Tag Archives: Nic in the Nation

Nkurunziza must leave before he gets any more blood on his hands

Editor: Nic Cheeseman

In his regular column for the Daily Nation, our Co-Editor Nic Cheeseman uses the case of Burundi to emphasise the danger of undermining term limits and ask what factors can encourage leaders to respect restrictions on their time in office.

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Xenophobia and the elusive Pan African dream

Editor: Nic Cheeseman

In his regular column for the Daily Nation, Nic Cheeseman reflects on the latest wave of xenophobia attacks that have spread across South Africa, explores the drivers of this violence, and asks what the lessons and implications are for both country and continent.

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New laws helped numb the pain of electoral defeat

Editor: Nic Cheeseman

In his regular column for the Daily Nation, our Co-editor Nic Cheeseman looks at the impact that the new constitution has had upon the functioning of the political system, and on the shaping of political culture within Kenya. 

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