Cameroon is a West African nation embroiled in a civil war between its Anglophone and Francophone populations. What led to this civil war? How can it be resolved? Doug Becker explores the causes of the war and the prospects for resolution with Patricia Asongwe and Laura Anyola Tufon.

Patricia Asongwe is a Visiting Lecturer at the National School of Administration and Magistracy in Cameroon.

Laura Anyola Tufon is a Consultant Expert to Conflict Sensitivity for Catholic Relief Services. She is a founding member of the Network of Civil Peace Service in Cameroon.



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