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35 Years in Power: Democratic Dividend or Decoy of Bellycracy?
35 Years in Power: Democratic Dividend or Decoy of Bellycracy?
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Monday, 06 November 2017
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35 Years in Power: Democratic Dividend or Decoy of Bellycracy?

Since November 6th, 1982, Cameroon has been ruled by one President. Today, November 6th 2017, marks 35 years since Paul Biya became Cameroon’s second President. As you’d expect, there are those who see in Paul Biya a man whose special qualities it might take...

Constitutional Manipulation and the re-election of Paul Kagame In Rwanda
Constitutional Manipulation and the re-election of Paul Kagame In Rwanda
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Sunday, 20 August 2017
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Constitutional Manipulation and the re-election of Paul Kagame In Rwanda

Rwanda stands as a good example of the famous adage that “the heart of man is desperately wicked”. The country has witnessed one the greatest genocide in the history of humanity and the greatest in Africa. Paul Kagame is often regarded as the hero who...

Survey on Governance In Cameroon
Survey on Governance In Cameroon
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Tuesday, 15 August 2017
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Survey on Governance In Cameroon

BACKGROUND Following the onset, in October 2016, of the current crisis in the English-speaking regions of Cameroon, there emerged, in the progressive movement, two governance schools of thought. Highly popular from the beginning are those Cameroonians who held...

Call for Articles
Call for Articles
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Friday, 21 July 2017
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Call for Articles

  SECURE is online blog and magazine expounds on the pressing security issues facing Africa and its Youth which ultimately culminates into a platform where these are discussed and alternative solutions formulated. Our target audience is the youth whom we believe...

Today’s Challenges To Human Rights In Africa
Today’s Challenges To Human Rights In Africa
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Wednesday, 19 July 2017
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Today’s Challenges To Human Rights In Africa

The renown American Human Rights author Michael Ignatieff, noted that much of the debate surrounding the concept of human rights took root in, what he calls, the “juridical revolution” which he argues is comprised of key treaties and charters. This all began with...

Macron Is Officially French President: Should Francophone Africa care?
Macron Is Officially French President: Should Francophone Africa care?
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Thursday, 18 May 2017
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Macron Is Officially French President: Should Francophone Africa care?

Today, May 14th, 2017, Emmanuel Macron ascended the red carpet at the Elysee Palace and has been given the codes to launch France’s nuclear weapons. Marking the end of the ceremony was a 21-gun salute echoing from the Invalides military hospital. In effect, the 39...

Letter To Political Entrepreneurs In Africa: (What Recent Elections Have Taught Us)
Letter To Political Entrepreneurs In Africa: (What Recent Elections Have Taught Us)
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Monday, 15 May 2017
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Letter To Political Entrepreneurs In Africa: (What Recent Elections Have Taught Us)

Dear Political Entrepreneur, It is with pleasure that I write to you this day, hoping this letter reaches you in perfect health and supreme wealth. For it is my conviction that when you have health and wealth as a political entrepreneur the one other important...

Letter to Mo Ibrahim From Cameroon with Love.
Letter to Mo Ibrahim From Cameroon with Love.
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Tuesday, 25 April 2017
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Letter to Mo Ibrahim From Cameroon with Love.

  YUH ACHO Yaoundé, CAMEROON Mobile: 662319802/650834403 Email:achosony2312@gmail.com   THE FOUNDER AND CHAIR THE MO IBRAHIM FOUNDATION   SUBJECT: THE IBRAHIM PRIZE FOR AFRICAN LEADERSHIP  FROM 2007 – 2017, A DECADE WITH JUST FOUR...

Five Words Making Headlines In The Security Sphere You Need To Know This April
Five Words Making Headlines In The Security Sphere You Need To Know This April
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Tuesday, 18 April 2017
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Five Words Making Headlines In The Security Sphere You Need To Know This April

  The year thus far has been heated, leaders across the globe have been rather careless with their words and a definite rise in the nationalism and the need to identify with one’s own. Social media’s role has taken a new bold stance in international...

Gender And Politics: A case study of Kenya
Gender And Politics: A case study of Kenya
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Friday, 10 March 2017
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Gender And Politics: A case study of Kenya

Ever so often the world reviews the gender dynamics in different aspects of society. Our in-house expert on political affairs has then been analyzing these dynamics especially in Kenya as it draws near to elections.   Summary: Numerous advances have been made...