Book Chapters

  1. Mumo Nzau [With Morris Dzoro and Joseph Okumu]. 2019. “Effectiveness of Dialogue in the Re-Integration of Al-Shabaab Returnees in Kwale County, Kenya,” in Opongo O. Elias. Religious Extremism and Violence in Africa. Nairobi: HIPSIR: 59-88. ISBN: 978-9966-8284-9-1.
  2. Tom Adala and Mumo Nzau. 2018. “A Critical Review of State Responses to Counter-Terrorism and Violent Extremism in Kenya and the Wider Eastern Africa Region,” in Mustafa Yusuf Ali, Mumo Nzau and Hassan Khannenje. 2018. The Changing Dynamics of Terrorism and Violent Extremism: An Analysis. (Volume I). Nairobi, HORN: 224-250. ISBN: 978-9966-1962-2-4.
  3. Mumo Nzau. 2018. “Situating the Youth in the Interreligious Approach to the Prevention of Violent Extremism in Africa: An Evaluative Approach,” in Mustafa Yusuf Ali, Mumo Nzau and Hassan Khannenje. 2018. The Changing Dynamics of Terrorism and Violent Extremism: Policy and Practice. (Volume II). Nairobi, HORN: 33-60 ISBN: -9966-1962-3-1.
  4. Mustafa Yusuf Ali, Mumo Nzau and Hassan Khannenje. 2018. “Enhancing the Understanding of Terrorism and Violent Extremism” in Mustafa Yusuf Ali, Mumo Nzau and Hassan Khannenje. 2018. The Changing Dynamics of Terrorism and Violent Extremism: An Analysis. (Volume I). Nairobi, HORN: 274-283. ISBN: 978-9966-1962-2-4.
  5. Mustafa Yusuf Ali, Mumo Nzau and Hassan Khannenje. 2018. “Policy and Practice: The Way Forward,” in Mustafa Yusuf Ali, Mumo Nzau and Hassan Khannenje. 2018. The Changing Dynamics of Terrorism and Violent Extremism: Policy and Practice. (Volume II). Nairobi, HORN: 273-283 ISBN: -9966-1962-3-1.
  6. Mumo Nzau. 2018. “Armed Intervention in Somalia and Restoration of Socio-political Stability: The Case of AMISOM” in Okoth, G. Pontian, Frank K. Matanga and Kennedy Onkware. 2018. Peace, Security and Development in 21st Century Africa: Theory and Practice. Nairobi: Finesse Publishing Limited: 541-568. ISBN: 9789966715920.
  7. Mumo Nzau and Mohammed Guyo. 2018. “The Challenge of Securing Kenya: Past Experience, Present Challenges and Future Prospects” in Okoth, G. Pontian, Frank K. Matanga and Kennedy Onkware. 2018. Peace, Security and Development in 21st Century Africa: Theory and Practice. Nairobi: Finesse Publishing Limited: 569-596. ISBN: 9789966715920.
  8. Mumo Nzau and Charles Mwanzia. 2018. “Security Sector Reform as a Prerequisite for Shaping the Military Capabilities to meet Security Challenges of the 21st Century Eastern Africa” in Okoth, G. Pontian, Frank K. Matanga and Kennedy Onkware. Peace, Security and Development in 21st Century Africa: Theory and Practice. Nairobi: Finesse Publishing Limited: 351-366. ISBN: 9789966715920.
  9. Mumo, Nzau. 2017. “Uncivil Society and Ethnic Militia in African Politics” in Samuel Ojo Oloruntoba and Toyin Falola. Editors, Palgrave Handbook of African Politics, Governance and Development. New York: Palgrave Macmillan: 437-450. [Online Copy, Published October 2017] Online ISBN 978-1-349-95232-8
  10. Nzau, Mumo. 2016 “The Strategic Art of Appeasing Old Lovers While Courting New Friends: Kenya’s Foreign Relations in Retrospect” in Michael Mwenda Kithinji, Mickie Mwanzia Koster and Jerono P. Rotich. Editors, Kenya at Fifty: Reconfiguring Historical, Political and Policy Milestones. London: Palgrave Macmillan. EAN: 9781137574213; ISBN: 1137574216
  11. Mumo Nzau. 2014. “A Critical Examination of the Mombasa Republican Council (MRC)”, in Samuel Nyanchoga and Maurice Amutabi, (Eds) Contemporary Issues in Kenya History and the Challenges of Nationhood. Nairobi Franciscan Kolbe Press: 357-370
  12. Elizabeth Johannes and Mumo Nzau. 2014. “Prospects for Political and Economic Stability in the Republic of South Sudan: Redefining the role of Sudanese in the Diaspora” in The Road to the Two Sudans, (Eds) Souad T. Ali, Stephanie Beswick, Richard Lobban and Jay Spradley Cambridge UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  13. Mumo Nzau and Maurice Amutabi. 2014. “For better or worse! Constitutional Change and the Performance of Devolved Public Bureaucracies: A Critical Examination of the Kenyan Experience. Environment Power and Development in Africa. Nairobi: CUEA Press.
  14. Mary Getui and Mumo Nzau 2013. Liberation Theology, Church and Politics in Kenya: A Retrospection, in Maurice Amtabi. (Ed), Environment Power and Development in Africa. Nairobi: CUEA Press.
  15. Mumo Nzau and Florence Muia. 2013. “Church, Peace and Human Rights in East Africa: Special Focus on Post election Violence in 2007 and 2008,” in Amutabi Maurice (Ed) Education and Counseling in Schools in Africa. Nairobi: CUEA Press: ISBN978-996-015-66-2.
  16. Mumo Nzau and Maurice Amutabi. 2013. “Electoral Governance after the 2013 Elections in Kenya: Current Challenges and Future Prospects,” in Politics, Governance and Development in Africa: Retrospection of Fifty Years of Self Rule. Maurice N. Amutabi (Ed). Nairobi: CUEA Press: 4-17.
  17. Mumo Nzau and Rose Mugiira. 2013. “Beyond Independence in Southern Sudan: Dynamics of Intra-State and Inter-State Natural Resource-Based Conflicts” in Politics, Governance and Development in Africa: Retrospection of Fifty Years of Self Rule. Maurice N. Amutabi (Ed). Nairobi: CUEA Press: 143-161.
  18. Maurice Amutabi and Mumo Nzau. 2013. “Ethnicity, the Dynamics of Party Politics and Failed Democracy in Kenya: From KANU to PNU and ODM” in Politics, Governance and Development in Africa: Retrospection of Fifty Years of Self Rule. Maurice N. Amutabi (Ed). Nairobi: CUEA Press:
  19. Mumo Nzau and Charles Mwanzia. 2013. “Uneasy Democracies and the Future of Security and Stability in Africa’s Great Lakes Region: A Critical Analysis” in Politics, Governance and Development in Africa: Retrospection of Fifty Years of Self Rule. Maurice N. Amutabi (Ed). Nairobi: CUEA Press:
  20. Mumo Nzau. 2013. “Implications of ‘Kenya’s Operation Linda Nchi’ in Somalia on the Future of Peace and Security in the Greater Horn of Africa,” in Politics, Governance and Development in Africa: Retrospection of Fifty Years of Self Rule. Maurice N. Amutabi (Ed). Nairobi: CUEA Press:
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