Why the US Holocaust Museum’s Genocide Prevention Center is Concerned About Cameroon
A neglected crisis is getting worse. New research suggests a way out.
By Tallan Donine, Simon-Skjodt Center for the Prevention of Genocide
The crisis in Cameroon’s Anglophone North West and South West regions is deteriorating with few signs of abating.
The origins of the crisis are rooted in a history of colonization and long-standing grievances among Anglophone citizens in the predominantly Francophone country. In 2016, …