To understand the dynamics at play in the country's recent election, one needs to review the historical record and analyze the context in which Paul Biya's leadership emerged, write Jeanne Elone and Olivia Tchamba.
A Foregone Conclusion – Cameroon's Presidential Election
allAfrica, 31 October 2018
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voting in Cameroon (file photo).
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