"The Path of a Genocide remains a unprecedented resource book for scholars, international relations experts, policy makers, agencies for peace building and conflict resolution, humanitarian agenices, pastoral agents and all those who are interested in finding a lasting solution to the crisis in the Great Lakes Region. It is a must for anyone who wants to have a fairly thorough grasp of the internal, regional and global forces at the heart of the crisis in Rwanda and in the rest of the great Lakes Region."
"The study highlights the dismal failure of the international community to intervene and prevent genocide even in a situation where the perpetrators were weak and ill-equipped; it also emphasizes the imperative for such intervention in future genocidal situations. Essential for Africa specialists, human rights activists, and Western policy makers. Recommended for general, undergraduate, graduate, and faculty collections."
"The conflict in Rwanda was upsetting to many citizens throughout the world. [The Path of a Genocide is] a strong analysis of that situation, particularly its troubling peace agreement[.]"