Shaping policy for development odi . org Bilateral cooperation and local power dynamics The case of Rwanda

@inproceedings{GoloobaMutebi2013ShapingPF,
  title={Shaping policy for development odi . org Bilateral cooperation and local power dynamics The case of Rwanda},
  author={Frederick Golooba-Mutebi and David Booth},
  year={2013}
}
 To understand political dynamics in Rwanda, you need to understand the prevailing political settlement  The three components of the settlement together explain the comparatively high quality of policy making in Rwanda  Within the settlement there are significant political and policy debates, but expressed in non-adversarial terms  Incidents apparently signalling factional power struggles need to be interpreted with care on the basis of solid information  Bilateral cooperation should… CONTINUE READING

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