Christopher Chumba, Pontian Godfrey Okoth, and Edmond Were, “Effectiveness of Border Surveillance Strategies in the Management of Transnational Terrorism in Kenya and Somalia,” International Journal of Political Science, 2016

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Academic article. Discusses a global shift “from diplomacy-based security to security-based diplomacy” with regard to international terrorism post-September 11th 2001. The article summarises a primary research study comparing Kenya and Somalia’s approach to border surveillance and their respective effectiveness in managing the threat of al-Shabaab.

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