The United States on Tuesday, November 19 called for a “real dialogue” and a “transfer of power” to the English-speaking regions of Cameroon, saying the government’s preferred military response only strengthened the separatists. Three weeks after the announcement that Cameroon will no longer be “eligible” for US preferential trade treatment, US State Department High Representative…
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