Voter apathy among young people in Kenya reveals fundamental flaws in Kenya’s democratic politics.
Charles Njonjo’s legacy is as member of a powerful group of Kikuyu chauvinists who surrounded Jomo Kenyatta and corrupted the state.
Arresting and jailing Kenya’s poor isn’t working to cut crime or protect people’s rights. We need something else.
Responding to the COVID-19 pandemic, African governments should stop seeing non-governmental actors as a threat to their own legitimacy.
Elections provide opportunities for national self-examination and renewal, maybe not in Kenya.