A recap of my Master’s degree journey

By Achieng’ Okello Beyond choosing when and where to do my Master’s Degree, I must admit that doing a Master’s is not an easy undertaking. My fervency for international relations specifically international law practice and strategy and its linkage to foreign policy was crucial in my topic choice. I settled on the topic: “The foreign […]
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Maureen Cherongis: Reflections of my masters research journey

By Maureen Cherongis The moment I stepped at the United States International University – Africa (USIU-A) to pursue Masters in International Relations, I had a clear and resolute vision of the specific trajectory my research would follow. My research journey has been shaped by a deep desire to challenge dominant narratives that perpetuate colonial legacies […]
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Reflecting on my international relations research journey

By Peter Odhiambo The decision to pursue an MA in International Relations (IR) stemmed from my interest to expand my perspective on the international system beyond my background in security operations. Over the course of the two-and-a-half-year program starting from June 2021 to August 2023, I found that every moment invested was profoundly rewarding. The […]
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