Vanishing Line: How can a Kenyan Road Unfurl Toward the Future When it Can’t Seem to Escape the Past?

In this piece, published in Guernica Magazine, CRC-TRR Future Rural Africa researcher Theo Aalders (Project C03 Green Futures) and journalist April Zhu reflect on the development of the Lamu Port–South Sudan–Ethiopia Transport Corridor (LAPSSET), its implications for the region and how a Kenyan road unfurls toward the future.

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