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The World’s Major Powers Must Not Ignore Cameroon’s Anglophone Crisis

History professor Julius Amin writes about Cameroon's Anglophone crisis in his latest article for The Conversation, a global network of newsrooms "committed to information transparency and credibility."

Amin writes:

"Lip service is not enough. It’s time for these major powers to act. Great nation status comes with great responsibilities, and particularly in an interconnected global environment there must be a moral imperative in the conduct of foreign policy. These powers must also recognise that Cameroon’s ongoing crisis threatens the wider West African region’s long and short term stability."

Read the full article online here.


News and Communications Staff