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The travails of democratisation in Cameroon


Nurturing Cameroon's fledgling democracy is proving a herculean task against the backdrop of disintegrative forces: a flawed electoral process, ethnicity, identity consciousness, clientelism, endemic corruption, regionalism and neopatrimonialism inherent in the State apparatus. The undercurrents on the interface of statehood in Cameroon's democratization…

Exploring the politics of identity and ethnicity in state reconstruction in Cameroon


The Cameroon nation thrives on a dicey patchwork of national unity and integration that have become nebulous concepts. Though traceable to the Ahidjo era and adopted by the Biya regime, ethnic jingoism became rife with the re-introduction of multiparty politics in the 1990s.…
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