Most people who became aware of the 2nd Congo War (1998-2003) did so because of the violence unleased in the (then) Ituri District, which was created in June of 1999 by General James Kazini of the Ugandan People’s Defense Force (UPDF). After the Lusaka Accords were signed and the UPDF officially pulled out of the country, the neighboring countries of Uganda and Rwanda aggravated and exploited ethnic differences to
Mining in the Ituri Province of the Congo-A Contemporary Profile
Rwandan Constitutional Law and the Oppression of Political Opposition and Dissidents
Transcript of David Barouski’s 10/19/08 Presentation for Congo Week in Chicago, IL.
Russia and Georgia: International Law and Norm Considerations.
Update on the Congo
Burundi’s Political Crisis: A Nation Back on the Brink.
War Financing-An Interview With David Barouski
The United States and Ethiopia: Foreign Policy Objectives over Human Rights in the Horn of Africa.
Colony Reportedly Drops Bid for Tamoil
Some Additional Things to Think About
The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda Archive
Weighing in on Darfur
Russia and Georgia: International Law and Norm Considerations
The Case of the Lueshe Mine
Natural Resources in Sudan and Africa: What Nobody is Talking About
Ituri’s Plight: Regional Interference, Congo’s Plight: Impunity: Part 2: Lessons from Ituri’s Recent History
Ituri’s Plight: Regional Interference; Congo’s Plight: Impunity (Part 1).