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Rwanda’s troops in Mozambique have done well to protect civilians – the factors at play

By Ralph Shield, Conflict researcher, US Naval War College
Rwanda’s involvement in peacekeeping operations for the United Nations (UN) and African Union (AU) has increased since 2004.

The relatively small east African nation is Africa’s most active troop-contributing country and the fourth most active worldwide. It has nearly 6,000 soldiers and police committed to UN peacekeeping missions.

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