Cameroon

Africa’s COVID-19 Exceptionalism? Same Problems, Different Locations

Robert L. Ostergard, Jr. • Jun 26 2020 • Articles
The virus is hitting African states head-on, but disproportionately, providing lessons for other states about pandemic response – both positive and negative.

Is the Conflict in Anglophone Cameroon an Ethnonational Conflict?

Njie Makolo Joseph • Aug 26 2019 • Articles
The crisis in Cameroon began with the unprovoked harassment of lawyers engaged in peaceful protest marches in September 2016 and ended up an enthonational conflict.

Conflicts and Crisis in the Cameroon Anglophone Region

Fonkem Achankeng I • Nov 11 2018 • Articles
In view of the flaws of the decolonization of Cameroon, will Western powers continue to turn a blind eye on the fratricidal war in the Cameroon Anglophone region? 

Lake Chad: A Climate of Fragility

Any future interventions in and around Lake Chad will have to be mindful of its particular climate-fragility and these trends that are likely to shape its future.

A Post/Decolonial Geography beyond ‘the Language of the Mouth’

Amber Murrey • Jun 24 2017 • Articles
Nurturing a political and ethical consciousness attuned to people and relationships is an approach useful for navigating the entangled histories of colonialism.

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