Cameroon Civil WarDW News

The Civ­il War in Cameroon, long pre­dict­ed by experts, con­tin­ues into its sev­enth year, and with­out an end in sight. The Paul Biya admin­is­tra­tion has made lit­tle effort in attempt­ing to resolve the issue. Mean­while, Cameroon­ian anglo­phone groups, most of them sta­tioned abroad, espe­cial­ly in the US, have made lit­tle head­way in their attempts to secede from the fran­coph­o­ne-dom­i­nat­ed coun­try. What lit­tle efforts remain toward a durable peace are in the hands of the gov­ern­ment, sep­a­ratist groups, and a few cen­trist groups that pre­fer dia­logue and mediation. 

Here are some of the Arti­cles from Africa News Mat­ters and Africa Agen­da about the con­flict in Cameroon. 


Feb­ru­ary 20, 2017

Cameroo­ni­ans in Col­orado Ral­ly Against Pres­i­dent Paul Biya


March 2, 2017

Cameroon Dias­po­ra Protest Human Rights Abus­es at Home


Jan­u­ary 22, 2017

Civ­il Con­flict in Cameroon Immi­nent, Experts Warn


Jan­u­ary 20, 2022

Experts Warn of Civ­il Con­flict in Cameroon


Jan­u­ary 17, 2022

Amid AFCON Vic­to­ries, Cameroon Strug­gles with a Civ­il War


June 4, 2021

Cameroon Anglo­phone Cri­sis Receives Atten­tion from CNN


Octo­ber 20, 2018

Under­stand­ing the Cameroon Anglo­phone Crisis