Can censorship help heal Rwanda?
Just eighteen years after genocide, this tiny East African nation is an international success story. Just don’t mention ethnic groups or criticize the government.
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.