Foreign relations of Kenya

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Politics and government of
Kenya

Kenya maintains a neutral profile in global politics. It has excellent relations with China, India, Russia and Brazil. Its relations with Western countries are generally friendly, although current political and economic instabilities are often blamed on Western activities (e.g. colonialism, paternalistic engagement and post-colonial resource exploitation).

Kenya has maintained good relations with its northern neighbours - despite internal tensions in Sudan and Ethiopia. Recent relations with Uganda and Tanzania have improved greatly as the three countries work for mutual economic benefit.

Kenya serves as a major host for refugees from Somalia and Sudan and currently has troops in three United Nations peacekeeping operations.

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