Universal Claims and Selective Memory: A Comparative Perspective on the Culture of Opposition in Kenya Marie-Emmanuelle Pommerolle

Auteur: 

Marie-Emmanuelle Pommerolle

Date de publication: 

27 Novembre 2017

Publié ici : 

28 Novembre 2017

Mots-clefs: 

  • human-rights activism
  • Kenya
  • Cameroon
  • Ideologies
  • opposition

Domaines: 

  • Sciences politiques

Langue de publication: 

  • Anglais

Zone géographique: 

  • Afrique

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