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About Bertha Kadenyi Amisi

Bertha K. Amisi is an independent researcher and doctoral candidate in political science at the Maxwell School of Citizenship, Syracuse University. Her research interests focus on state-society relations in situations of violent political conflict and peace-building processes in Africa. She has taught at the Syracuse University and is a part-time lecturer at the New School Graduate Program in International Affairs in New York City.

Articles by Bertha Kadenyi Amisi

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African leadership and the avoidance of responsibility

The failure of African leaders to implement national plans and mechanisms in time to prevent drought from leading to famine, is morally repugnant and painful beyond words, says Bertha Amisi

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