Following Uhuru Kenyatta’s victory, Dominic Burbidge gives us his opinions on what is next for Kenya in the next five years. Dominic is a DPhil candidate at the Department of Politics and International Relations at the University of Oxford. You can read his personal blog here.
Category Archives: Kenya
Controversy surrounding the Kenyan elections of late 2007 resulted in an outbreak of civil conflict that undermined political order and national identity. In the run up to the next elections, scheduled for March 2013, Democracy in Africa will be running a series of articles on potential flashpoints. In our first piece in this mini-series, Gabrielle [...]
In the second of our Sound Ideas series of podcasts – which feature short interviews with leading experts on the major issues of the day – Nic Cheeseman, editor of Democracy in Africa, and Muthoni Wanyeki, former Director of the Kenya Human Rights Commission, discuss the impact of the International Criminal Court’s prosecution of 4 prominent Kenyans with Denis M. Tull of the German Institute for International and Security Affairs (SWP).