A roundtable discussion examining the current state of Kenyan politics, twenty years after it changed to a multi-party state.
The change to multi-partyism in Kenya in the early 1990s brought with it the hope of significant developments for the East African country. This roundtable discussion examines, through presentations by scholars, a former Kenyan official, a journalist, and Great Britain's former ambassador to Kenya, what changes multi-partyism has had on Kenya. The panel includes (in order of presentation): Gabrielle Lynch, Leigh Gardner, Lillian Cherotich, Sir Edward Clay, Michela Wrong, and John Githongo. The round-table is moderated by David Anderson. [African Studies Centre, Oxford. http://www.africanstudies.ox.ac.uk]