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Prof. Kanyinga Karuti Publications
12018You Needed To Get Close To The Man To Understand Diplomacy
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22018Amusing Game Of Corruption In Africa As The Rule Of Law Fails
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32018Expected Break With Past Is Still Elusive
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42018How To Boost Citizens’ Participation In Decision-making
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52018What It Takes To Unify The Country Goes Beyond Mega Development Projects
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62018How Issues In 2018 Are Bound To Shape Kenya’s Future Politics And Development
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72018Fiscal Stability Conference
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82017Demystifying Politics Of Land Tenure: Okoth-Ogendo And The Concept Of Land In Africa
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92017Good Leadership In Counties Is An Important Condition For Development
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102017President Should Lead Nation In Revisiting Agenda Four Reforms For Future Stability
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112017Avert Tendency Of Ending Up With Battered Economy After Every Poll
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122017Lessons From Politics Of Capitalism And Development In Kenya And Way Forward
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132017Election Or No Election, The Country Is More Polarised Than Ever Before
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142017Uhuru And Raila Should Sit Together, Alone, And Resolve To Unite Kenya
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152017Presidential Petition Exposed Counsel As Largely Poorly Prepared For Task
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162017An Open Letter To Governors: How To Get Quick Wins In First Three Months
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172017Voter Rationality Shaped Poll Outcome
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182017Marginalisation’ No Longer A Presidential Campaign Issue
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192017Manifestos Rich On Promises, Vague On Delivery Strategies
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202017Election Risks Plunging Us Deeper Into Tribal Division
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212017Tribal Alliances Will Continue To Affect Electoral Process
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222017Lessons From Nominations
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232017Nominations Have ‘orphaned’ Central And Nyanza Regions
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242017Agriculture Can Help Uproot Poverty
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252017Vision Forestalls War And Keeps Economy Steady
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262017Strengthening Devolution Will Require A Totally New Mindset
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272017Election Is About Kenya, Not Voter Mapping
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282017Road To August Election Is Bumpy
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292017Why Government And NGOs Aren’t Friends
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302017A New Political Settlement Is Required In Kenya Going To 2022
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312017Marginalisation In Kenya: Origins, Trends, And Policy Solutions
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322017Kenya And The August 2017 Elections: A Review Of Key Drivers
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332016Devolution Good For Kenya But It Might Brew Violence In 2017
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342016The Affidavit Relating To Graft Is Elaborate – We Should Use It!
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352016Why President Museveni Beats The Opposition
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362016Just What Ails Higher Education In This Country?
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372016Self Interests Have Ruined Institutions
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382016Three Things Government Should Focus On To Make 2016 Memorable
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392016Why Elections Fail Integrity Test
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402016Mutunga’s Legacy Haunting Kenya In Country's Search For New Chief Justice
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412016Farmers’ Problems Began When Politicians Took Over Agriculture
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422016Cord Is Aimless While Jubilee Is Clueless On Electoral Reforms
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432016Why Protests Are Turning Violent
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442016Why Elections Are Becoming Dangerous Affair
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452016We Have More Electoral Problems Than Told
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462016Public Participation Is Not Civic Education, Don’t Confuse The Two
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472016Coast Has Serious Issues That Require Sober Heads To Handle
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482016Devolution And New Politics Of Development In Kenya
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492015Tame Graft If We Are To Win War On Terror
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502015National Cohesion Remains A Dream
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512015Evolution Of Kenya’s Civil Society
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522015Power Interview With Dr.Karuti Kanyinga-Analyst Part 1
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532015Power Interview With Dr. Karuti Kanyinga-Analyst Part 2
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542015Are You Worried About This Lot Of MPs? You Ain’t Seen Nothing Yet
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552015Why Kenya’s Regional Powerhouse Status Is Under Serious Threat
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562015How Jubilee Coalition Is Fast Losing The Plot
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572015The Good And The Utterly Bad In Okoa Plan
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582015When We Set Leadership Bar So Low We Should Be Easy When Corruption Comes With Chokehold
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592015Devolution Dividend Depends On How You Chose Your Governor
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602015We Are A Country Of Contradictions; Although We Ail, We Still Trudge On
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612015Days When Education Was A Status Symbol Long Gone
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622015Constitution Gave New Life To Judiciary - So Man Up!
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632015Barack Obama Visit Was Not By Accident; China Is Just But An Illusion
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642015Violence Won’t Win Radicalisation Fight
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652015Youth Radicalisation: We Made Our Bed, Let Us Now Lie In It
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662015Grand Corruption Is Back, But No One Is Willing To Rein It In
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672015Without Good Governance And Liberty, Big Projects Will Not Energise Economy
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682015Conservatives In Jubilee Have Restored The Old Order Toppled By Constitution
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692015To Beat Graft, Open Accounts To Public Scrutiny And Enforce Law
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702015From Jomo To Uhuru: How Roadside Declarations Replaced Research As The Basis For National Policies
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712015Cabinet Secretaries Have Failed As Jubilee Coalition Reels From One Crisis To Another
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722015We Are A Country Of Contradictions; Although We Ail, We Still Trudge On
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732014Kenya: Democracy And Political Participation
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742014East African Prospects: An Update On The Political Economy Of Kenya, Rwanda, Tanzania And Uganda
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752014Kenya: Democracy And Political Participation - Discussion Paper
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762014Republic Of Kenya: Governance And Political Economy For Results
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772014The Politics Of Revitalising Agriculture In Kenya
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782014Why Jubilee Must Embrace Rule Of Law And Employ Governance
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792014How Kenyans Are Benefiting From Certain Unintended Consequences Of Devolution
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802014Kenya's Constitution
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812014Jubilee On The Right Track But It Has To Do More On Cohesion
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822013Kenya’s 2013 Election. Democracy On Trial?
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832013Pluralism, Ethnicity And Governance In Kenya
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842013Choosing Peace Over Democracy
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852013Building A Political Settlement: The International Approach To Kenya's 2008 Post-Election Crisis.
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862013The Politics Of Revitalising Agriculture In Kenya
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872013Jubilee On Right Path, But Counties May Fail Us
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882013Jubilee Government Will Be Known For Rule By Fiat
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892013From Speeches, Uhuru Will Focus On Quick Deliverables
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902013Four Options For PM To Secure His Political Career After Court Verdit
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912013All Tools Of Good Governance Are In Place, Leaders Just Need To Use Them
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922013Every Election Has Consequences, But This Time Our Choices Are Stark
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932013Debate Revealed That Kenya Will Not Change At All
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942013The Land Question Is Not Just Emotive - It's Also About The Politics Of Power
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952012The Political Economy Of Reforms In Kenya: The Post-2007 Election Violence And A New Constitution
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962012Five Drivers Of Election Violence That Kenyans Have To Address
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972012Let's Strengthen The Rule Of Law To Crush Impunity
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982012Constitution A Bright Spot In Government's Chequered Life
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992012New Institutions Should Be Loyal To The Letter And Spirit Of Constitution
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1002012Pay Heed To Divisive Potential Of ICC Ruling
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1012012Polls Date Not The Problem, Political Parties Are
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1022012ICC May Change The Balance Of Power In 2012
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1032011Stopping A Conflagration: The Response Of Kenyan Civil Society To The Post-2007 Election Violence
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1042011Political Economy Of Agriculture Policy Making In Kenya
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1052010Contractions Of Transition To Democracy In Fragmented Societies: The Kenya 2007 General Elections In Perspective
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1062010Was It Rigged? A Forensic Analysis Of Vote Returns In Kenya's 2007 Elections
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1072010Stopping The Conflagration: The Response Of The Kenyan Civil Society To The Post-2007 Election Violence
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1082010Tension And Reversals In Democratic Transitions: The Kenya 2007 General Elections
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1092009Land Redistribution In Kenya
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1102009Civil Society And Social Capital In East Africa
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1112009The Legacy Of The White Highlands: Land Rights, Ethnicity And The Post-2007 Election Violence In Kenya
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1122008The Politics Of Policy Reforms In Kenya’s Dairy Sector
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1132008Struggles For Sustainable Land Management And Democratic Development In Kenya: A History Of Greed And Grievances
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1142008Contradictions In Neo-liberalism: Donors And Human Rights CSOs In Kenya
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1152007Political Change In Kenya 1991 - 2002
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1162007Still On Th Road: Decentralisation And Women's Citizenship In Kenya
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1172007The Non-profit Sector In Kenya: What We Know And What We Don't Know
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1182007Bananas And Oranges: Ethnicity And Failed Constitutional Reform In Kenya
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1192007Governance Institutions And Inequality In Kenya
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1202007Steaming Cups: Reforms And Problems In The Coffee Trade In Kenya
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1212006'Ethnic Inequalities And Governance Of The Public Sector In Kenya
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1222006Governance Institutions And Inequality In Kenya
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1232005When Bullets Begin To Follower: The Security Question And The Constitution In Kenya
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1242005'Speaking To The Past And The Present: The Land Question In The Draft Constitution Of Kenya
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1252005'The Land Question And Sustainable Development In A Historical Context In Kenya
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1262004The Civil Society And Democratization Process In Kenya
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1272004Kanyinga, K., Mitullah, W., Odhiambo., Wojciech, S., And Salamon., 2004. 'Dimensions Of The Non-Profit Sector In Kenya
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1282004'Civil Society Formations In Kenya: A Growing Role In Development And Democracy
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1292004Contributed Chapter Three -
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1302004Kenya Country Case Study For 'The New Anti-Corruption Governments: The Challenge Of Delivery
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1312004'Contradictions Of Neo-liberalism: Human Rights NGOs, Donors And Governance In Kenya
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1322004Citizenship And Globalisation
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1332004Citizenship And Rights: The Failures Of Post-colonial State
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1342003Development Of Civil Society In Kenya
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1352003With Aliber, M., Walkers, C., Machera, M., Kamau, P., And Omondi, C., The Impact Of HIV/AIDS On Land Rights. Case Studies From Kenya. Rome: FAO
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1362002(co-author Michael Cowen)
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1372002Youth And Urban Politics In Kenya'. In International Journal Of Sociology. Vol. 5 No. 1: Nov. 2002
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1382001"Mix And Match Them: Party, Persons And The 1997 General Elections In Meru And Embu Region Of Kenya" In Marcel R, Mazrui, A., And Grignon, F (ed.,). Out Of The Count: The 1997 General Elections And Prospectus For Democracy In Kenya. Kampala: Fountain Publ
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1392001"Governance And Leadership In Africa" In Bahemuka, J. And Brockington. J. East Africa In Transition: Communities, Culture And Change. Nairobi: Acton Publishers.
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1402001The Politics Of Land Rights In Kenya. A Paper Presented In
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1412001Re-examining Political Change In Africa: The Politics Of Transition And Constitutional Reforms In Kenya, A Paper Presented In
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1422001Taking Stock Of Political Liberalization: The Youth And Opposition Politics In Kenya, A Paper Presented In Conference On Youth In Africa, Organized By Amherst College 9-11 November 2001.
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1432000"Beyond The Colonial Legacy: The Land Question, Politics And Constitutionalism In Kenya", In Wanjala, Smokin (ed.,). Essays On Land Law: The Reform Debate In Kenya. Nairobi: Faculty Of Law, University Of Nairobi, 2000.
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1442000Redistribution From Above: The Politics Of Land Rights And Squatting In Coastal Kenya. Uppsala: Nordic Africa Institute.
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1452000Into The Land Question In Kenya: Alienation Of Public Land And Intensity Of Landlessness, In "Alienation Of Public Land In Kenya" Seminar Series Report, 3, 2000. Nairobi: Catholic University Of East Africa, 2000.
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1462000Governance In Contemporary Kenya: Politics Of Citizenship, Leadership And Security. A Paper Prepared For The Department Of Sociology, University Of Nairobi.
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1471999"Into The New Millennium In Kenya: Reconstructing Civil Society From Below". A Paper Prepared With Support From The Commonwealth And Presented At A Regional Workshop On "Civil Society In The New Millennium" Organised By MWENGO And The National Council Of
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1481998Politics And Struggles For Access To Land:
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1491998Ethnicity, Party Politics And Electoral Process In Kenya - The 1997 Multi-party General Elections (pp10-16). Contribution To Arne Tostensen Et Al (ed), Kenya
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1501998Civil Society And Politics Of Democratisation In Kenya; The 1997 Elections (pp 30-33). Contribution In Arne Tostensen Et Al (ed), Kenya
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1511998Politics And Struggles For Access To Land:
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1521998Struggles Of Access To Land: The Squatter Question In Coastal Kenya", CDR Working Paper No. 98.7, Centre For Development Research, Copenhagen.
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1531998"Contestation Over Political Space: The State And Demobilization Of Party Politics In Kenya" CDR Working Paper No. 98.12, Centre For Development Research, Copenhagen (Revised Version Published As A Book Chapter).
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1541998The Land Question In Kenya: Struggles, Accumulation And Changing Politics. Unpublished PhD Dissertation, International Development Studies, Roskilde University, Denmark, 1998.
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1551998Democratisation And Governance: Challenges And Prospects (Illustrated With A Case Study Of NGOs In Kenya, A Paper Prepared For A Conference On "African Regional Consultation For Non-Governmental Organizations". Organized By The Conference Of Non-governmen
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1561998The 1997 Elections In Kenya: The Politics Of Communality And Locality
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1571998Politics And Struggles For Access To Land: ‘grants From Above’ And ‘squatters’ In Coastal Kenya
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1581997The Land Question And Politics Of Tenure Reforms In Kenya, In IRDCurrents, No. 12, Department Of Rural Development Studies, Swedish University Of Agricultural Sciences, Uppsala, 1997.
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1591996Struggles Of Access To Land: The Squatter Question In Coastal Kenya, CDR Working Paper No. 98.7, Centre For Development Research, Copenhagen.
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1601996Consolidation Of Democracy In A Divided Society: Rethinking The Role Of Civil Society Institutions And Donor Agencies In Kenya (Paper Presented In A Workshop Between Human Rights NGOs And Donor Agencies, Organized By Centre For Governance And Development,
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1611996Building Capacity For Democratic And Sustainable NGO's Work: Discussion Notes (A Paper Presented In A Workshop On `Coordinated Civic Education For The 1997 General Election And Beyond,' Organized By RECAP-ICJ; IED; 4Cs; KENFAD; And CRIC - Silver Springs H
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1621995The Changing Development Space In Kenya: Socio-political Change And Voluntary Development Activities, In Gibbon, P., (ed)., Markets, Civil Society And Democracy In Kenya. Uppsala: Nordic African Institute, 1995.
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1631994Ethnicity, Patronage And Class In A Local Arena: "High" And "Low" Politics In Kiambu, Kenya, 1982-92, In Gibbon, P., (ed) The New Local Level Politics In East Africa. Research Report No. 95. Uppsala: Nordic African Institute, 1994.
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1641994A Changing Development Space? : The Local Politics Of Development In Kiambu, Kenya
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1651993Non-Governmental Organizations In Kenya: NGO-State Relations In A Changing Society (A Paper, Presented At The Festival Seminars On Images Of Africa; Copenhagen, Denmark, 12 June To 3rd July.
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1661993The Social-Political Context Of The Growth Of NGOs In Kenya
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1671992'The Politics Of Development Space In Kenya: The State And NGOs In The Delivery Of Basic Services In Kenya
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1681992Mobilizing Local Resources For Sustainable Development In The ASALs: Discussion Notes On The Role Of NGO's (A Paper Presented At The Third Conference On The Future Of Maasai Pastoralists In Kajiado, 23 To 26 August 1992.
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1691992Development Communication Needs For NGOs And Donors: An Overview Of Issues (A Paper Presented In A Symposium On Development Communication Needs, Organized By Development Horizons Trust, Fairview Hotel, Nairobi, 25th Feb.1992.
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1701991Debt And Development In Africa: Alternative Approaches To Adjustment And Debt Relief ( A Paper Presented In A Workshop On Churches And NGOs Forum On Structural Adjustment Program And Debt In Kenya Organized By The National Council Of Churches Of Kenya).
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1711991"Sustainable Development In The Arid And Semi-Arid Lands (ASALs) Of Kenya: The Role Of NGOs, A Perspective On Local Capacity Building Strategies", A Paper Prepared For The Workshop On NGOs/Community Leadership Working Improved Network In The Nomadic Pasto
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1721991In Search Of Debt Crisis' Solution: Structural Adjustment Programs (SAPs); Re-colonization Or Alternatives? A Paper Presented In A Workshop On `The Debt And Economic Crisis In Africa" Organized By The National Council Of Churches Of Kenya, NCCK, Nairobi.
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1731991NGOs In Kenya: The Context Of NGOs Coordination Act Of 1990 In Kenya. (a Paper Co-authored With Dr. Njuguna Ng
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1741990The Role Of Non-Governmental Organizations In Creating Local Capacity For Development: The Case Of Meru District, Kenya. Unpublished MA Dissertation, Department Of Government, University Of Nairobi, 1990.
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1751989"The Role Of Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) In Creating Local Capacity For Development: The Case Of Meru District, Kenya - A Research Note. (A Paper Presented In A Workshop On "Into The Nineties: Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) During The Cur
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1761988"Non-Governmental Organization (NGOs) In Development With Special Reference To Local Capacity Creation In Meru District: A Research Proposal. Department Of Government, University Of Nairobi.
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