Cameroon: politics and society in critical perspectives

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University Press of America, 2003 - Political Science - 238 pages
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Pulling together a group of Cameroon experts and Africanists, this book is a critical, comprehensive assessment of post-colonial Cameroon's struggle at nation-building, governance, democracy and economic development in a multiethnic state and society in which even non-political issues (e.g., football or soccer and popular music) are politicized.

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Cameroon in Synopsis
Ahmadou Ahidjo Revisited
The Institutional Roots of the Anglophone Problem

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JEAN-GERMAIN GROS is Assistant Professor of Political Science and Public Policy Administration and a Center for International Studies Fellow at the University of Missouri-St. Louis. He is the author of numerous articles on public administration and Africa.

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