Paul Kagame’s Rwanda is booming, with impressive economic development and strides in public health, since the genocide that killed hundreds of thousands in 1994. But that success comes at a price: speech about ethnic groups and the government is now extremely restricted. How this traumatized country’s history may challenge absolute American faith in free expression.
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