Andrew Wallis is a researcher who specialises in central and east Africa. He is the author of Silent Accomplice: The Untold Story of the Role of France in the Rwandan genocide (IB Tauris, 2006 / new edition, 2014)
Burundi: crisis and warning
Political violence is escalating in the east African state. The world's attention and engsgement are urgently needed...
Denying genocide: how the west failed Rwanda (again)
Western states and even civil society share responsibility for the spread of a false account of what happened in...
Denying genocide: the Rwanda plan
In the aftermath of Rwanda's genocide against the Tutsi in 1994, the perpetrators launched a campaign to create an...
Perfidious Albion? The strange case of Karenzi Karake
The detention of Rwanda's intelligence chief in London belongs to the murky area where transnational justice meets...
"Rwanda: The Untold Story": questions for the BBC
A deeply flawed BBC documentary on Rwanda's genocide raises serious questions over the corporation's ethics and standards.
Genocide and justice: where now?
Two decades after the Rwanda genocide, the promised hopes of international accountability for such crimes is in...