Each part must be answered independently, include APA and in-text citations
Part 1.Between April and July 1994, hundreds of thousands of Rwandans were murdered in the most rapid genocide ever recorded. A single incident became the “green light” for the genocide to begin. The Hutu-dominated government of Rwanda was determined to remain in power.
What was that event, who committed the genocide, and why? How did the United States respond to the Rwanda genocide?
Part 2.Perhaps one of the most important areas of the world, especially when we consider state-sponsored terrorism, the Persian Gulf is surrounded by some of the biggest players on the field of terrorism.
Saddam Hussein was born in al-Auja, near Tikrit, in 1937. He was president and prime minister of Iraq from 1979 to 2003. His political platform was a combination of moderate social democracy, close to the European model, amid a struggle to keep the country of various ethnic and religious groups together. He ran Iraq as his personal fiefdom eradicating all opposition to him and his party
Describe methods employed by Saddam Hussein to maintain his control over Iraq. How did he die?