Events at NPS
Security Institutions in Kenya
The February 22, 2018 National Security Affairs Global Connections Series lecture is titled “Security Institutions in Kenya” with Dr. Mai Hassan, Assistant Professor, University of Michigan.
Dr. Mai Hassan is an Assistant Professor (starting September 2016) in the Department of Political Science. Her research focuses on authoritarian and hybrid regimes, the state, land and violence, and ethnic politics with a regional focus on sub-Saharan Africa. Her current book project explores how authoritarian leaders vary management of the state sub-nationally to best meet electoral challenges to their rule after the introduction of multi-party elections. Read more… (view bio)
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