Muema Wambua

Muema Wambua is a PhD candidate in International Relations at the United States International University-Africa (USIU-Africa). He holds a Master of Arts degree in International Relations from USIU-Africa and a Bachelor of Arts from Kenyatta University, Kenya. He is the author of “The Ethnification of Electoral Conflicts in Kenya: Options for Positive Peace” (2017) published by African Journal on Conflict Resolution and “Transitional Justice and Peacebuilding: The ICC and TJRC Processes in Kenya” (2019) published by African Conflict and Peacebuilding Review. He has also contributed a chapter titled “Hurting Stalemate in International Interventions: An Analysis of the African Agency in the IGAD-Led Engagements in the South Sudan Crisis, 2013-2018,” in Munyi, E., Mwambari, D. & Ylönen, A. (eds.). Beyond History: African Agency in Development, Diplomacy and Conflict Resolution (2020) published by Rowman & Littlefield. Muema is a three-time recipient of SSRC’s Next Generation Social Sciences in Africa fellowships, including the Doctoral Dissertation Proposal Fellowship (2018), Doctoral Dissertation Research Fellowship (2019), and Doctoral Dissertation Completion Fellowship (2020).

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