Rwanda - What are the main goals strategies and adjustments...

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What are the main goals, strategies, and adjustments in Iran’s policy toward China under the Shah? And in China’s policy toward the Shah’s Iran? Identities constructed in Rwanda in the colonial and postcolonial eras Direct rule differentiated the colonized from the colonizers based on “race”, giving the oppressed a common front Indirect rule segmented the colonized by “ethnicity” as “indigenous” and “non- indigenous”, one ethnic group was considered than the other(s) Belgian colonization of Rwanda was a mix of indirect and direct rule Hutu became a identity that spanned ethnicity, as people had been ruled by both the Belgians and the Tutsis Main historical stages and factors in the origins of Hutu and Tutsi identity Differences between physical features and genomes Tutsi, who had more military and political power, gained more power throughout the 1700’s, destroying the spiritual monopoly they had previously That the Hutus could process lactose suggested that they had been pastoralists Main factors that explain the racialization of the Hutu-Tutsi difference
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This note was uploaded on 04/09/2008 for the course HST 211 taught by Professor Fraunholtz during the Spring '08 term at Northeastern.

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