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Dr Steve Tametong

Steve TAMETONG est Fellow en démocratie et Bonne Gouvernance au Nkafu Policy Institute . Il est titulaire d’un Ph.D en Droit public de l’Université de Dschang et également titulaire d’un Ph.D en Gouvernance et intégration régionale de l’Institut de gouvernance, des sciences humaines et sociales de l’Université Panafricaine (Union africaine)
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The military coup in Guinea

Are Sanctions an Effective Remedy for Guinea’s Recent Coup?

The military coup in Guinea stands in stark contrast to the AU charter, and while ECOWAS and the AU have refrained from imposing sanctions, there is the legal and moral justification for such an outcome.
Decentralization Process in Cameroon

The Challenge of the Decentralization Process in Cameroon

At the current stage of decentralization, the resurgence of ethicized identity and community tensions is a reality.

Reconciling the Imperatives of Security and the Defense of Democracy: What Is Possible?

Introduction Everyday violence is a concern for rulers and ruled across the world. Preventing violence regularly leads to interference in the democratic processes. Between...

Toward A Democratic Exception in the Context of Terrorism

Introduction The democratization process in sub-Saharan Africa has been plagued by multifaceted and complex challenges since the 1990s. Indeed, there is a great diversity of...

Democratic Shakiness and Security Crisis In the North-West and South-West Cameroon

Introduction Since October 2017, Cameroon’s Anglophone regions have been experiencing a chaotic security shift. The insecurity at work is the result of the domestic...

Assessing the Growing Impact of Extremism in Africa

The growing spread and disparaging significances of violent extremism are among the foremost challenges to peace and security faced in the world today. Violent...