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Violence is endemic in eastern Congo: what drives it

By Peer Schouten, Postdoctoral fellow, Danish Institute for International Studies
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For nearly three decades, eastern Congo has been characterised by insecurity, with frequent outbreaks of violence between armed groups and attacks on civilians.

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