Science Under Siege
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The Cairo Review of Global Affairs
Political unrest after a disputed presidential election in Kenya left some eleven hundred people dead and three hundred thousand other homeless. But the turmoil also inflicted damage on the country’s knowledge system—the universities and research institutes that generate economic progress and are a key to strengthening democracy against ethnic-based politics.
(2012). Science Under Siege. The Cairo Review of Global Affairs,
"Science Under Siege." The Cairo Review of Global Affairs, no. 5, 2012,