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