From Moi to Kibaki: An Assessment of the Kenyan Transition

By
Johnnie Carson

In my opinion Kenya is the most important country in East Africa. However, over much of the last decade and a half, Nairobi has not received a great deal of serious or sustained attention from senior American policymakers. Largely because of endemic corruption, serious human rights violations and a difficult transition to democratic rule in 1992, Kenya was treated very warily by American officials, a country to be quietly recognized and courted to achieve specific U.S. foreign policy objectives but not a country to be fully embraced and brought into America’s inner circle of new African partners.

 

 

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