Editor-in-chief’s Article Published in The Round Table

An Interdisciplinarian's Perspective Editor-in-chief's latest scholarly work has been published in The Round Table: The Commonwealth Journal of International Affairs. The work is a review of a 2015 edited volume by Prof. John Lonsdale entitled Colonial Kenya Observed: British Rule, Mau Mau and the Wind of Change. The book is originally authored by the late … Continue reading Editor-in-chief’s Article Published in The Round Table

Curtain Falls on Kenyan Diplomat Who Brought UNEP to Africa

Those who know the politics of the United Nations (UN) well will acknowledge that while the conception of the ideas that led to its creation in 1945 was a largely western affair, Africa joined in and has since played a very central role in shaping it to become the global body that it is today. … Continue reading Curtain Falls on Kenyan Diplomat Who Brought UNEP to Africa

Why a bottom-up transformation can make Kenya better

Since I live in the diaspora, I constantly make a conscious effort not to meddle in the affairs of the motherland unless called upon by fellow wananchi back at home. One such instance is the current state of pre-tertiary education sector in the country. Friends – mostly on social media – have variedly sought my … Continue reading Why a bottom-up transformation can make Kenya better