‘Withdrawing’ From Troubled Somalia: Ethiopia And Kenya Face Reality Of The Limits Of ‘Imperial Peacekeeping’ For Poor Nations

Kenya and Ethiopia have always had bigger national security interests in Somalia beyond the African Union peacekeeping mission

AFRICA REVOLUTION SERIES part 4: Who ‘Ate’ The Uprising? And What Did Terrorism And China Have To Do With It?

Terrorism forced many technology and security sector reforms that strengthened otherwise rickety African state structures and better enabled them to hold on to power.