Name: Tutor: Course: Date: Role of United Nations in fostering stable political system in Kenya 2017 Background and Purpose of the Study The main aim of the United Nations getting involved in Kenyan political stabilization is to ensure that there is peace when it comes to conducting elections and life after that by monitoring the country’s political temperatures and possible threats to peaceful existence. They act as mediators and hallmarks of peace to help in resolving conflicts in Kenya and also implementation of the peace accords (Cheeseman and Christina 2017). Peaceful ways of handling international disputes is encouraged among states such as arbitration conciliation mediation making ally negotiations and other peaceful methods working in conjunction with authorities at different levels (Baylis Patricia and Steve 2017). Accountability and transparency is equally important in striving to enhance peace among people of different tribes as tribal conflicts are a common problem experienced Contemporary African Studies (2017): 1-15. Önnudóttir Eva H. Hermann Schmitt and Ólafur Þ. Harðarson. "Critical Election in the Wake of an Economic and Political Crisis: Realignment of Icelandic Party Voters?." Scandinavian Political Studies 40.2 (2017): 157-181. Putnik Nenad and Mladen Milošević. "Trends in Peace Research." Handbook of Research on Examining Global Peacemaking in the Digital Age (2017): 1. Sandler Todd. "International Peacekeeping Operations: Burden Sharing and Effectiveness." Journal of Conflict Resolution (2017): 0022002717708601. Scherzinger Gregor and Monika Bobbert. "Evaluation of Research Ethics Committees: Criteria for the Ethical Quality of the Review Process." Accountability in research 24.3 (2017): 152-176. Sjögren Anders Onyango Oloo and Shailja Patel. "State Civil Society and Democracy in Kenya: Kenyans for Peace with Truth and Justice (KPTJ) and the Political Crisis of 2007–2008." Democracy Constitutionalism and Politics in Africa. Palgrave Macmillan New York 2017. 265-295. Wondemagegnehu Dawit Yohannes and Daniel Gebreegziabher Kebede. "AMISOM: charting a new course for African Union peace missions." African Security Review 26.2 (2017): 199-219. [...]
Research Proposal (35 points) The assignment consists in the drafting of a research proposal. Research proposals should be maximum 10 pages long (12pt font, double spaced, 1 inch margins). The topic and research question(s) for the research proposal should be related to the theme of politics, broadly understood; If you have doubts about the appropriateness of the topic and research questions selected, please contact the instructor Topic is writer's choice but must be approved by me. Outline posted must be strictly followed. 10-12 academic peer-reviewed sources must be used - minimum 6 of them used in the literature review. Message me for further questions.