In an analysis of Central African region published in the “Continental hot spots in 2019” series, Stake experts called for vigilance on the high risk of creating a “gray zone” in term of security on the border between Cameroon and Nigeria. Let’s look into this hypothesis in the details.
The latest release by the Ibrahim Index of African Governance (IIAG) has pointed 2017 general scores of good governance in African countries. Under the category of Safety and rule of law, the Personal Safety scores consists of six indicators (perception of personal safety, reliability of police services, absence of social unrest, absence of crime, absence of government violence against civilians, absence of human trafficking) from seven data sources which Stake experts gathered for our readers to assess the threat on personal security in African countries at a glance. Read More