The security situation in Haiti must change – but another UN intervention may not be the way this happens.
The negative investor sentiment and massive capital flight could be reversed by improved governance and accountability.
Just over a year since he was sworn in, Ruto is no nearer to turning the Kenyan ship around.
Regularising freer movement of people across African borders is one of the continent’s great developmental challenges.
The visit will acknowledge the more painful aspects of the UK and Kenya’s colonial history.
Kenya’s confidence crisis is a problem because people need to believe the judiciary is acting independently if it is to play its role.
The government and opposition have a duty to work towards creating a Kenya in which all citizens can live peacefully.
Donald Trump has made personal grievances and payback the centerpiece of his presidential run. Will this strategy work? Two experts who study democracy look at others who have used these tactics.
The Kenyan state has historically viewed forests in terms of production and economic development – not biodiversity and conservation.
Kenya’s inability to move past ethnic ideology has made it difficult to develop alternative bases for political organisation.
Jomo Kenyatta and his successor Daniel arap Moi set the tone for ethnic and authoritarian politics which Kenya has wrestled to free itself from in recent decades.
Kenya’s budgetary allocation misses opportunities to improve basic education and address unemployment.
Intelligence reports offer information that can avert threats to national security or promote national interests.
The fluidity of the country’s short-lived coalitions is a major cause of instability in Kenya.
A backlash against progress in gender and sexual rights is common.
The region’s forces are seen as important in addressing the long-running conflict in the DRC – but their involvement is complicated.
The criminalisation of same-sex sexual relations among consenting adults in Kenya worsens social disparities and inequalities.
There is a growing public wariness about the performance of the media, which are increasingly accused of being partisan.
Political protests in Kenya have become insular, sectarian, tribal and unashamedly personality driven.
William Ruto is determined to reduce public debt by collecting more taxes to pay for what the country needs.