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Buy and Download Description In mid-November 1996, after two years in exile, half a million refugees left eastern Zaire to return to Rwanda. Though sudden in some respects, this mass exodus in reverse followed a series of coordinated manoeuvres involving the strategic deployment of troops and aid. The return was planned and forecast, yet many questions surrounding the 'liberation' of the refugees remained, among them the thorny issue of whether the return had been voluntary. In view of the subtle changes that appeared in the international discourse at the time - in which terms like 'organised repatriation' and 'self-repatriation' came to be used - it is necessary to probe the mechanism that triggered the repatriation. Had refugees returned voluntarily or because of international collusion, or because of an extraordinary coincidence of extraordinary events? In mid-November 1996, after two years in exile, half a million refugees left eastern Zaire to return to Rwanda. Though sudden in some respects, this mass exodus in reverse followed a series of coordinated manoeuvres involving the strategic deploym
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