Author Archives: Thijs Van Laer

Discussions about UNAMID must Prioritise Protection

TweetIs UNAMID next on the UN peacekeeping chopping block? It seems likely, as years of advocacy by the Government of Sudan and the current US administration’s eagerness to cut UN peacekeeping costs seem to come together. But many civilians continue … Continue reading

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Why We Shouldn’t Ignore What’s Happening in Cameroon

TweetWhen Cameroon’s President Paul Biya decided to switch the internet in Cameroon’s anglophone provinces back on in April after three months, it might have looked like the crisis that had paralysed those parts of the country since the end of … Continue reading

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