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Dr Edward Mogire

Research Fellow in International Conflict, School of Social Sciences, Kingston University, London


BA, MA, PhD (University of Bradford)
Research Fellow in International Conflict, School of Social Sciences, Kingston University, London
Formerly: Lecturer, Moi University, Eldoret, Kenya; Tutorial Fellow, Dept of Peace Studies, Bradford University
Areas: International security and conflict resolution; human rights and armed conflict
Research: Refugee issues, forced migration; security, small arms and light weapons proliferation; conflict and mass violence
Regions: Sub-Saharan Africa
Publications: ‘Balancing Between Israel and the Arabs: An Analysis of Kenya’s Middle East Relations’ in Round Table, vol. 97 Issue 397 August 2008. ‘Preventing or abetting: refugee militarization in Tanzania’ and with Robert Muggah ‘Arms availability and refugee militarization in Africa- conceptualising the issues’ in No Refuge: The Crisis of Refugee Militarization in Africa Robert Muggah ed..London: Zed Books, 2006. ‘Rethinking Tanzania’s refugee policy: The role of foreign policy and security in refugee policy behaviour and formulation.’ Journal of African Political Science, volume 10 Number 2 December 2005. ‘The Humanitarian impact of small arms and light weapons and the threat to security’ in Paul Fogelberg, Changing Threats to Global Security: Peace or Turmoil.(Helsinki: Finish Academy of Sciences and Letters, 2004. ‘Refugees as a Security Threat: Portraying Victims as Perpetrators?’ in Conversion Survey 2004, Global Disarmament, Demilitarization and Demobilization (Nomos Verlagsgesellschafte Baden-Baden, 2004. ‘The State and internal political conflicts in Africa: the case of Kenya’ in P. Godfrey Okoth & Bethwell A. Ogot (eds.) Conflict in contemporary Africa, Nairobi: Jomo Kenyatta Foundation, 2000

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