Dr Nicodemus Minde is a Senior Lecturer, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (International Relations Department) – Catholic University of Eastern Africa. He is also an adjuct faculty at the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at the United States International University – Africa. He has a PhD in in International Relations. He has done research in areas around African International Relations, foreign policy, peace and conflict in the Horn of Africa region, China-Africa relations (Tanzania) and political parties and democratization in Africa.
A social science academic researcher and analyst with experience in conducting research and analysis in the field of International Relations, Political Parties, Democracy and Development Consultancy.
- Research Interest (s): Political Party Systems and democratization; Foreign Policy (African states); Popular culture; Culture and Politics; Memory Studies.
- Program Area(s): Foreign Policy and Diplomacy.
- Regional Specialization(s): Africa; China; East Africa; Great Lakes Region.
- Country(s) Specialization: Tanzania; China; Zanzibar; Kenya; South Sudan.
- Subfield Specialties: Comparative Political Systems; Party Politics.