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  • Eastern Africa Resilience Innovation Hub
    The Eastern Africa Resilience Hub (EARH) is a consortium made up of three institutions: The Consulting House based in Nairobi, Kenya...
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  • EARH: Conversations on Resilience
    Florencio Ceballos of IDRC discusses approaches to Resilience and the role of the Eastern Africa Resilience innovation Hub in strengthening states and societies
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  • Elections without end: Kenya's high politics continue into 2018.
    Kenya was in election mode for a full year, and it continues on as opposition leader, Raila Odinga, refuses to concede defeat after boycotting the 2017 election....
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  • From Soft to Hard Insecurity: The role of militia in the horn of Africa
    The African state has experienced many 'markings'. It has been described as having 'failed', 'collapsed' and at best 'weak'....
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  • Kenya’s General election: the good, the bad and the memorable moments.
    A few hours after Kenya’s polling stations closed on Tuesday August 8th, the country’s Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission began transmitting live results......
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  • Kenya's Presidential election: At the mercy of the Supreme Court.
    Kenya’s election: Supreme Court judges hold the key to the outcome After Kenya’s contested election result, opposition leader Raila Odinga announced he wouldn’t be seeking legal...
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  • AUTOSARCOPHAGY: Kenya's dangerous dance with the politics of Ethnicity
    In 1992 Kenya held its first multi-party election in 26 years. Since this re-introduction of multipartism, the “politics of tribe” has been blamed for the country’s political tribulations....
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  • The Regulatory Double bind: Legal Misengineering, Misapplication or Dislocation
    The principal hypothesis in this paper is that the reason for the double bind is the existence of the three spheres of authority: the civic, ethno‐customary and predatory...
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