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The historical irreconcilability of international law and politics and its implications for international criminal justice in Africa
(KABARAK UNIVERSITY, 2016-07)
This paper attempts an analysis of the history and purposes of international law, its problematic interaction with international politics and the effects thereof on transitional justice and international criminal law in ...
Conceptualizing research and innovation: Issues and implications for Higher Education Research and Publications in Africa
(Kabarak University, 2014)
The quest for change, improvement and competitiveness characterize individual, institutional and state endeavours in today's world. This is largely because globalization and liberalization of the world economy has presented ...
ASSESSING KENYA’S COOPERATIVE MODEL OF DEVOLUTION: A SITUATION-SPECIFIC ANALYSIS
(Federal Law Review, 2018)
Kenya’s form of quasi-federalism termed devolution was introduced under the Constitution of Kenya (2010) (‘2010 Constitution’). This governance system establishes 47 county governments which are constitutionally independent ...