kagame’s forces and government forces during the Rwandan genocide.

One Response to “Allan Stam”

  1. andrea says:

    Thanks for this wonderful interview.

    Having worked for 3 years in the East of Drc I knew a story that is not often told correctly.
    Your work finally bring justice and truth to the people of congo and rwanda and must help stopping violence in the east of drc.

    Rwanda is the responsible for the violence that is still spreading.

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