Author profile: Thomas Otieno Juma, Erik T Ogwora and Maurice Nyamanga Amutabi

Dr Thomas Otieno Juma: PhD (Political Science) at Kisii Univ.
He holds an MA – International Relations, Nkumba Univ.; BBA, Bugema Univ.; with certificates in (a) Negotiation and Conflict Management – United States Institute of Peace, (b) Statelessness with UNHCR, and (c) Elections Management – International IDEA/ UNDP.

 

Dr Erick T. Ogwora: PhD (CUEA, Kenya); Senior Lecturer of Philosophy, Kisii University; Previously – Dean Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (FASS), Kisii University.

 

Prof. Maurice N. Amutabi: PhD (History/African Studies), University of Illinois, at Urbana-Champaign, USA; M. A. – History, University of Nairobi; B. A. – History and Political Science, University of Nairobi). Currently – VC Lukenya University; Previously- Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic and Students Affairs) Kisii University; Director of Research and Professor, Social Sciences at The Catholic University of Eastern Africa, Nairobi, Kenya; and Director of African Studies Program, and Assistant Professor of History, Central Washington University.

The Changing Nature of African Conflicts: Regional Electoral Insecurity

Africas' insecurity has been seen largely in the form of coups, genocides, ethnic cleansing, xenophobia, and lately rampant of all is electoral insecurity.

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