Calestous Juma

Harvard University

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Professor of International Development at Harvard Kennedy School of Government

Calestous Juma on KCRW

After Kenya's presidential election in 2007, claims of vote rigging led to the deaths of more than 1000 people.

Kenya Tenses as Election Results Come In

After Kenya's presidential election in 2007, claims of vote rigging led to the deaths of more than 1000 people.

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