Here is my Q&A (and book review) with Professor Laura Seay in Washington Post’s Monkey Cage. I am grateful to Professor Seay for reading and reviewing the book as well as her thoughtful questions and comments. She later tweeted about the difficult choices those in violent movements face, and our own moral dilemmas when confronted with such behavior.
Titled “This is what we can learn from Joseph Kony’s bodyguard” the piece delves into important issues relating to the history of the LRA, common misconceptions about Joseph Kony and what the story of the book’s protagonist teaches us about violence and rebellions in general. It can be found here.