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My article on the Cameroon government's attempts to crack down on diaspora and online dissent, which appeared in Rhodes Journalism Review No. 31 of September 2011, is now available online. Click here to read or download the article (pdf).Click here for all the articles in RJR, no. 31.
Posted on November 18, 2011 at 09:32 PM in Blogosphere, Cameroon Politics | Permalink
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"An attack so exaggerated and perverse that a child should have been able to see through it, and yet plausible enough to fill one with
alarmed feeling that other people, less level-headed than oneself, might be taken by it." (George Orwell (19. Nineteen Eighty Four)
November 19, 2011 at 03:45 PM
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