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Scorched Earth Policy in the Anglophone Conflict in Cameroon: A Crime Against Humanity

Conflict is inevitable and armed conflict is optional. When the option of armed conflict (war) to settle disputes is preferred, the repercussions are enormous,...

The Accra Initiative and the Fight Against Terrorism In West Africa

The security crisis in the Sahel doesn’t go unnoticed for the countries of the Gulf of Guinea. Indeed, the jihadist threat is no longer...

Implications of Armed Conflict on Healthcare Interventions in Cameroon

Even though conflict is inevitable, armed conflict is very optional. It is essential to avoid or prevent them because the consequences of armed conflicts...
The Political Situation in Sudan

Emerging from Military Coups in Africa: The Political Situation in Sudan

Introduction The resurgence of military coups on the African continent and the new engineering of the 'coup d'état to the transition,' the 'double coup d'état'...
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.

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...

G5 Sahel Summit: What Should We Learn From It?

In the span of a year, the G5 Sahel would have suffered deep tremors. Between the double coup d'État in Mali, the assassination of...

Conflict In Ethiopia: Where Do We Go From Here?

In the contemporary era, the great majority of the world’s political systems have undergone one form of internal warfare leading to the violent collapse...

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Electoral Democracy in Capo Verde

Electoral Democracy in Africa: lessons from Malawi and Cabo Verde

As a result of Malawi's presidential election of June 23, 2020, opposition leader Lazarus Chakwera was declared the winner over incumbent President Peter Mutharika....
Migration Policy

Covid-19 and Franco-African Migration Policy

Sixty years after decolonization, France remains influential in its relations with Africa. Indeed, it has been able to maintain cooperation in French-speaking Africa and...
Military Coup in Burkina Faso

Understanding the Military Coup in Burkina Faso

After Chad, Mali and Guinea, Burkina Faso has now joined the list of countries hit by a military coup in the last two years...
French Foreign Policy in Africa

France-Africa: When the “National Interest” reinvents French Foreign Policy in Africa

Introduction  From the official refusal to approve the coup d'état in Mali by suspending its joint military operations with Bamako on June 3, 2021, to...
Russian forces in mali

Mali: Between the Withdrawal of French Forces and Russian Requests

Since the May 24, 2021, attack by Colonel Assimi Goïta against the first transitional president Bah N'Daou and his Prime Minister Moctar Ouane, the...
Urban Planning and Development

Urban Communities and City Governance in French Africa

Since the 2000s, Africa has experienced accelerated urban growth. Because of this growth, a diversity of public and private actors and institutions are involved...