Why civil societies are ill at ease with newly enacted anti-terror law
NGOs and CSOs have equally raised some key issues concerning the new law
By Dominic Pkalya 4 years ago
Why civil societies are ill at ease with newly enacted anti-terror law
Critical lessons learned from the Dusit terrorist attack in Nairobi
There are a number of critical lessons that we can learn from last week’s terrorist attack at Nairobi’s dusitD2 complex along 14 Riverside drive
By Dominic Pkalya 5 years ago
Critical lessons learned from the Dusit terrorist attack in Nairobi
REVEALED: Reasons why NASA leaders did little to protect the presidential vote
We are back to the very Supreme Court the opposition National Super Alliance (NASA) leadership promised not to indulge simply because they did not do what they
By Dominic Pkalya 6 years ago
REVEALED: Reasons why NASA leaders did little to protect the presidential vote
Political rivalry cause of conflict in Kerio Valley
Since May, a low-level conflict in the Kerio Valley between Baringo, Elgeyo Marakwet and West Pokot counties has left more than 30 people dead and many others displaced from their homes and farms.
By Dominic Pkalya 7 years ago
Political rivalry cause of conflict in Kerio Valley
Let's counter Al Shabaab propaganda
Since 2012, the Global Terrorism Database (DTB) has consistently ranked Kenya third among countries most affected by terrorism in Africa after Nigeria and Somalia.
By Dominic Pkalya 7 years ago
Let's counter Al Shabaab propaganda
Kapenguria attack demonstrated that violent extremist is a national security disaster
The recent Kapenguria Police Station attack where a rogue policeman killed seven of his colleagues including the Station Commander and a member of the elite RECCE squad that had been flown all the way from Nairobi to end the killing has served to show that violent extremism is the biggest security threat of our time.
By Dominic Pkalya 7 years ago
Kapenguria attack demonstrated that violent extremist is a national security disaster
Reasons why the amnesty for 'reformed' alshabaab returnees is failing security in Kwale
The recent killings of Nyumba Kumi elders as well as “reformed” Al Shabaab returnees in Kwale County has served to demonstrate how entrenched the problem of terrorism and violent extremism is in Kenya, particularly the coastal region.
By Dominic Pkalya 8 years ago
Reasons why the amnesty for 'reformed' alshabaab returnees is failing security in Kwale
Hague still provides a way out
The termination of the case facing Deputy President William Ruto and radio journalist Joshua arap Sang at the International Criminal Court is a major victory for the African Union.
By Dominic Pkalya 8 years ago
Hague still provides a way out
ICC still Africa's best bet in handling war crime cases
The termination of the case against the deputy president at the International Criminal Court is a major African Union triumph.
By Dominic Pkalya 8 years ago
ICC still Africa's best bet in handling war crime cases
5 smart reasons why Kenya should not withdraw KDF from Somalia
It is now almost two months since alShabaab militants attacked and overran an African Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) base manned by the Kenya Defense Forces (KDF) at El Adde, Gedo Region of Somalia.
By Dominic Pkalya 8 years ago
5 smart reasons why Kenya should not withdraw KDF from Somalia
Address institutional paralysis before 2017 polls
If the recent events regarding the credibility and independence of institutions such as the Judiciary and the police are anything to go by, then Kenya is headed for the woods in as far as the 2017 General Election is concerned.
By Dominic Pkalya 8 years ago
Address institutional paralysis before 2017 polls
How to save lives during terror attacks
Police have warned that 11 terrorists are planning to carry out attacks during the festive season.
By Dominic Pkalya 8 years ago
How to save lives during terror attacks
Explained: How corruption is indeed a national disaster
President Uhuru Kenyatta has declared corruption a national security threat. This was a major paradigm shift on the war on corruption that had hitherto been perceived as an economic crime and an integrity issue.
By Dominic Pkalya 8 years ago
Explained: How corruption is indeed a national disaster
Yes, corruption is a security threat
President Uhuru Kenyatta has declared corruption a national security threat. This was a major paradigm shift on the war on corruption that had hitherto been perceived as an economic crime and an integrity issue.
By Dominic Pkalya 8 years ago
Yes, corruption is a security threat
Strategy to register illicit arms good
The Government’s directive that herders in the North Rift region should voluntarily register their firearms is a move in the right direction, although it is coming a little bit too late in the day.
By Dominic Pkalya 8 years ago
Strategy to register illicit arms good
Media groups condemn attack on journalists
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