Dr Steve TAMETONG

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Steve TAMETONG is a Fellow in Democracy and Good Governance at the Nkafu Policy Institute. He holds a Ph.D. in Public Law from Dschang University. He also holds a Ph.D. in Governance and Regional Integration from the Institute of Governance, Humanities and Social Sciences of the Pan-African University (African Union).

Ceasefire Between Israel And Hamas: Is There Hope For Sustainable Peace?

By |2021-09-01T07:23:32+00:00August 30th, 2021|Categories: Peace & Security, Publications|Tags: , , |

The Israeli–Palestinian conflict is one of the world’s longest, most complex, and enduring conflicts, with the Israeli occupation of the West Bank and the Gaza Strip for more than half a century.

Testing The Financial Decentralization of Local Governments Against The Principle of A Unified Treasury In Cameroon

By |2021-08-26T15:46:58+00:00July 26th, 2021|Categories: Governance & Democracy Initiative, Publications|Tags: , , |

Given the current challenges of decentralization in Cameroon, the question arises as to whether the unity of the treasury is compatible with the financial decentralization of decentralized local authorities.

Is Cameroon a Police State? All About The Use of Administrative Custody

By |2021-08-26T15:48:32+00:00July 26th, 2021|Categories: Governance & Democracy Initiative, Publications|Tags: , , |

At a time when most democratic systems are implementing a legal and institutional framework favorable to the rule of law and the development of fundamental rights and freedoms, it is not without interest to question the appropriateness of maintaining administrative custody in Cameroonian positive law, especially in normal times.

The National FDI Observatories, A Bulwark Against The Imbalance Effects of Chinese FDI In Africa?

By |2021-08-26T14:09:04+00:00July 26th, 2021|Categories: Governance & Democracy Initiative, Publications|Tags: , , |

Despite the entry of the Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC)4 into Standard Bank of South Africa in 2008, which increased Chinese FDI in Africa, it can be seen from Figure 1 that since 2011, Chinese FDI in Africa has declined.

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