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Vol 64 No 22

Published 2nd November 2023


Kagame tests his security playbook to the limit

Britain and France back Kigali for now but some of its neighbours are losing patience

The fight for control of eastern Congo-Kinshasa is intensifying in the weeks leading up to the country's elections due on 20 December. At the centre of it is Rwanda. The Kigali government's continuing support for the M23 militia, and the lack of credence given to its strident denials of this, are complicating its relations with the East African Community and the wider international system.

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