Current issue VOLUME 18, NO. 1-2 (MAY-JULY 2003)
The 2002 Elections The Road Travelled, The Lessons Learned
- The Kenyan 2002 Elections: the Lessons Learned
by Macharia Munene
- The 2002 General Elections in Kenya: Women s Performance and Prospects in Parliamentary Politics
- Polarisation of Politics in Kenya along Ethnic Lines
- A New Kenya: a New Vision
by Justus Gitari Mbae
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Chief Editor: G. Wakuraya Wanjohi
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