Josh Ruxin reports:
Here’s why there’s reason to be hopeful. For the first time in nearly a decade, the governments of Rwanda and Congo are cooperating. They’ve moved from fighting proxy wars to essentially helping one another get what each wants. Rwanda wants the genocidal killers stopped (and it has an estimated 5000 troops working on that issue right now), and Congo wants the autonomy and control of Eastern Congo that Nkunda prevented. Rwanda reports that its troops will be out of Congo by month’s end.
He adds this necessary caveat: "Anyone who says he knows what is really going on in Eastern Congo shouldn’t be trusted."