Terror attacks have preoccupied Kenya’s national security agenda for the past two decades. At the root of the insecurity is the state collapse of Somalia in 1991. Since then, terrorism,
More people die or are maimed because of road traffic accidents in Kenya than as a result of terrorist incidents and other disasters combined. This brief highlights and presents road
Violence expressly motivated by ethnic hatred and ethnic conflict is increasingly defining general elections in Kenya. This policy brief, which focusses on the period between 2007 and 2017, highlights the
The conflict in South Sudan, as approached through Agreement on Resolution of Conflict in South Sudan (ARCSS) and current Revitalization talks, faces several challenges key among them being ceasefire agreement
Executive Summary This policy brief proposes full conflict transformation as an approach to sustainable peace in Kenya. Such a process will involve change of social relations from negative to positive
The HORN Institute held an international conference on terrorism and violent extremism to deepen understanding of the changing dynamics in the field of study of terrorism and violent extremism, focusing
Executive Summary In mid-2015, Burundi descended into a political crisis. As the humanitarian situation escalated, African Union (AU), United Nations (UN), and the East African Community (EAC) sought to intervene
Executive Summary Ethiopia is yet to recover from the instability following unrest of since 2015 caused by Oromo-led protests against land grabbing, corruption, marginalization, unemployment and repression, and long-running ethno-nationalisms.