Uganda: As Museveni expands role of military in civilian sectors ahead of vote, Bobi Wine invokes Ukraine and Trump Administration is quiet, setting up risks for democracy assistance

The East African had an important item looking ahead to Museveni's next re-election campaign: "More military men don police uniform as Ugandan polls loom": Two weeks ago, Ugandans on social and mainstream media went into a frenzy after president Yoweri…

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Since the 2007 election debacle, pervasive hunger has continued to grow in Kenya, while China and the United States promote and backstop the power of leaders who do not care enough

The population of Kenya has grown roughly 25% since my year "promoting democracy" in 2007-08, from around 40 million to around 50 million. These are loose numbers because they do not reflect anything that is of the highest priority for…

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As Kenya turns: watch as the Chris Murungaru Anglo Leasing suit against John Githongo heads toward Supreme Court—“feeding the pig of corruption”

Kenya has had that one widely accepted successful presidential election out of six in the multiparty era following the end of the Cold War. The 2002 "Kibaki Tosha" "National Alliance Rainbow Coalition" election has remained the taproot of mythology about…

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