Bio

Associate Research Professor

Bio Data – Karuti Kanyinga

Publications


2018

Kanyinga, K.  2018.  Fiscal Stability Conference. Fiscal Stability Conference. , Lagos, Nigeria
Kanyinga, K.  2018.  How issues in 2018 are bound to shape Kenya’s future politics and development, January 14, 2018. Sunday Nation.
Kanyinga, K.  2018.  What it takes to unify the country goes beyond mega development projects, January 28 2018. Sunday Nation.
Kanyinga, K.  2018.  How to boost citizens’ participation in decision-making, February 24 2018. Sunday Nation.
Kanyinga, K.  2018.  Expected break with past is still elusive, March 10, 2018. Sunday Nation.
Kanyinga, K.  2018.  Amusing game of corruption in Africa as the rule of law fails, March 24 2018. Sunday Nation.
Kanyinga, K.  2018.  You needed to get close to the man to understand diplomacy, August 19 2018. Sunday Nation.

2017

Kanyinga, K.  2017.  Kenya and the August 2017 elections: A review of Key Drivers, 1 August . Commonwealth Foundation International Observers . , Kenya
Kanyinga, K.  2017.  Marginalisation in Kenya: Origins, trends, and policy solutions, July 12, 2017. Commission on Allocation of Revenue (CRA), Kenya. , Nairobi
Kanyinga, K.  2017.  A new political settlement is required in Kenya going to 2022, January 01, 2017. Sunday Nation.
Kanyinga, K.  2017.  Why government and NGOs aren’t friends, January 15, 2017. Sunday Nation.
Kanyinga, K.  2017.  Road to August election is bumpy, January 28, 2017. Sunday Nation.
Kanyinga, K.  2017.  Election is about Kenya, not voter mapping, February 25 2017. Sunday Nation.
Kanyinga, K.  2017.  Strengthening devolution will require a totally new mindset, March 11, 2017. Sunday Nation.
Kanyinga, K.  2017.  Vision forestalls war and keeps economy steady, March 25, 2017. Sunday Nation.
Kanyinga, K.  2017.  Agriculture can help uproot poverty, April 22, 2017. Sunday Nation.
Kanyinga, K.  2017.  Nominations have ‘orphaned’ central and Nyanza regions, May 06, 2017. Sunday Nation.
Kanyinga, K.  2017.  Lessons from nominations, May 20, 2017. Sunday Nation.
Kanyinga, K.  2017.  Tribal alliances will continue to affect electoral process, June 03, 2017. Sunday Nation.
Kanyinga, K.  2017.  Election risks plunging us deeper into tribal division, June 17, 2017. Sunday Nation.
Kanyinga, K.  2017.  Manifestos rich on promises, vague on delivery strategies, July 01, 2017. Sunday Nation.
Kanyinga, K.  2017.  Marginalisation’ no longer a presidential campaign issue, July 16, 2017. Sunday Nation.
Kanyinga, K.  2017.  Voter rationality shaped poll outcome, August 13, 2017. Sunday Nation.
Kanyinga, K.  2017.  An open letter to governors: How to get quick wins in first three months, August 27, 2017. Sunday Nation.
Kanyinga, K.  2017.  Presidential petition exposed counsel as largely poorly prepared for task, Sept. 10 2018. Sunday Nation.
Kanyinga, K.  2017.  Uhuru and Raila should sit together, alone, and resolve to unite Kenya, October 08, 2017. Sunday Nation.
Kanyinga, K.  2017.  Election or no election, the country is more polarised than ever before, October 21, 2017. Sunday Nation.
Kanyinga, K.  2017.  Lessons from politics of capitalism and development in Kenya and way forward, December 30 2017. Sunday Nation.
Kanyinga, K.  2017.  Avert tendency of ending up with battered economy after every poll, November 18 2017. Sunday Nation.
Kanyinga, K.  2017.  President should lead nation in revisiting Agenda Four Reforms for future stability, 02 December 2017. Sunday Nation.
Kanyinga, K.  2017.  Good leadership in counties is an important condition for development, December 17 2017. Sunday Nation.
"Kanyinga, K".  2017.  Demystifying politics of land tenure: Okoth-Ogendo and the concept of land in Africa. The Gallant Academic: Essays in Honour of H. W. O. Okoth-Ogendo. , Nairobi: University of Nairobi

2016

Kanyinga.  2016.  Devolution and New Politics of Development in Kenya. African Studies Review. 59(3):155-167.
Kanyinga, K.  2016.  Coast has serious issues that require sober heads to handle, March 27, 2016. Daily Nation.
Kanyinga, K.  2016.  Public participation is not civic education, don’t confuse the two, April 24, 2016. Daily Nation.
Kanyinga, K.  2016.  We have more electoral problems than told, May 8, 2016. Daily Nation.
Kanyinga, K.  2016.  Why elections are becoming dangerous affair, May 22, 2016. Daily Nation.
Kanyinga, K.  2016.  Why protests are turning violent, June 4, 2016. Daily Nation.
Kanyinga, K.  2016.  Cord is aimless while Jubilee is clueless on electoral reforms, June 18, 2016. Daily Nation.
Kanyinga, K.  2016.  Farmers’ problems began when politicians took over agriculture, July 2, 2016. Daily Nation.

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