Tag Archives: Cameroon

Mugabe Out: Cameroon’s Leader is Now Africa’s Second-Longest Ruling

Cameroon’s Paul Biya now takes the place of Zimbabwe’s Mugabe as Africa’s second-longest ruling leader.

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In Chile, Dissent Has a Woman’s Face

How has a 23-year-old woman posed a serious challenge to Chile’s government?

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Women’s Equality Is the Best Way to Reduce World Hunger

How can sustained efforts on behalf of women's rights help alleviate the world's hunger problem?

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A (Very) Brief History of Corruption

What trends in the prevalence of corruption has the world experienced in recent years?

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Food For Thought

How could the United States improve its image in the Middle East in the wake of the global food crisis?

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Cameroon: The Shackled Continent

What are the consequences of Africa’s deficient infrastructure?

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