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al-Shabaab’s Anatomy: A Study in Context

May 14, 2019

by Leonardo Palma 15 May 2019 Chronic instability in the Horn of Africa, with clear repercussions for Uganda, Sudan, Kenya, and Mozambique, has reinforced a process of aggregation within Islamists groups that include nationalist fringes, maritime pirates and organised crime groups. While this region is under the influence of al-Qa’ida in Eastern Africa (AQEA), the … Continue reading “al-Shabaab’s Anatomy: A Study in Context”

Interview – Iain Morley QC on prosecuting war crimes

December 29, 2014

By Dora Robinson: On 5 December the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (ICC) withdrew the charges against Kenya’s President Uhuru Kenyatta, who had been charged with crimes against humanity in the wake of the disputed 2007 Kenyan elections, when over 1000 people were killed. This has renewed scrutiny into the challenges of prosecuting international … Continue reading “Interview – Iain Morley QC on prosecuting war crimes”

Learning from the neighbours: How to win Kenya’s war on terror

June 7, 2014

By Fredrick Omondi Ochieng’: The past few months have seen innocent Kenyans lose lives through increased terrorist activities. The September 2013 attack on Westgate Mall was the grisliest one of all, in which the official government report indicated that four armed terrorists invaded a busy shopping mall, claiming the lives of over sixty people and … Continue reading “Learning from the neighbours: How to win Kenya’s war on terror”


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