The longue duree of the conflict in the Southern Cameroons, the rise of the current Ambazonian movement, as well as the dismal prospects for conflict resolution.
For philosophy to be relevant in Africa, it must democratize and address contemporary social problems.
Cameroonian economist Joseph Tchundjang Pouemi died in 1984, either poisoned or by suicide. His ideas about the international monetary system and the CFA franc are worth revisiting.
Africans' lack of knowledge about our own shared refugee experiences continues to fuel hate and discrimination on the continent.