Bob Kabamba is a Professor of political science at the University of Liège (ULg) and Director of the “Political Science support unit in Central Africa” (CAPAC) ULg. Mr. Bob Kabamba teaches at the ULg and is a visiting professor at several universities in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. His area of research is based upon the concept of states, fragile fledgling states, the process of democratization, development policies, regional integration, federalism, diaspora, conflict prevention and management of conflicts, in addition to the electoral systems and processes of decentralisation in countries in transition or post-conflict, as well as relations in Africa and in the Great Lake Regions.
Bob Kabamba is also a consultant for several Belgian and international organizations including Belgian Technical Cooperation (BTC), the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the International Court of Justice (ICJ), the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), and others. Bob Kabamba is the author of several publications including “Cadastre of Infrastructure: Issues and Recommendations“, “Provinces of North and South Kivu” (2010) “The Congolese Reconstruction” (2009), “Africa’s Great Lakes: Myths and Realities” (2008),”The Dynamics of Africa’s Great Lakes” (2008), “Wars in the Congo” (1996-1999), “Actors and Scenarios” (2000), “The Challenging Politics of Rwandan Hutu Refugees in 1994 in Zaire” (1995).