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Ethnocentrism and National Elections in Uganda
(Uganda Martyrs Universityty, 2012)
The paper focuses on ethnocentrism as an active factor for national election turmoil in Uganda. The bewitchment of the military by ethnocentric virus, the subsequent coups and overthrows, to the military regimes and ...
The Implication of Ethnicity on the Formation of the East African Economic Federation: The Case of Uganda
The design of economic policies in East Africa that promote inter-ethnic cooperation remains poorly understood by the East African legislators, and the architectures of the East African Federation. This paper examines how ...
Ethnicity and the Formation of the East African Political Federation: The Case of Uganda
East Africa is a multicultural region with diverse ethnic composition, and is comprised of a number of independent states namely; Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda, Burundi, and of recent Southern Sudan and Somalia have ...