Journal Articles

    1. Mumo Nzau. 2019. Engaging the Youth in Preventing Violent Extremism in Africa: Making a Case for Enhanced Peace Education. Horn Bulletin. Vol. 2(5): 11-21.  ISSN: 2663-4996
    2. Mumo Nzau and Amanda Edgell. 2019. Judicial Independence and Civil Liberties in Transitional Democracies: The Case of Kenya. Human Rights Quarterly. May, Vol. 41 (2): Johns Hopkins University Press: 465-496. DOI: 10.1353/hrq.2019.003  ; Print ISSN: 0275-0392 Online ISSN: 1085-794X.
    3. Mumo Nzau and Mohammed Guyo. 2018. The Challenge of Securing Kenya: Past Experience, Present Challenges, and Future Prospects. Journal of Social Encounters. 2(1): 36-59.
    4. Kivunzi, Joseph and Mumo Nzau. 2018. An Evaluation of the Effectiveness and Challenges of Counterterrorism Strategies in Kenya. International Journal of Social and Development Concerns. 2(1):16-28. [ISSN 2524-1478]
    5. Abdirahman, H. M., Mumo Nzau and Mavole J.N. 2017. Social Determinants of Effective Public Participation in NG-CDF Funded School Projects in Takaba Sub-County of Mandera County, KenyaInternational Journal of Social and Development Concerns. 1(3):24-29.
    6. Mumo Nzau. 2017. Civil Society and the Eastern Africa Counterterrorism Agenda: A Critical Account.Amani Africa Journal. 1(4):41-51 ISBN: 978-9966-025-51-7.
    7. Mumo Nzau and Seif Mohamed. 2017. Mainstreaming Gender in Countering Violent Extremism (CVE): Some Critical Insights for Eastern Africa.Amani Africa Journal. 1(4):52-60 ISBN: 978-9966-025-51-7.
    8. Mumo Nzau. 2016. Reassessing the Impact of International Human Rights Regimes on Democratization. International Journal of Scientific Research and Innovative Technology. 3(10):45-60 ISSN:2313-3759
    9. Mumo Nzau and Charles Mwanzia. 2016. Push-and-Pull Factors in the Politics of Tourism and Wildlife Development in Kenya: A Critical Prescriptive Approach at the Policy Realm. International Journal of Scientific Research and Innovative Technology. 3(4):1-16 ISSN:2313-3759
    10. Mumo Nzau. 2015. Theoretical Approaches to Transitional Justice and Post-Civil War Peace-building: A Thematic Survey. Amani Africa Journal.1(2):18-41 ISBN: 978-9966-025-51-7
    11. Mumo Nzau. 2015. The Terrorism, Counterterrorism and Human Rights Debate: A Critical Descriptive AppraisalAmani Africa Journal. 1(2):73-85 ISBN: 978-9966-025-51-7
    12. Mumo Nzau and Charles Mwanzia. 2014. Diplomatic Maneuver and Kenya’s Military Campaign in Somalia. Amani Africa Journal. Vol. 1 (1): pp. 1-9 ISBN: 978-9966-025-51-7. 
    13. Nzau M. and King’oro S. (2013) The 2010 Constitution and Electoral Governance in Kenya: Prospects for the Prevention of Electoral Violence Journal of Social Sciences, Education and Humanities (JSSEH) Vol. 1 No. 1 pp. 63-77.
    14. Frank Matanga and Mumo Nzau “Regime Change in North Africa: Possible Implications for 21st Century Governance in Africa” in, Journal of Language, Technology and Entrepreneurship in Africa: Vol. 4. No. 1, 2013. [ISSN 1998-1279]
    15. Mumo Nzau “Environmental Diplomacy and 21st Century International Relations in Asia: Some Critical Reflections” in, International Journal of Disaster Management and Risk Reduction Vol. 4 No. 2, November 2012 ISSN 1992-2744.
    16. Paul Musili Wambua and Mumo Nzau “India’s Place in Africa’s Democratic Transformation: Sustaining the Status Quo or Spurring Democratic Change?” in Africa Quarterly- Indian Journal of African Affairs Vol. 51 No. 3-4, August 2011-January 2012:41-51. .
    17. Mumo Nzau “On Political Leadership and Development in Africa: A Case Study of Kenya”, in the Kenya Studies Review. Vol. 3, No.3, December 2011:87-111.
    18. Mumo Nzau “Counter-Terrorism in the Greater Horn of Africa 2004-2010: Revisiting the Somalia Question”, in Journal of Language, Technology and Entrepreneurship in Africa (Vol. 2. No. 2, 2010): 163-177 ISSN 1998-1279.
    19. Mumo Nzau “Africa’s Industrialization Debate: A Critical Analysis”, in Journal of Language, Technology and Entrepreneurship in Africa Vol. 2. No. 1, 2010. [ISSN 1998-1279]
    20. Mumo Nzau “Inter-African Diplomacy and the Crises of the Post Cold War Period” in East African Journal of Humanities and Sciences Vol. 7, No.2, 2007.
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