Africa: Genocide-Mongering Does Nothing to Help Us Understand the Messy Dynamics of Conflict in the CAR

| January 27, 2014

[African Arguments]After Michel Djotodia’s removal from the presidency of the Central African Republic (CAR) on the 10th January, speculation and rumours about his successor were rife. Would it be Josué Binua, who had been a minister under Djotodia but was previously a confidant of the ousted Jean-François Bozizé? No, it soon became clear — members of the newly-resigned government were excluded from consideration. This was fortunate. The choice of Binua, an evangelical preacher, at a time when religion

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