How Israel's policy toward African asylum-seekers transformed it from a land of refuge into a land of deportation.
For every problem highlighted by local journalists, Rwanda’s strongman can present himself as the solution.
They were promised asylum somewhere closer to home. Then they were discarded — often in a war zone.
Recent history shows that Secretary of State Rex Tillerson’s plan to create “interim zones of stability” in Syria won’t actually help save civilian lives.
In exile, he survived on food stamps in the United States but always dreamed of returning to the throne.
Rwanda wants to create a culture of entrepreneurship. But can it really be done by decree?
Is Paul Kagame’s government using museums to commemorate the past—or cement its grip on power?
A man accused of encouraging the genocide in Rwanda has been sentenced to life in prison.
For months Burundi has accused Rwanda of arming Burundian refugees. Now Rwanda is kicking the refugees out.
In a wide-ranging interview with Foreign Policy, a senior advisor to Burundi's president denied human rights abuses are taking place in his country.
The story of an ambitious Rwandan journalist who challenged Paul Kagame’s leadership.
The U.S. and its allies failed to stop Rwanda from descending into genocide. With Burundi teetering on the brink, they are facing a new and very dangerous test.