Former President Mwai Kibaki signs the new constitution in Nairobi in 2010 before former Attorney General Amos Wako.
Tony Karumba/AFP via Getty Images
Kenya’s constitution-making process has exhibited a gyration pattern that often starts with a belief that governance reforms can rectify the country's problems, but ends up as a power struggle.
Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed’s rise to power was not without challenges.
Ethiopia has gone through a series of changes that's put the country on firm democratic footing.
Does the PACTE law signal the end of the dichotomy between traditional, profit-focused companies and social and solidarity economy companies committed to the public interest?
Teaching in Paris in the 14th century (Grandes Chroniques de France).
Affirming that teaching is a science is tantamount to legitimating the forms of violence that are based on the affirmation of “truths”. Instead, it is a coupling of the activities of a subject-learner and a subject-intervener.
How to define the public role of universities in the age of post-truth populism.