This special issue of Kenyan Affairs focuses on Kenya’s new constitution enacted on 27 August 2010. As one of Africa’s most liberal constitutions, that replaced the 1963 independence constitution, the new supreme law has been hailed as heralding a historic rebirth of the Kenyan nation.Contributors are drawn from all professions and ideological divides, representing voices of those who make and influence public policy in Kenya.
An Encumbered Regional Power
The main focus of this publication is the link between South Africa’s grand pan-African ambitions, especially in the area of peace, security and governance, and its own capacity to pursue these objectives. Specifically, the paper examines Pretoria’s involvement in Africa…..
State of the Nation:
South Africa 2008 is the fifth volume in the annual series published by the HSRC Press. This volume will feature a range of pertinent and captivating contemporary viewpoints on South African politics, society, economy and international relations…
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