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CSPAN
Feb 6, 2016 11:00pm EST
kenyan politicians in closing it? >> david, george washington university. i have two questions. first is al shabab. the kenyan government is rather paranoid infiltration, now that may be exaggerated but i am interested to know your opinion as to how effective al shabaab has penetrated, if there are al shabaab in the camps and kenyans and the second question, i'm a rather skeptical about the viability of opening up al shabaab to the wider region and free economic enterprise. it strike me and it's such isolated part of kenya that the environmental that would result would potentially be catastrophic within a short period of time you would actually foresee demographic problems if you were to do that. it survives as an isolated bubble because it's supplied from outside, but in the wider politically of north eastern kenya and in the -- the wide ecosystem, it's not sustainable and 350 or 450,000 people being absorbed into the political economy of north eastern kenya, i see as an absolute nonstarter. and so you can see the concerns of the kenyan government about that kind of strategy.
CSPAN
Mar 29, 2016 10:18pm EDT
and then to close that? >>. >> in with george washington university the kenyan government is rather paranoid. about the infiltration of all shibani. now that may be an exaggeration but i am interested to know your opinion to know how it has penetrated as an operative teammate exaggerate the security. it is totally non existent. i am rather skeptical to the wider region with a free economic enterprise. it is a generic part of kenya is the degradation would result that could be catastrophic in a short period of time with the major demographic environment if he were to do that. because is supplied from outside but from northeastern kenya with though why it ecosystem is not sustainable 450,000 people to be into the political economy i feel it is the non starter sid you can see the concerns of the kenyan government about that kind of strategy probably sensibly to preserve it so i am interested in your opposition. >> says he articulated it talks about closing the degradation and the security threat. and to connect those two questions that is present in the camp but my experience on the ma
CSPAN
Feb 7, 2016 7:15pm EST
own with an ecosystem around it. what is the interest of the kenya enclosing it? >> on from george washington university. two questions, first it i'll show bob, the kenyan government is rather paranoid about the infiltration. that may be exaggeration but i am interested to know your opinion as to how effective he has penetrated and if their operatives in the can't. i can't conceive that it is nonexistent. then the second question i'm rather skeptical about the viability of opening up all show bob to the wider region, it is in such an isolated and area parts of kenya that the bimodal degradation that that would result could be catastrophic. that within a short period of time you would actually see major demographic and environmental problems. it survived as an isolated bubble because it said plied from our times. the wider political economy of northeastern kenya and the wide echo system, it's not sustainable in the the force of 350 or 450,000 people being absorbed into the political economy of northeastern kenya ics and nonstarter. so you can see the kenyan government about that kin
CSPAN
Mar 6, 2016 6:30pm EST
kenyan politicians in closing it? >> okay. >> david, george washington university. i have two questions, first is alshbab, the kenyan government is rather paranoid infiltration out of the dob, now that may be exaggerated but i am interested in your opinion as to how effective alshbab has penetrated but i can't conceive that it's totally nonexistent? >> yeah, the second question is i know rather skeptical about the viability of opening up alshbab to the wider region, free economic enterprise and it strikes me such isolated the environmental, you were actually of major demographic and environmental problems if you were to do that. but in the wider political north eastern kenya and the wide ecosystem, it's not sustainable and 350, 150,000 people being absorbed into the political economy of north eastern kenya, i see as an absolute nonstarter, it strikes me as totally inconceivable and you can see the concerns of the kenyan government about that kind of strategy. it's imperative for the kenyans, i think, probably sensibly to try and preserve it as an isolated -- i will be interest
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