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Negotiating Peace in a War-Torn Rwanda

Frank Smyth is a freelance journalist who has written on Rwanda for "The Village Voice," "The Nation," and "The New Republic," and an investigative consultant for Human Rights Watch/Africa. He wrote a report for Human Rights Watch/Africa based on his visit to Rwanda in May and June of 1993. The report, "Arming Rwanda," is about the arms trade and the human rights violations in that country.


Other segments from the episode on July 19, 1994

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, July 19, 1994: Interview with Frank Smyth; Interview with Pablo Medina; Review of Howard Norman's novel "The Bird Artist."


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