Nation-Building in South Sudan: A Prerequisite for Sustainable Peace and Stability

Whilst the independence of South Sudan was largely motivated by the animosity for the Arab North, the euphoria was short ...
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Rising populism in West a threat to global order: Kenyan experts

The unprecedented rise of populism in large parts of the West poses a grave threat to the multilateral system that ...
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Why Cuban hero attracted Africa and repelled the North.

As Fidel Castro, who died on November 25 aged 90, is laid to rest in Cuba today, Africa will be ...
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Miraa and geopolitics in the horn of Africa

The Horn of Africa geopolitics has largely been shaped by three factors. First is the spillover effects of Somali nationalism propelled ...
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Kenya’s Emergence as a Global Investment Hub

Choices have consequences” was the mantra that Jubilee administration faced after clinching power in the hotly contested 2013 Kenyan general elections ...
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Africa Security Trends: Terrorism in Kenya

The purpose of this report is to present the changing landscape in terrorist activities in Kenya between October 2011 and ...
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