Brian Klosterboer and Lori Hartmann-Mahmud. “‘Difficult to Repair’: Applying African Models for Transitional Justice to Peace and Restoration Prospects in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.” African Conflict and Peacebuilding Review 3.1 (Spring 2013): 56-80.
The vision for Uganda in 30 years (April 18, 2013; Daily Monitor)
National peace centre launches conflict, reconciliation exhibition (March 28, 2013; Daily Monitor)
Mbarara to lead Martyrs celebrations this year (February 27, 2013; Daily Monitor)
Kampala’s boda bodas: profit overrides competition (February 25, 2013; Daily Monitor)
M23, Congo reduce peace talk delegations (February 15, 2013; Daily Monitor)
Uganda, US troops find tusks in CAR (February 9, 2013; Daily Monitor)
Russia targets Uganda as big market for weapons (February 8, 2013; Daily Monitor)
M23, Kinshasa agree to review 2009 agreements (February 7, 2013; Daily Monitor)
I’m stressed by men from Parliament, says Alengot (October 6, 2012; Daily Monitor)
U.S. News Coverage
Six Fulbrights tie record set in 2008 (June 21, 2012; Centre News)
Brian Klosterboer ’12 presents paper at major international conference (November 23, 2011; Centre News)
Ugandan News Outlets
New Vision – A state-owned newspaper that is Uganda’s oldest and most widely circulated publication.
Daily Monitor – The most widely circulated independent newspaper in the country.
The Independent – You can probably guess if this paper is state-owned or not.
The Observer – A bi-weekly paper in Kampala.
Radio One – Radio station in Kampala.
East African Business Week – Discusses regional politics and economics. Kind of like the Economist of East Africa.