Dr Moses Khisa is Assistant Professor of Political Science in the School of Public & International Affairs at North Carolina State University. He attended Makerere University, Kampala, for a BA in Political Science & Philosophy and MA in Human Rights. He was a pre-doctoral student at the Centre for Studies in Social Sciences, Calcutta-India before joining Northwestern University for a Master’s and PhD in Political Science. His research and teaching interests include the political economy of development, politics of institutional change, civil-military relations, among others.
Dr. Alphonse Muleefu is a Senior Lecturer – UR School of Law and author of The Independence of the International Criminal Court: Between a Rock and a Hard Place (Intersentia, 2019). He is a Rwandan national.
Ndayisaba Gateka is a Burundian independent analyst on religion and its impact on culture in Africa. He works in the healthcare sector.
Laxton Tafirenyika Dube is a Zimbabwean researcher cum development practitioner with fifteen years of experience working in the civil society, private sector and academia. His research interests include media, democracy, development and foreign policy. He is an ardent follower of international relations keen on exploring contemporary issues from a Pan-African lense.