Publications

Publications

In providing resilience solutions to the region, research papers developed by the HUB, provide a launch pad for research to be undertaken and solutions developed for policy uptake. The HUB has extensively undertaken research in the Sub-Saharan region and published working papers that focus on Regional Insecurity, Rogue Capital, Resource Extraction and Gender Issues.

ELECTIONS WITHOUT END: Kenya’s High Politics Continue into 2018

By Faith Kiboro and Bryan Mutiso The bigger picture for Kenya, and other democratizing countries in the region, is to ...
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AUTOSARCOPHAGY: Kenya’s dangerous dance with the politics of ethnicity.

By Daisy Maritim Maina In 1992 Kenya held its first multi-party election in 26 years. Since this re-introduction of multipartism, ...
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EXPLAINER: A guide to the 2017 general elections in Kenya.

There are eight candidates for the presidency in Kenya’s 2017 election. Of these, two are the main contenders; Uhuru Muigai ...
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KENYA’S 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 ...
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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 ...
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DEMOCRACY VS ETHNICITY: The Case of Kenya

Making Democracy work in the context of polarized ethnicity: The case of Kenya By Kevin Maina This past election has ...
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A THIN GREEN LINE: Delicate balance between electoral credibility and political stability in Kenya

After a Supreme Court ruling that invalidated Kenya’s August 8 presidential election, the country now finds itself in a moral ...
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