At least 13 foreign powers have a substantial military presence on the continent. The US and France are at the forefront of conducting operations on African soil.
Since the 1990s, most public universities have treated fundraising as an increasingly significant source of revenue, on top of taxpayer dollars and tuition payments.
Kenya’s university curriculum is aimed at pushing students into defined occupations.
Conventional anti-corruption measures and approaches often seek to scale up penalties and, by so doing, increase deterrence.
Closer cooperation in the Horn of Africa bears the potential to strengthen economic and trade relations between all three states.