Atlantic Chronicles

The Major National Dialogue: One Year Later

One year after the Grand National Dialogue, it is difficult to blame those who believe that the glass that was half-full is now emptying. It is worth recalling, so that no one ignores it, that the organisation of the GDN was dictated by the crisis in the two regions of the North-West and the South-West and that it was about putting together a series of recommendations that could bring peace to these parts of our national territory. One year later, can we say that the goal has been achieved?

Transforming Hospitals Into Battlefields

By Isidore Abah (Originally published in The Post Newspaper, Cameroon) (Buea-Cameroon) There are no safe havens in the Northwest and Southwest Regions since the escalation of the armed conflict in […]

And They Lied Again!

By Isidore Abah, (Originally published in The Post Newspaper, Cameroon.) Beware of Cameroon’s prophets of mendacity; they are leading our beloved country, not to the land of promise and land […]

Time For Cameroon To Revert To Monopartism?

By Isidore Abah, (Originally published by The Post Newspaper, Cameroon.) (Buea-Cameroon) Apologists of the New Deal Government have always prided Cameroon as an Advanced Democracy and a model for other […]