Moses Onyango holds a Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree in International Relations from the United States International University – Africa (USIU-A), a Master of Arts (MA) degree in International Studies from Rhodes University, Grahamstown, South Africa and a Post-graduate certificate in academic practice (PCAP)from York St. John University, UK. Moses has contributed to “The post cold war Zimbabwe’s foreign policy and foreign policy making process”; “In breach of social contract: the Sudanese civil war”; “Africans have to change their attitudes for MDGs to work”; “Success and lessons from mediation in the Horn of Africa”.
Moses has been teaching and conducting research at USIU-A for the past nine years. Moses was the International Relations programme Coordinator at USIU from 2007-2011. Moses is the immediate Director of the first Institute for Public Policy and International Affairs (IPPIA) in USIU; Moses has taught several International Relations courses including International Relations theories, International Organization, Comparative Political Systems, Regional conflicts in Africa, Research methods among others. He is a recipient of the Andrew Mellon Scholarship, A member of the Association of Third World Studies and a Fellow of Higher Education Academy (FHEA), UK.
- Terrorism and violent extremism
- War, security and development
- Regional Organizations and conflicts
- The Horn of Africa