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When We Watch Others Die

By Clovis Atatah In Vienna, Austria Last week, some sub-Saharan African delegations present at the G8 Summit in Deauville, France, left disappointed because this time around their part of the world was not the focus of the aid attention of the richest countries on the globe. G8 powers were more concerned about the Middle East, where ongoing political upheavals ...Full Article

Champions Of Progress

By Azore Opio Can any ruler ever escape the verdict of time and history? Every man, and sometimes woman, who sits on the presidential chair or royal throne or ...Full Article

SDF’s “No Elections” Decision – The Logic, The Realities

By Peterkins Manyong The idea of an opposition in any democratic set-up is based on the logic that the eye cannot see itself, except by reflection. This simply means ...Full Article

That CERAC Racket Safari Trip

By Bouddih Adams CERAC is a French acronym for Cercle des Amis du Cameroun, loosely translated as Circle of Friends of Cameroon. The friends of Cameroon happen to be ...Full Article

Strauss-Kahn And Cameroon’s Own Rutting Chimpanzees

By Clovis Atatah In Vienna, Austria About a week ago, millions of Europeans were jolted by the shocking news of the arrest in New York of prominent French Socialist ...Full Article

May 20, 1972 – May 20, 2011: A Tottering Union Of Unequals

By Francis Wache At the beginning, it was expected to be an experience in blending two colonial legacies: the French in La Republique du Cameroun and the English in ...Full Article

May 20, When Slaves Hail Their Captivity Day

By Peterkins Manyong President Paul Biya is an exceptionally lucky man. Just like his "illustrious" predecessor, Amadou Ahidjo, he is ruling a country where people celebrate everything. They don’t ...Full Article

Why Campaigns For Biya Don’t Add Up

By Azore Opio Frankly speaking, it is not my intention to hurt any feelings, but after thought, deep reflection, discussion, and prayer, I came to the decision to separate ...Full Article

Why Campaigns For Biya Don’t Add Up

By Azore Opio Frankly speaking, it is not my intention to hurt any feelings, but after thought, deep reflection, discussion, and prayer, I came to the decision to separate ...Full Article

The Gamble Fru Ndi Could Take

By Clovis Atatah in Vienna Around this time seven years ago, a group of Cameroon’s opposition parties under the canopy of the National Coalition for Reconciliation and Reconstruction (NCRR) ...Full Article
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