Georges Nzongola Ntalaja

Clinton, Rwanda Genocide, Congo Crisis, and 9-11

Dr. Georges Nzongola-Ntalaja speaks about the double standard of the Clinton’s administration policies of dealing with Rwanda in the 1990s. He also reminds us that we must remember the past, just as Americans remember the 9-11 incident.

Georges Nzongola-Ntalaja was born in 1944 in Kasha, Congo-Kinshasa. He holds a B.A. degree in philosophy (Davidson College, Davidson, NC, 1967); an M.A. in diplomacy and international commerce (University of Kentucky, Lexington, 1968); and a Ph.D. in political science (University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1975).

A specialist in African politics, development policy and administration, and political theory, he is currently professor of African Studies.

One Response to “Georges Nzongola Ntalaja”

  1. sab says:

    Nothing else can be said… he spoke the truth and everyone knows it. Africa has been used and abused to the point that the killing of people became a norm and is not even being considerate. One day, the world will switch around and Congo will find Peace.

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