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Unrest in Anglophone Regions and the Persistent Boko Haram Threat in Far North – What should the Cameroonian Government do to Restore Stability and Security?

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15 September 2017
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Unrest in Anglophone Regions and the Persistent Boko Haram Threat in Far North – What should the Cameroonian Government do to Restore Stability and Security?

This report by Other Solutions Consulting (2017)¬†outlines the urgent need to (re)open negotiations with Anglophone activists to avoid a likely escalation of violence in the southwest and northwest regions of Cameroon, and advocates for a shift in the Government’s strategy against Boko Haram in the Far North province, from a solely military approach to long-term investment in socio-economic development.

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