“Land Conflict and Distributive Politics in Kenya” (or “What to Expect When We’re Expecting an Election”?)

Dr. Catherine Boone at the University of Texas has a timely and important new paper just out from the African Studies Review that I highly recommend in this election season: Abstract: This paper argues that even with the incorporation of land…

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Will Kenyan ICC defendants ever become “too hot to touch” for the U.S. and other Western players in Kenya? If so, when?

With the second round of "confirmation" hearings underway in the Hague for the charges against "the Ocampo Six" this week and next, the U.S. and other Western "donors" and supporters of Kenya's Grand Coalition Government are confronted with the spectacle…

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