The author is a graduate of Law (LLB.) and International Relations (B.A.). He is an avid follower of international affairs as they relate to foreign policy, international security, international migration, international development and international law. His research and reading interests span across a number of seemingly unrelated topics; foreign and security policy of African states and the role of international law in maintaining peace and security in the continent, nature and structure of international systems e.g. Westphalian, Concert of Europe, Congress of Vienna etc, political theory especially political realism as well as ethnicity and politics of identity as a cause of war within and among African states and the correlation between international migration on the one hand and security and development on the other. In his spare time he enjoys constructive debates and discourse, playing chess, watching history, science documentaries and movies and listening to music specifically reggae and classical.
He currently works with a refugee legal and advocacy centre in Nairobi, Kenya.
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