Author profile: Margaret Monyani

Margaret Monyani is a doctoral candidate at the University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa pursuing a PhD in International Relations. She also holds a Masters degree in International Relations and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from Moi University, Kenya. She has four years university teaching experience in the Department of Political Science and Public Administration at Moi University where she has taught various undergraduate courses on topical issues ranging from African governance and politics, international relations, gender, human rights, security and international migration. She is a versatile, upcoming scholar and author with skills in execution of academic and policy research projects as well as leadership experience ranging from civil society to academic spheres. She can be reached at mmonyanim0@gmail.com.
A Tale of Silent Security in Little Mogadishu

A Tale of Silent Security in Little Mogadishu

Securitizing migration, the Kenyan state creates silent security by allowing influential voices to link Somali refugees within its borders to terrorist networks.

One Party State: Is It Good or Bad for Governance?

One Party State: Is It Good or Bad for Governance?

A single party system if committed to the social contract could be a better conduit for budding and upholding important values that are required for national building.

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