This is the second part of the analysis of the Ivory Coast civil war with Dadie Loh, MA 2011, Nonproliferation and Terrorism Studies. Paula LeRoy, MA 2011, producer of Policy Pace, probes the Human Rights Watch reports of wide scale human rights abuses and the less known aspects of the civil war/rebel movement. During parts one and two, Mr. Loh describes the use of religion to cause tension, the rise and fall Ghagbo’s presidency, the 1999 military coup, the amnesty of former President Gai, the importance of cocoa, deforestation, guns for diamonds, french influence and the disputed election/
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