Consequently, the question of Muslim women’s marital and citizenship rights is complex. Whichever form of marriage Muslim women choose has its own pros and cons, especially when conflicts arise.
The return of multiparty democracy, which followed the end of the Cold War is once again experiencing a decline.
Changing Dynamics of Conflict and Peacebuilding Among Farmer-Herder Communities in Nigeria’s Middle Belt Regionby Maurice Ogbonnaya
The escalation of the conflict in 2015, including its changing character, dynamics, and trajectories, was fueled by the emergence of other contending narratives that differ significantly in content and context.
I learned through my participation in APN activities how to deepen research by focusing on its scientific, social, and political contributions and I am now more engaged in debates on African peacebuilding and conflict resolution.
This year commemorates the 10th anniversary of the African Peacebuilding Network (APN). It is an opportunity to celebrate the contribution of the program to peacebuilding scholarship and document its role in the transformation of the careers of many African early and mid-career researchers based in the continent.
Opposition as ‘Incumbent’ and ‘Incumbent’ as Opposition: Analyzing the Key Issues in Kenya’s 2022 Presidential Campaignsby Nicodemus Minde
This essay argues that, while ethnic mobilization remains crucial in the Kenyan electoral process, issues such as the economy, integrity, and client-patron relations (clientelism) will shape the outcome of the presidential elections.
Some parties have been known to decline and even peter out with the political exit of their founders.